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  1. The loneliness of being black in San FranciscoRead the original story

    Friday Jul 22 | New Fillmore

    Gerald Harris was walking along Ocean Beach, the blustery coastline at the western edge of the city, when he passed Danny Glover, a star of Hollywood action movies and a San Francisco native. The men exchanged glances.

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  2. Moved from Union SquareRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 29 | New Fillmore

    "The large frame dwelling which for so many years stood at the northeast corner of Sutter and Mason Streets has been removed to the south side of Washington between Buchanan and Webster, where it is being remodeled and improved by Dr. Merritt, daughter of the late Adolph Sutro." So reported the Chronicle on July 7, 1900.

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  3. Hello from the other sideRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 28 | New Fillmore

    WHEN SHE'S NOT at her day job in a medical office near Fillmore, singer-songwriter Candace Roberts can often be found on the stage or in a cabaret. Her latest music video, "Hello Ed Lee" - an adaptation of Adele's mega-hit "Hello" - is a plaintive cry to the mayor of San Francisco about what she calls "a tale of two cities."

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  4. The Grabhorn brothers were master printersRead the original story

    Jun 2, 2016 | New Fillmore

    Brothers Edwin and Robert Grabhorn founded their Studio Press in 1916 in Indianapolis. They moved to San Francisco in 1919, and a few years later their enterprise formally became known as Grabhorn Press.

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  5. Survival of the fittestRead the original story

    Jun 2, 2016 | New Fillmore

    PACIFIC HEIGHTS HEALTH CLUB has always been a harbinger of the times. The club, at 2356 Pine Street, just off Fillmore, opened in 1984 to men only.

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  6. A modern cathedral celebrates 45 yearsRead the original story

    Apr 29, 2016 | New Fillmore

    St. Mary's Cathedral soon after its opening, beyond the tower of St. Marks Lutheran Church. Photos: San Francisco History Center May 2016 marks the 45th anniversary of the dedication of the Cathedral of St. Mary of the Assumption, a recognized masterpiece of religious architecture at 1111 Gough Street.

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  7. At Soko Hardware, it's the mix that worksRead the original story

    Apr 29, 2016 | New Fillmore

    After Masayasu Ashizawa came from Japan to San Francisco nearly a century ago, he opened a hardware store in 1925 in the heart of bustling Japantown and named it Soko - Japanese for "that place." Soko Hardware's founder could not have imagined the family business would be thriving in that place today under the management of his grandson Philip, born years after his grandfather died.

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  8. First look: 2016 jazz festivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 14, 2016 | New Fillmore

    NOTED SAN FRANCISCO graphic artist John Mattos has been selected to create the poster for the 2016 Fillmore Jazz Festival, coming on July 2 and 3, and this week he revealed his design. "Like good jazz, it's unexpected," said Mattos.

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  9. A new outlook on the parkRead the original story

    Mar 31, 2016 | New Fillmore

    Aa S flurry of recent renovations along the north side of Jackson Street facing Alta Plaza Park are nearing completion. The two blocks include a string of historic residences that have been home to many prominent San Franciscans.

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  10. Last call at the EliteRead the original story

    Mar 31, 2016 | New Fillmore

    Stop by the Elite Cafe on a Wednesday night in early March to meet a friend for a drink and the bartender asks: "Have you heard? The Elite's been sold." It's a shock.

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  11. It's still a villageRead the original story

    Mar 5, 2016 | New Fillmore

    Longtime local landlord John "Jack" Molinari - whose family partnership owns the commercial storefronts tucked underneath the 36-unit Amelia condominium complex on Fillmore between Bush and Sutter Streets - says he has no plans to change the character of the block. Or the types of tenants he rents to: small businesses with an owner on the premises, waiting on customers.

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  12. Only the owners are new at Jackson FillmoreRead the original story

    Mar 4, 2016 | New Fillmore

    Rare is the restaurant in San Francisco still going strong after 30 years. But Jackson Fillmore - the beloved, quintessential neighborhood Italian spot at 2506 Fillmore, now under new ownership - remains noticeably unchanged.

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  13. Bagels with a side of historyRead the original story

    Feb 26, 2016 | New Fillmore

    WISE SONS Bagel & Bakery opened its doors at 1520 Fillmore on February 26 and enthusiastic crowds were waiting. Again there is an authentic Jewish bakery in a neighborhood where many were located a century ago when the Fillmore was home to a large Jewish community.

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  14. The shah's consulateRead the original story

    Jan 30, 2016 | New Fillmore

    Constructed in 1927 by insurance executive Henry Foster Dutton for his second wife, Violet, the classically inspired house at 3400 Washington Street was acquired by the Imperial Government of Iran to serve as its official San Francisco consulate in the mid-1950s. The house was designed by architect Erle J. Osborne, who had a steady stream of wealthy clients and produced interesting houses in Presidio Terrace, St. Francis Wood and Atherton - in addition to a few Southern California commissions - throughout the '20s and '30s.

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  15. Doubling down with Black BarkRead the original story

    Jan 31, 2016 | New Fillmore

    When David Lawrence and Monetta White announced plans to open their high end but homey restaurant, 1300 on Fillmore, eight years ago, friends cautioned against it. "They said, 'You're going down to lower Fillmore? Are you nuts?'a " says White, whose mother and grandmother both grew up in the neighborhood.

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  16. Coming home rattledRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 30, 2016 | New Fillmore

    I've been a resident of Pacific Heights for almost a century. I grew up in the 1920s, living with my folks in an apartment on Pacific Avenue.

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  17. A designer finds her nicheRead the original story

    Jan 30, 2016 | New Fillmore

    SHE'D WORKED FOR THE RITZ in Paris and other international corporations, mostly designing hotels, but French designer Isabelle McGee wanted something different - something more intimate - when she set out to establish her interior design atelier in San Francisco. One day she was walking on Sutter Street, just a block from Fillmore, when she struck up a conversation with Joan O'Connor, longtime proprietor of Timeless Treasures at 2176 Sutter and a notorious neighborhood networker.

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  18. Finding a home in a hot marketRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 1, 2016 | New Fillmore

    We're driving down I-80 heading home to San Francisco. I'm at the wheel; Effin's checking her email.

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  19. Ever a house of healingRead the original story

    Jan 1, 2016 | New Fillmore

    The Romanesque Revival, L-shaped building with the colorful garden courtyard at the corner of Bush and Octavia Streets was originally built nearly 90 years ago as Greens' Eye Hospital. Doctors Aaron S. and Lewis D. Green, of Latvian heritage, came to San Francisco shortly after the 1906 earthquake to intern with Stanford Hospitals.

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  20. Grand in a very Victorian wayRead the original story

    Dec 2, 2015 | New Fillmore

    The Payne Mansion at 1409 Sutter Street, on the south side of Sutter between Franklin and Gough, is a distinctly visual reminder of the city's Victorian past. Recently renovated to accommodate the boutique Payne Mansion Hotel, the building was constructed in 1881 and survived the 1906 earthquake and fire.

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