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Community Group Proposes Alternative Design for Cor-O-Van Site

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Save the Hill continues to press for the Cor-o-Van site to be developed as an adaptive reuse project, with more of the existing buildings retained and repurposed. The community advocacy group is working with architect Kal-man Varga on drawings for the site that reflect feedback from neighbors and public meetings with the devel-oper.   “We’re…

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Goat Hill Pizza Celebrates 40 Years of Pies

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Goat Hill Pizza has been satisfying Potrero Hill residents’ cravings for peperoni, cheese, and a myriad of other pizzas since 1975. But more than pro-viding lunch and dinner, patrons and employees agree that the restaurant serves as an anchor of the community. “It’s a cornerstone of the neigh-borhood; kind of the headquarters of Potrero Hill.…

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Website is a Digital Ally for Students with Learning Differences

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Approx i mately 4.6 m i l l ion Americans, 2.25 million of whom are children, have a learning issue. Yet, one-third of parents of children with learning challenges don’t feel equipped to help their offspring navi-gate what can be a series of daunt-ing academic hurdles.  To address this problem, last year Understood. org launched…

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Thrillpeddlers Latest a French Jewel

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On March 19 Thrillpeddlers opens its 2015 season with Jewels of Paris: A New Original Parisian Revue.  According to the company, “Inspired by the artistic revolution erupting in Paris nearly a century ago, Jewels of Paris is a time-travel-ing tuneful testament that revels in love, life, artistic, social and sexual change.” The production features original…

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