Court Jester previews BOS agenda

Court Jester previews BOS agenda

February 12, 2008 | No Comments

h. “Court Jester” brown. Photos by Luke Thomas By h. brown February 12, 2008 Another day of shame for Peskin (4,500 cabbies robbed ‘legally’) Item #19 I’ve seen the Board of Supervisors do lots of…

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The Crackberry Chronicles

The Crackberry Chronicles

February 11, 2008 | No Comments

Photos by Luke Thomas By Elaine Santore February 11, 2008 The party’s over A reporter once told me the rule of thumb for Board President Aaron Peskin quotes, “If you want a regular quote from…

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The Battle for Bayview

The Battle for Bayview

February 11, 2008 | No Comments

District 6 Supervisor Chris Daly Photos by Luke Thomas By Chris Daly February 11, 2008 The stage is now set for what may be one of the biggest development battles in decades. Last Monday, Bayview…

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Yahoo! rejects $44.6 billion takover bid by Microsoft

Yahoo! rejects $44.6 billion takover bid by Microsoft

February 11, 2008 | No Comments

By Jason Bennert February 11, 2008 Internet giant Yahoo! today formally rejected the $44.6 billion takeover bid made by Microsoft earlier this month. The Microsoft bid for Yahoo! is worth $31 a share. However, in…

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Rep. Paul Lantos Dies at 80

Rep. Paul Lantos Dies at 80

February 11, 2008 | No Comments

Representative Tom Lantos, RIP. Photo by Luke Thomas By Ashley Wright February 11, 2008 Congressman Tom Lantos, D-San Mateo, San Francisco, died early this morning due to complications from cancer at the Bethesda Naval Medical…

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Zoo corrects grotto safety design flaw

Zoo corrects grotto safety design flaw

February 11, 2008 | No Comments

Workers near completion of safety modifications made to the big-cat exhibit at the San Francisco Zoo in response to a fatal attack by a 250-pound Siberian tigress that managed to escape its grotto Christmas Day,…

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Our Great Hope

Our Great Hope

February 08, 2008 | No Comments

Patrick Goggin By Patrick Goggin February 8, 2008 Watching Barack Obama’s national political ascendancy since 2004 has been both moving and personal. That same year, several colleagues and I started WeCount.org, a federal political action…

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