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News, The Snitch Supe Candidate Says She's No Ed Jew, Will Show City 'My Underwear Drawer'

Supe Candidate Says She's No Ed Jew, Will Show City 'My Underwear Drawer'

District 6 Supervisorial candidate Elaine Zamora moments ago confirmed the Ethics Commission is investigating whether she truly lives within the boundaries of District 6. In fact, the Ethics Commission knocked on the door while we were on the phone with…
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News, The Snitch Tenderloin Residents Prepare Small-Claims Actions Against Violent Strip Club

Tenderloin Residents Prepare Small-Claims Actions Against Violent Strip Club

Activists in the Tenderloin are preparing to file multiple small-claims actions against Pink Diamonds, a notoriously violent strip club on 220 Jones St. that city officials say has brought shootings, fights, and raucous crowds to the troubled neighborhood.Elaine Zamora, manager…
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News, The Snitch Economic Magic: USPS Makes Tenderloin's 'Full-Service Post Office' Disappear

Economic Magic: USPS Makes Tenderloin's 'Full-Service Post Office' Disappear

Is it possible to miss something you never had? That's a question Elaine Zamora is pondering right about now. Not quite a year ago, SF Weekly reported on how the postal service's district manager gleefully announced via press release "The…
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News, The Snitch 'It Was ME!': Tenderloin Activist Pleads for More Credit In Anti-Soup Kitchen Campaign

'It Was ME!': Tenderloin Activist Pleads for More Credit In Anti-Soup Kitchen Campaign

In this week's cover story, we reported on how an overload of social-service outlets in the Tenderloin has galvanized community organizers who say the needs of homeless adults are being met at the expense of the neighborhood's families and businesses.…
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News, Feature Their Daily Bread

Their Daily Bread

You have the poor always with you. This saying of Jesus was recorded 2,000 years ago, and on New Year's morning in the Tenderloin, the poor were with us still. Hungry and griping about late Social Security checks, hearing voices…
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