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Monday, November 27, 2006

SAN FRANCISCO City considers ways to ease cable car fares

Hoping to placate public rancor just over the high cost of riding San Francisco's cable cars, the city officials are now looking for ways to ease the financial burden.

One idea is to permit children 12 and younger to ride the cable cars for free on Sundays and holidays, if they're escorted by someone paying a full fare. Another is to allow the limited use of transfers so that the passengers don't have to pay the $5 fare every time they transfer from one cable car to another.

Friday, November 24, 2006

San Francisco Bay area news

RICHMOND, Calif. - This San Francisco Bay area city would now soon become the biggest in the country with a Green Party mayor.

Richmond Mayor Irma Anderson conceded defeat Tuesday and then congratulated her opponent, Gayle McLaughlin, a Green Party campaigner and City Council member.

Anderson said voters had "opted for a few different visions for Richmond." About three-fourths of the city's 103,000 residents are blacks or other minorities.

Thursday, November 23, 2006

News from the San Francisco Bay area

RICHMOND, Calif. - This San Francisco Bay area city would now soon become the largest in the country with a Green Party mayor.

Richmond Mayor Irma Anderson approved the defeat Tuesday and also congratulated her opponent, Gayle McLaughlin, a Green Party activist and City Council member.

Anderson said voters had "opted for a various vision for Richmond." About three-fourths of the city's 103,000 residents are blacks or other minorities.

Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Bring On the 'San Francisco Values'

President Bush and the Republican Party railed now against "San Francisco values" recently election campaign. As House Speaker-elect Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) stated, never before has a president and his party were so openly attacked one of the country's own cities.

Now, Congress is going to think about legislation, which reflects those San Francisco values, such guilty things as a living wage for everyone, health insurance for all children and the strong environmental protection programs. These are the kinds of things we need to suffer with every day here.

Tuesday, November 21, 2006

San Francisco lagoon open, sea lion missing

Ferocious sea lion blamed of biting numerous swimmers at San Francisco Maritime Historical Park, which might have suffered from brain damage from eating toxic algae, park ranger John Cunnane said today.

According to Cunnane, the biting creature actually has vanished without a trace, which is retiring to a watery grave, or it has just given up protecting its territory

According to Cunnane no sea lion body have been found and no swimmers have been bitten over the weekend.

Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Arrow Bar in San Francisco

Arrow Bar serves its PBR in the plastic cups is fitting. The cups are very softer, friendlier and actually more expansive. Jaded New York hipsters, like those found hanged upside down in basement lounge LIt, are very cool, obviously but could be brittle as well and hard to go in, closed off, long necked, brittle.

The hipsters you find execution out in the divey Arrow Bar are very easier to approach, more open, warmer. The bar holds a mix of lively hipsters, drunks, locals Tenderloin, and djs. Lounge in dark back, a cave-like room filled with lot of troglophilic hipsters or in the front, a more "traditional" bar but don't be really scared to approach either group: they're equally civilized.

Tuesday, November 14, 2006

President heads to San Francisco

Their Excellencies would return on November 16. Senate President Dr Linda Baboolal would now act as President. The AIChE is the biggest society of chemical engineers in the world.

The meeting this year is expected to be a largest ever gathering of chemical engineers. The conference would now place emphasis on globalization and diversity of the profession.

Friday, November 10, 2006

San Francisco opens Draves Park

SAN FRANCISCO - At the height of ethnic separation during year 1940s, Victoria Manalo Draves was barred from using few public swimming pools so that she could practice her diving skills in the preparation for 1948 Olympic Games in the London.

The Victoria Manalo Draves Park is known to be the first large-scale park to open in San Francisco in more than a decade. At two acres, it also includes children and toddlers' play gear, a softball field, a picnic area, and even a basketball court. Soon, it will also include areas for teaching kids about natural systems and their environment.
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