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Culture, The Exhibitionist Tourism For Locals: San Francisco's Walk of Fame

Tourism For Locals: San Francisco's Walk of Fame

As we noted last week, San Francisco is boastful of its famous residents and milestones — past and present — with monuments and statues commemorating those individuals and their accomplishments. Although there are notable omissions, there's a spot that recognizes…
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News, The Snitch Hisashi Sugaya's Tenderloin Walk of Shame

Hisashi Sugaya's Tenderloin Walk of Shame

As promised, the shame-faced planning commissioner Hisashi Sugaya traversed the streets of the Tenderloin Friday afternoon to atone for an earlier remark suggesting a neighborhood grocery store peddle drugs.After making his comment publicly, Sugaya, who was reappointed to the Planning…
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Calendar, Night&Day Long, Shiny, Moves People

Long, Shiny, Moves People

In the lobby of the Cadillac Hotel waits a beautifully restored grand piano, an 1884 Steinway. The Cadillac is a place for down-and-outers to find a home when they have none, and the piano's part of the plan. If this…
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News, The Snitch Sing us a song, piano man! -- SFWeekly's Trek into the Tenderloin's Cadillac Hotel

Sing us a song, piano man! -- SFWeekly's Trek into the Tenderloin's Cadillac Hotel

A Cadillac Hotel resident contemplates the $125,000 piano in the lobby. Photo by Joe Eskenazi. Wandering through the Tenderloin, one constantly feels as if he’s stumbled across the unholy hybrid of a Hieronymus Bosch canvas and a Tom Waits…
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