Playground torched in the dead of night

Koret Children’s Quarter was torched in the midst of the night in June, with a $1 million estimated cost to replace the popular playground’s equipment in Golden Gate Park. Portions of the park are currently closed with yellow caution tape placed to ward off children. Sarah Madland, Spokeswoman…

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Women's History Month: Roma Guy

Roma Pauline Guy, Advocate for Justice Reform, was honored with 19 other women in March at the Women’s History Month Awards Ceremony at City Hall. Guy was nominated for the award by District 5 SF Supervisor and President of the Board of Supervisors, London Breed. The ceremony honored “Trailblazing…

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Bard of the Lower Haight brings stories to Café International

By Jessica DeLatorre Clyde Always is the self-proclaimed Bard of the Lower Haight (and regularly contributes cartoons to HATCH Beat). Always, 30, creates comics about a "rabbit man,” which is an alter ego of himself. His cartoons are satire on current events with political tones. A recent cartoon he made…

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Are you going to Bike & Roll to school this week?

Bike & Roll to School Week is organized by the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition and supported by the SF Safe Routes to Schools partnerships and Metta Fund. In the area, Grattan Elementary School, 165 Grattan St., CIS at De Avila Elementary, 1250 Waller St., New Traditions Elementary, 2049 Grove St.…

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March 2017 Crossword Puzzle Answers

DOWN Feinstein and Harris Monopoly property The sheriff on “The Rifleman” and others Lassitude Genetic letters Computer parts reseller: Abbr. Scale member Concede Old hand Kreskin’s claim Low-budget flicks Retribution Spanish eye Sicilian spouter Fiji’s ____ island group Does housework Noted Brit Lexicon Stamp-selling org.…

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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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