Archive for November 1st, 2012

  • "Lee" directed by Roland Wiryawan

    11th Annual San Francisco Transgender Film Festival

        The San Francisco Transgender Film Festival (SFTFF) announces its 11th annual film festival – a stellar collection of transgender short films with enticing tales of defiance, bullying, relationships, sex, humor, romance and ZOMBIES! Get your tickets early: last year’s Festival broke the theater’s all-time audience record! This year, […]

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  • Tim Lincecum reminds everyone that the San Francisco Giants are still #1.

    SF Giants World Series 2012 Victory Parade Photo Highlights

    Forecast for the weather this Halloween for the San Francisco Giants World Series Victory Parade was a heavy downpour of Cain, not rain. The players arrived to the parade start with police escorts and hopped into sleek detailed luxury convertibles. The parade started down on […]

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  • Ying Lee

    Author Book Talk: Ying Lee with Judith Scherr

    Just published, Ying Lee’s oral history, Ying Lee, From Shanghai to Berkeley, The story of an extraordinary woman facing war, waging peace, fighting disillusionment and inspiring action, is now available to the public. Both Lee and the books editor Judith Scherr will be at a […]

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  • SFSU

    Free Screening of Japanese Film Mrs. Judo

    The public is invited to an exclusive screening of the new film, “Mrs. Judo: Be Strong, Be Gentle, Be Beautiful” at 6 pm Friday, Nov 30, in the Coppola Theater at San Francisco State University. Mrs. Judo: Be Strong, Be Gentle, Be Beautiful tells the inspirational story of […]

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  • Contestants do their best to eat as many potstickers as they can in 3 minutes.

    OBAMA TURNOUT HURTS PROGRESSIVES MAR & YEE

      High tides lift political boats. Low tides ground them. San Francisco turnouts have declined when Democratic Presidents seek a second term since 1976 – Jimmy Carter went from 73% (1976) to 65% (1980) and Bill Clinton – 69% (1992) to 61% (1996). Barack Obama’s first election in 2008 had a […]

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