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‘Troy’, A Film Review by ‘BB’

Posted May 17, 2004 by

While watching “Troy”, the new movie/historical drama, I couldn’t help thinking to our current war situation. As the movie is set before the Christian era, in theory, one would like to think that since then the human mindset has evolved.
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San Francisco at a Crossroads

Posted May 17, 2004 by Randy Shaw

Six months ago, the City’s political life was at a fever pitch. Two young candidates with competing visions for the future had galvanized voters, with both pledging to chart the city on a new course. Today, those heady days seem
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SLUG’s ‘Social Injustice’

SLUG’s ‘Social Injustice’

Posted May 17, 2004 by Nancy Brunn

(Ed note: This follows our similar story last week on the problems at the San Francisco League of Urban Gardeners, which gets city money for job training of welfare recipients)Burnell Hudson is a model tenant who is always willing to
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Racism, NBA Style

Posted May 17, 2004 by The Sports Insider

During the 1980’s, the Boston Celtics won three NBA championships with a nucleus of Larry Bird, Kevin McHale, Robert Parish and Dennis Johnson. Cedric “Cornbread” Maxwell also played an important role. Bird and McHale are now Presidents of the Indiana
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Greens Gambling on Early Endorsement

Posted May 17, 2004 by Casey Mills

In the wake of Matt Gonzalez’s recent devastating withdrawal from politics, San Francisco Greens already find themselves scrambling to maintain one of the most powerful positions they’ve held since inception: Board of Supervisors representative for District 5. Their first line
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Racism, NBA-Style

Posted May 16, 2004 by The Sports Insider

During the 1980’s, the Boston Celtics won three NBA championships with a nucleus of Larry Bird, Kevin McHale, Robert Parish and Dennis Johnson. Cedric “Cornbread” Maxwell also played an important role. Bird and McHale are now Presidents of the Indiana
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After Further Review, State Budget is Even Worse

After Further Review, State Budget is Even Worse

Posted May 15, 2004 by

As details emerge about the state budget, some disturbing facts have emerged. It was bad enough that the Governor sought to balance the budget by denying prisoner’s a weekend meal; now we have learned that our tree-hugging leader has cut
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City College Choose Cars Over Education

Posted May 14, 2004 by Dave Snyder

City College held a hearing yesterday on its proposed Master Plan to guide future campus development at its Ocean Avenue Campus. Unfortunately, the Master Plan and EIR propose to use academic funds, instead of parking fee revenue, to add nearly
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