End of an Era for Black TV Journalists

Posted May 30, 2008 by Harrison Chastang

Today’s retirement of longtime KPIX anchor Barbara Rodgers, last week’s retirement of KTVU anchor Dennis Richmond and the recent retirement of KGO sports anchor Martin Wyatt marks an end of an era for the first generation of Bay Area Black
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JROTC Must Go! Campaign Heating Up

Posted May 30, 2008 by Riva Enteen

The San Francisco chapter of the Green Party, the Chinese Progressive Association and the Idriss Stelley Foundation have joined the Harvey Milk LGBT Democratic Club, the SF Tenants Union and the SF Bay View newspaper in saying that they “will
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Prop F Campaign Invites Carmen Policy to Debate

Posted May 30, 2008 by Chris Cassidy

To set the record straight, F is for Fairness has invited Lennar Consultant and former 49ers President Carmen Policy to a debate tomorrow (May 31st) at 6:30 p.m., located at 5030 3rd Street (at Quesada Avenue). Policy is invited to
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Jake Shimabukuro, Hawaiian Ukulele Virtuoso

Posted May 30, 2008 by E. "Doc" Smith

Vacationing in Kauai this week has afforded me the opportunity to catch up on reading, spending time with family, friends and listening to music; music I might not ordinarily be exposed to. Enjoying an after dinner Mai tai with my
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Octopus: How Far Will You Go?; Café StarBrokes

Posted May 30, 2008 by Buzzin' Lee Hartgrave

Young Hormones go down a dangerous path in the revealing story about two couples, who after living with each other for some time, decide that it would spice up their domestic partnerships by having a four-way. Three is bad enough,
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Prop F and Prop G; John McCain …

Prop F and Prop G; John McCain …

Posted May 30, 2008 by

Dear Editor, I’m confused by Grace Martinez’s comment that “Again, the proponents of Prop. F contradict what they set out to do. Its affordable housing income threshold prices out the families who make minimum wage.” The threshold for affordability is
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Unmasking John McCain

Posted May 29, 2008 by Paul Hogarth

With a frightening number of Democrats saying they plan to vote for John McCain if their preferred candidate does not win the nomination, it’s time to evaluate who the senior Senator from Arizona really is. Two new books help answer
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