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Next Neighbor Former Potrero Hill resident, Edward Lortz, who recently left the Hill after 30 years, is advocating that long-time community members … Keep Reading

Loser

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I’m a loser. Over the years, I’ve repeatedly lost my wallet, keys, and precious childhood mementos.  When I was a teenager, I … Keep Reading

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Theater Hits the Road The 10th Street building that theater company, Thrillpeddlers, has occupied since 2004 has been sold, forcing the troupe … Keep Reading

Reality

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We humans have been trying to understand our reality, while working hard to mask it, since our first spark of awareness, perhaps … Keep Reading

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According to The New York Time’s Top Stories – a blog-like screed that can be found on the Internet – U.S. Representative … Keep Reading

1 + 1 = -1

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Sara arrived like a beautifully wrapped present.  The package was smaller than we expected – four pounds, eleven ounces – but we … Keep Reading

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Homeless Kansas Street resident Sherri Franklin, who leads Muttville Senior Dog Rescue, located on Alabama Street, is one of 10 individuals nominated … Keep Reading

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Homeless Potrero Hill residents Jennine Jacob and Stacey Randecker Bartlett, along with other San Franciscans angry about encampments in their neighborhoods, pitched … Keep Reading

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Corovan Lawsuit Save The Hill and Grow Potrero Responsibly have filed a lawsuit challenging the environmental review conducted on the development of … Keep Reading

Letters

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Editor, I’m writing as an old Potrero Hill resident to advise View readers of a serendipitous event.  A month ago, my car … Keep Reading

SHORT CUTS

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Crushed High-technology motorcycle helmet maker Skully’s, a startup located on Third Street, has crashed.  The business ceased operations in July, quickly followed … Keep Reading

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