St. Luke’s Cuts Services – Eyes Union & Protestors

Posted September 30, 2005 by Eri Hillyer

Beneath signs reading “Sutter: Do not take healthcare away from our community!” hospital workers and concerned citizens chanted on the corner of Valencia St. and Cesar Chavez. Traffic and protestors’ bull horns rang off the walls of century old St.
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Richard Roll’s ‘Down Dog’

Posted September 30, 2005 by E. "Doc" Smith

Director Richard Roll’s “Down Dog” is both a satire and celebration of the recent explosion of Los Angeles “yoga culture” and the proliferation of ersatz “gurus” capitalizing on the zeitgeist of the times – the West’s current fascination with the
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There’s A Few Holes In Holes

Posted September 30, 2005 by "Buzzin" Lee Hartgrave

What should have been a great tale of adventure in a boys life – somehow gets lost in the shift from a book to a movie to a play “Holes” that is now on the stage at the Orpheum. It
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An Unconventional Anniversary Celebration

Posted September 30, 2005 by Renee Zalles

With the help of UNITE HERE! Local 2 and other supporters, hotel-workers gathered outside the Hilton at O’Farrell and Taylor, and the Mark Hopkins at California and Mason yesterday to encourage the public to boycott the aforementioned hotels, as well
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Guest Editorial: Our Teachers Deserve More

Posted September 29, 2005 by Dennis Kelly and Rick Reynolds

Why are our schools facing potentially disastrous labor conflict? Take a moment to look beyond drama surrounding the Board of Education and the Superintendent and get to know what is going on with all the other people who actually do
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