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March 2004


Talk of the Town: A little more than two weeks after his historic decision to issue licenses for same-sex marriages in San Francisco, Mayor Gavin Newsom held a town hall at James Lick Middle School in the heart of Noe Valley. "I knew potholes were a big subject in this area," he jokingly told the hundreds of cheering fans who packed the school auditorium the morning of Feb. 28. Then Newsom went on to thank his constituents. "What an incredible city [this is].... No city in the world can compete with the people in this city. Iím so proud of you." After fielding questions for two hours, Newsom and his entourage, including Supervisor Bevan Dufty and Noe Valley Merchants Association President Carol Yenne, strolled into 'Downtown Noe Valley' and stopped for lunch at the 24th Street Cafe. During the walk, the mayor was accompanied by a crew from CBS TVís 60 Minutes II. Photo by Najib Joe Hakim

Noe Valleyans Among Gay Marriage Pioneers
Neighbors Still Longing for Great Groceries
Sprint Seeks OK to Put Antenna On Bank Building
Dolores Street: Let There Be (Historically Appropriate) Light

Pre-Dawn Drills Take Over Dolores Park
Familiar Faces in Green Spaces
Unemployed in Noe Valley: Down But Not Yet Out
Leo Holub's Life in Pictures

Family Adventures: A Visit to the Chabot Space Center
This 'n' That
Florence's Family Album: Middle School Memories
Store Trek
Short Takes
Books in our Branch

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