No. 50, September 2005

Fringe Hits Home
Annual theatre fest lights up the 'Loin; even Joes' a venue

By Liz Enochs

Housing Option Opens Up to the Tenderloin 11th-hour vote gives residents crack at affordable units

by Tom Carter

Future Collaborative Oakland for-profit buys the "Y"
A.F. Evans plans 5 stories of affordable housing
By Marjorie Beggs

Our Man Measures the Din Downtown
byDaniel Porras

PAC Votes 7-Seat Expansion, Seeks Neighborhood Reps
by Tom Carter

Redevelopment Agency Tardiness on Mid-Market May Delay Taxes
by Tom Carter

Tension Ease in Tayler-Ellis Trouble Spot
by Tom Carter

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