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S.F. Opera’s Opening Gala a Resplendent Red Smash

September 12, 2011

Glamorous and well attended "Forbidden City" themed gala celebrates the opera's opening night and proudly donates proceeds to the SF Opera's ARIA music education programs for Bay Area students.

San Francisco TransBay Terminal Center Area Plan Released

September 12, 2011

Transit Center District plan is released. The project's scale is huge, but so is the public need it addresses. The new plan would transform the face of downtown San Francisco in ways it is difficult to imagine--especially for those that weren't around for the heyday of the old Transbay terminal.

$3 Million Donation to San Francisco Opera

September 9, 2011

San Francisco Opera receives generous donation from winemaker Jan Shrem and business woman Maria Manetti Farrow.

Despite Old Ruling, Chevron Cleared to Challenge Ecuadorean Courts

September 9, 2011

Another legal victory for Chevron in Ecuador case.

San Francisco Officials Applaud Progress On Transbay Transit Center

September 8, 2011

Public officials gathered to celebrate the end of the Transbay Transit Center project's first phase. "The project is on budget and on schedule,” said Executive Director Maria Ayerdi-Kaplan. Mayor Lee was on hand and spoke at the event, saying that the new Transit Center "represents the future of our city".

Stanford Hospital, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital agree with SEIU on contract for 1,400 workers

September 6, 2011

Two major hospitals affiliated with Stanford University, Stanford Hospital & Clinics and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, say they’re reached a new three-year contract agreement with employees represented by SEIU’s United Healthcare Workers West local.

Journalist flees Ecuador after clash with country’s president

August 29, 2011

Emilio Palacio issued a letter from Miami on Sunday saying he feared for his safety because of new pressures from what he called "the dictatorship."

Developers eye Transbay blocks

August 26, 2011

The project will be the first major development on the north side of Folsom Street, which is being redeveloped as a pedestrian-friendly "main street" linking Transbay district and Rincon Hill to the south.

Builders show confidence in the Tri-Valley

August 26, 2011

After years of work, the Army and SunCal properties executed a deal that will require the developer to build five structures on the base. In exchange, the Army will transfer 180 acres -- the biggest land transfer ever for the Army -- to the company for development along Dublin Boulevard.

A hopeful vision for the future of Richmond

August 24, 2011

Situated in one of the most vibrant metropolitan areas in the world, the Bay Area, and near an untapped waterfront, major highways, and the San Rafael Bridge, North Richmond’s eventual turn for the better seems inevitable.

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