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Prozan Supports Condo-Conversion Measure

Posted March 31, 2010 by Paul Hogarth

Anyone attending last week’s District 8 Supervisor debate at the Noe Valley Democratic Club would have to say Rebecca Prozan won. Scott Wiener and Rafael Mandelman sniped at each other with predictable attacks of “moderate vs. progressive” – while Prozan
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S.F. International Film Festival 53 Preview

Posted March 31, 2010 by Peter Wong

Late April brings to the Castro Theatre, the Clay Theatre, the Sundance Kabuki, and the Pacific Film Archive the arrival of the 53rd San Francisco International Film Festival. Rather than exhaustively list every event at the upcoming festival, consider the
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On Cesar Chavez Day, Rediscover Cesar Chavez

Posted March 30, 2010 by Randy Shaw

When California in 2000 became the first of eight states to declare March 31 as Cesar Chavez Day, the goal was to connect the honor with a curriculum that would educate students about Chavez. Yet ten years later, it is
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Pay to Play? Democratic Lawmakers Selling Out Renters

Posted March 30, 2010 by Dean Preston of Tenants Together

A lot of attention in recent months has focused on the “pay to play” problem in Washington D.C., with political leaders holding health care reform hostage for months in no small part because of the campaign contributions they receive from
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Congress Moves on Homestar Program

Posted March 30, 2010 by Ryan Scholl

Last week the House Energy and Environment Subcommittee reviewed proposals to create programs that would make our homes and buildings substantially more energy efficient. Specifically, the committee held hearings on the Home Star residential retrofit program, which if passed would
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