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Op-Ed: San Francisco Newspaper editor has his first art show at age 72 Special

San Francisco - Having his first art show At 72 is not easy, he admits. But San Francisco newspaper editor Doug Comstock has an accumulated body of work spanning over 50 years.

Op-Ed: One man's legacy to be remembered, the love of lakes and rivers Special

San Francisco - Sometimes it is difficult to measure how much one person makes an impact. This is especially so when dealing with environmental or social issues. That lone voice or that persistent presence at meetings can easily be taken as "granted."

Op-Ed: Neighborhood newspaper will celebrate 25 years in print Special

This coming January the Westside Observer will celebrate 25 years in print. On Sunday Nov. 6, the owners Mitch and Alice Bull hosted a gathering at Que Syrah wine bar on West Portal Ave in San Francisco.
 

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Tom Mayer loved to socialize and was well-versed in many subjects not just film and theater. He atte...
Tom Mayer loved to socialize and was well-versed in many subjects not just film and theater. He attended the anniversary celebrations of the Westside Observer, one of many local newspapers he wrote for in San Francisco.
by Doug Comstock, courtesy of the Westside Observer, San Francisco
Westside Observer publisher and editor Mitch Bull and the paper s former owner and founder Phyllis S...
Westside Observer publisher and editor Mitch Bull and the paper's former owner and founder Phyllis Sherman take a moment for the camera. Despite the increase of the Internet, neighborhood papers (or hyper-local publications as they are referred to by some) still endure and provide much needed local reporting on issues and concerns that often are overlooked by mainstream press.
Westside Observer  formerly known as West of Twin Peaks Observer was founded in the 1980 s by Phylli...
Westside Observer, formerly known as West of Twin Peaks Observer was founded in the 1980's by Phyllis Sherman. Now under the ownership of Mitch Bull the neighborhood newspaper continues to provide much needed reporting about local news each month.

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