Solving The City’s Budget Crisis

Posted April 9, 2004 by Margaret Brodkin

San Francisco’s Controller estimates that the city faces a $300 million deficit for the coming budget year. Here’s what that means: If the city continues to do business-as-usual, we will need $300 million more than we will actually have. Underlying
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Local Master Draws Former World Chess Champion

Posted April 8, 2004 by E. "Doc" Smith

Mechanics Institute Chess director and International Master John Donaldson regailed the gathering at the Mechanics Institute’s Wednesday night chess lecture series, with tales of his draw with the former World Chess Champion Anatoly Karpov, at the 3rd Annual Little Sweden
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Cool mail

Posted April 7, 2004 by Henry Norr

Just over a year ago – on March 21, 2003, to be precise – I sat down at what was then my desk at the Chronicle to bang out a column about Mailblocks, a spam-blocking e-mail service that was set
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New Voice For The City

Posted April 7, 2004 by Randy Shaw

Welcome to Beyond Chron, the Voice of the Rest. We provide coverage of political and cultural issues often distorted or ignored by the Bay Area’s largest newspaper, the San Francisco Chronicle. Beyond Chron presents a critical look at the cutting
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Don’t Miss This: Ray’s Vast Basement, April 15

Posted April 7, 2004 by Dean Preston

Featured Show: Ray’s Vast Basement, April 15, Cafe Du NordRay’s Vast Basement is more than just a band’s name. It’s also the name of a fictional cave located somewhere on the north coast of California. Nearby is the fictional town
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“Going for Broke:” The Gonzalez Legacy

Posted April 7, 2004 by Richard Marquez

PoetryForgive me for having helped you understandYou’re not made of words alone.— Roque Dalton, Poemas Clandestinos. THE RISE For over a century and a half of San Francisco’s history, people of color were for the most part slaughtered, enslaved, dispossessed,
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