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News, Feature Fall Gal

Fall Gal

In the autumn of 2000, the more than 600 people crammed into Chinatown's cavernous Meriwa Restaurant for a dinner hosted by the venerable San Francisco Neighbors Association heard community activist and political maven Julie Lee deliver some exciting news. After…
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News, Matt Smith

Lee Way

I wasn't present last month when Sunset neighborhood political broker Julie Lee and her dutiful son, Andrew, entered the office of Supervisor Chris Daly, sat in his two extra chairs, and made their case for why he should confirm Andrew…
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News, Matt Smith The Stealth Campaign

The Stealth Campaign

Dressed in pressed gray slacks, brown short-nap suede shoes, a dark blazer, a pert black fedora, and lavender socks, shirt, and tie, Mayor Willie Lewis Brown Jr. looked stunning as he pressed through a small crowd of sign-carrying protesters and…
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News, Letters


The Truth? Ain't Out There Were the Rube Goldberg Drake "equation" valid, the first nanosecond of radio dish reception on Earth would have picked up a deafening roar of competing messages from all those assumed "intelligent civilizations" out there ("Heavenly…
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Dog Bites

Dim Sum-mit Diners in a Clement Street dim sum restaurant were interested to see San Francisco Neighbors' Association co-founder Julie Lee sharing a pleasant lunch with Mayor Willie Brown last Wednesday. And no, Willie's head wasn't on the menu. Lee…
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News, Feature

Block Party

Rose Tsai does not look like the kind of woman to raise hell. Sitting quietly behind the microphone in a studio at KEST this evening, the petite woman with large round glasses is the virtual opposite of what you'd expect…
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