Pioneers Vs. Haverlys, October 9, 1887

The Haight Street Grounds ran from 1886-1895 and were located between Stanyan, Waller, Shrader and Frederick streets. The grandstands would seat 14,000. In 1887, both the Pioneers and Haverlys were making strenuous efforts to win the California League pennant, but the smallest margin divided them. A close and exciting…

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From community projects to social entrepreneurs: A brief history of the attitudes facing youth-serving organizations since the ‘50s

By analyzing media coverage between 1950-2017 on select youth-serving organizations it is apparent that San Francisco’s attitude has shifted substantially. However, while the world has quickly changed over the past half-century, the unique approaches to addressing some of these challenges have remained largely the same. Are these approaches working?…

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The Mayor on #Periscope

.@mayoredlee Watch on #Periscope San Francisco sues President Trump for unconsti… https://t.co/dJ8cQ3wHJe— Editor (@HATCHBeat) January 31, 2017 SF Mayor Ed Lee and City Attorney Dennis Herrera announced on Tuesday, Jan. 31 that San Francisco would stand up for itself as a sanctuary city, and was suing…

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ARE YOU REGISTERED TO VOTE?

Polls are open on election day, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 7 a.m.-8 p.m. Registered voters can vote early in person as well beginning Oct. 11. If you are a first-time voter and registered by mail, bring an acceptable identification card (driver’s license, state ID card, passport, employee…

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A Poem by Clyde Always

On a swelterin’ day in the middle of May, I was kickin’ it out on the boat. No, not sailin’ at sea but as still as could be, in marina my vessal afloat. While the sun brightly shone, I was lost in my phone just revisin’ a message I wrote.…

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AAACC awarded $10K Art Works Grant

Through its Art Works grant program, the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) has awarded a $10,000 grant to support the African American Arts and Culture Complex’s (AAACC) curated rental program for emerging African American playwrights and performers. The NEA promotes opportunities for people in communities across America…

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