Bayview Opera House Expanding Size, Kids’ Horizons

Posted April 28, 2005 by Casey Mills

On the corner of 3rd and Oakdale, at the hub of the new Third Street light rail project, stands the Bayview Opera House, a cultural landmark of the Southeastern neighborhoods. Known for providing Bayview with theatrical performances for more than
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Mayor Whiffs on Latest “Triple Play”

Posted April 28, 2005 by Randy Shaw

After a survey showed widespread dissatisfaction with city services, Mayor Newsom has removed capable DPW chief Ed Lee and left the position vacant. Lee has been shifted to the more ceremonial position of City Administrator, replacing Bill Lee, who will
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SF State Anti-War Activists Protest Disciplinary Action

Posted April 28, 2005 by Steve Shih

Anti-war progressives at San Francisco State University held a press conference Wednesday in support of three students and two anti-war organizations being targeted for disciplinary action by the school’s judiciary affairs department. Katrina Yeaw, an international relations student, participated on
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ACORN Protests Wells Fargo Loan Abuse

Posted April 27, 2005 by Steve Shih

Wells Fargo held its annual shareholders meeting Tuesday afternoon, and as security officers and customer service representatives fawned over stockholders holding a blue admission ticket, several individuals in red shirts crashed the party protesting what they saw as predatory lending
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