Tim Redmond

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tredmond@sfbg.com

Editor's Note

The Healthy Saturdays folks were out leafleting in Golden Gate Park this weekend, on a stunningly beautiful Sunday, along with thousands of other people enjoying the car-free sunshine. The message on the handouts: Call the mayor (554-7111); the supervisors have approved a plan to at least try extending the car ban to Saturday, and now it's in the mayor's court.Read more »

The Village Voice meltdown continues

More on how the guys from Phoenix are screwing up the nation's oldest alt-weekly
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The guys from Phoenix seem to have their hands full these days dealing with the Village Voice. Note to Mike Lacey: It’s a different world in New York. Everything you do is going to be watched. Your policy of ducking the media isn’t going to fly. Lacey did give an interview to the New York Observer , in which he argued that he wants real reporters, not just thumbsucking columnists. Read more »

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Joe O'Donoghue's foul play
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tredmond@sfbg.com

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So let's get this straight:

The lieutenant governor is running for insurance commissioner. The insurance commissioner is running for lieutenant governor. The former governor is running for attorney general. The attorney general is running for treasurer.

Round and round and round we spin. Talk about a clusterfuck. Read more »

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It still boggles my mind: One of the most significant development issues in years came to a head last week at the City Planning Commission — and none of the news media seem to have noticed. G.W. Schulz describes the situation in depth on page 18, but here's the short version: City planners have acknowledged they can't allow any more market-rate housing in the eastern neighborhoods for the indefinite future. Read more »

Marry, marry quite contrary

Bush has finally secured millions to promote marriage in "at-risk" communities.
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In the coming year the federal government will unfurl a $500 million grant program with the sole purpose of encouraging low-income people to get hitched. The idea is that advertising, counseling, and mentoring by real, live married couples will increase the marriage rate in "at-risk" communities — leading to increased prosperity. Read more »

SF weekly sold

Microsoft owner purchases local paper.
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Bill gates bought the sf...

Hidden at home

Out-of-towners dig into big SF scandal
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It took a landscape architecture professor from Columbus, Ohio, an historian from Dallas, Texas, and a filmmaker from Modesto, Calif., to tell the story of the biggest scandal in San Francisco history.

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In the past few months, two academic researchers

Film: Critic's Choice: 'San Francisco's Broken Promise'

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Thurs/29, Delancey Street Screening Room Read more »