Archive for January 6th, 2012

  • Sake Steamed Clams with house made sausage, cilantro and croutons.

    New Civic Center Restaurant Showcases Pan Asian Fusion

    Braised Pork with bean ragout, lop cheong, mustard greens and chili aioli. Crispy Pork Belly with a savory caramel glaze topped with a quail egg and Kalbi Beef Burger Sliders on a brioche are just two of the tasty delights at the new O3 Bistro & Lounge […]

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  • President Marily Mondejar (center) presenting Filipina Women's Network award to then SF District Attorney Kamala Harris (right) in 2005. (Photo courtesy of Filipina Women's Network)

    Redistricting Mobilizes San Francisco Filipinos

    SAN FRANCISCO—Worried over the potential erosion of political leverage, leaders from San Francisco’s Filipino community have been meeting to solidify their response to the upcoming redrawing of the city’s voting districts. At stake is the electoral strength of the community, particularly in two areas—District 11 […]

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    Special Screenings of GANTZ at Japantown’s New People Cinema

    San Francisco, CA,– NEW PEOPLE Entertainment celebrates the recently announced release of GANTZ II: Perfect Answer on DVD/Blu-ray with a special series of screenings of the entire GANTZ film saga on Saturday, January 14th at the S.F. Film Society | NEW PEOPLE Cinema located in San Francisco’s Japantown. Tickets […]

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    Mayor Lee Announces Partnership with Code for America

    San Francisco, CA—Edwin M. Lee today announced today a partnership with Code for America to launch the world’s first Civic Startup Accelerator. Based in downtown San Francisco, the Code for America Accelerator will support entrepreneurs that launch companies to make City government more responsive, efficient […]

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    Iraq’s Unfinished Story—Millions of Refugees Abandoned by U.S.

    Each time Uncle Sam ventures abroad he leaves an unfinished story, and nowhere is it most unfinished than the story of Iraq, where despite flowery speeches regarding freedom and sovereignty by the Obama administration, despite assurances that tyranny has been “cast aside,” the tragedy caused […]

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  • 19th Assembly District candidate Phil Ting, holding daughter Madeleine, gets his biggest endorsement from wife Susan Sun, who's minding older daughter Isabella. (Photo courtesy of Phil Ting for Assembly campaign).

    California Asian Pacific Islander Legislative Caucus Endorses Phil Ting’s Campaign for State Assembly

    SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Today, the California Asian Pacific Islander Legislative Caucus has announced its support for Phil Ting’s campaign for California State Assembly. This important endorsement mounts Ting as the leading choice of the state’s API leadership. “Phil Ting’s background in job creation through […]

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