Not just a number The Bay Citizen wrote today that San Francisco's homeless czar, Dariush Kayhan, has been overstating the number of homeless people who lived at the Transbay Terminal before it was closed last August for demolition. The article states he'd told two news outlets -- the Chronicle ... More >>
Dean Wareham The Papercuts November 13, 2010 @ The Fillmore Better than: Listening to On Fire and pretending someone could love you. The rise of the Galaxie 500 cult is one of the many gratifications of onrushing rock geezerdom. Like that of many other music fans around during the trio's thr ... More >>
The closure of the Transbay Terminal was a chance to help some of the citys most hardcore homeless. But many didnt want help, and others couldnt be helped.
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After years of creative drought, inspiration was again in long supply
The snitches mumbled, stumbled, equivocated, and perjured themselves The jury found Bernard Temple -- the man prosecutors believed to be a bloodthirsty assassin for drug dealers -- not guilty of murder.
Antoinetta Stadlman, a 200-pound transsexual on public assistance, dreams of controlling the multimillion-dollar redevelopment of Sixth Street. A misguided state law may just let her do it.
Police call Bernard Temple the meanest hit man ever to roam the gang-infested streets of Bayview-Hunters Point. Temple calls himself a soul-jacker -- someone who kills to steal the spiritual power of his victims.