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La Pena Presents Talented Guitarist Alfredo Muro in Concert

Posted May 6, 2004 by E. "Doc" Smith

Peruvian guitar virtuoso Alfredo Muro is an elegant interpreter whose style ranges from traditional music, Latin jazz, Spanish, classical to the intricate styles of chore, samba, bossa and Afro-Brazilian sambas. From Bach, Villa-Lobos and Barrios to Jobim, Baden Powell and
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Chronicle Owes Tenderloin An Apology

Posted May 6, 2004 by Randy Shaw

Having worked in the Tenderloin for nearly 25 years, I have become accustomed to misleading media accounts of the neighborhood. But yesterday’s front-page San Francisco Chronicle marks a new low. A neighborhood that saw rents sharply rise and crime dramatically
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La Pena Presents Talented Guitarist Alfredo Muro in Concert

Posted May 6, 2004 by E. "Doc" Smith

Peruvian guitar virtuoso Alfredo Muro is an elegant interpreter whose style ranges from traditional music, Latin jazz, Spanish, classical to the intricate styles of chore, samba, bossa and Afro-Brazilian sambas. From Bach, Villa-Lobos and Barrios to Jobim, Baden Powell and
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The Enemy Combatant Blues: Part 2

Posted May 4, 2004 by Marc Norton

So, who said that the appeals court in New York “went too far… [when] it reasoned that the President lacks authority to hold citizens as enemy combatants without express authorization from Congress. Checks and balances are undoubtedly critical, but that
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