Yee Announces Candidacy for Assembly Seat
Supervisor Leland Yee confirmed one of the worst kept secrets in the
City by declaring his candidacy to represent west side residents in
the 12th Assembly District.
Gives School District Failing Grades
Picture dropping your teenager off at a local mall with an American
Express gold card and you have a pretty good idea of what the accounting
firm of Arthur Anderson found when its employees performed an audit
on a major division of the San Francisco Unified School District recently.
New Treatments Help
Fulfill Life's Potential
In recent history, hemophilia was know as the disease of princes because
they never lived long enough to be crowned kings.
Expert Offers Survival Tips for Upcoming Summer Brown-outs
The energy crisis was the topic of the April 17 community meeting at
the Taraval Police Station. About 50 people were in attendance to learn
cost-cutting tips from a local expert.
Honored at Academy of Sciences Exhibit
As part of its Earth Day celebration, the California Academy of Sciences
is showcasing some of the famous bird paintings of artist, scientist
and pre-cursor to environmentalism: John James Audubon.
Woman Overcomes Obstacles
to Create Local Orchestra
"The door is always
open to my students," exclaimed Tatiana Ganenko, who for the past two
years has been the director of the Sunset Youth Chamber Orchestra (SYCO).
Capt. Michael Yalon: Police
Baird: What Do Cookies and Compost Have in Common?
M. Lee: Where Are Real Estate Prices