Nov 2nd, Tenderloin Museum Launches Latest Exhibit: Voice of the Central City: The Tenderloin Times, 1977-94

A screen grab of a 1985 issue of The Tenderloin Times, Archive.org

A screen grab of a 1985 issue of The Tenderloin Times, Archive.org

The Tenderloin Museum's latest exhibit, Voice of the Central City: The Tenderloin Times, 1977-94, opens on November 2nd, and focuses on the Pulitzer prize nominated, four-language Tenderloin paper published out of Hospitality House during the aforementioned years.

The opening evening will offer two experiences at various prices. First, a donor preview reception will start things off at 5:30pm for supporters of the museum. tickets to the donor reception art $100 and can be purchased here.

At 7:00pm, Broadsheet to Broadband: Community Media in the Digital Age is a panel discussion on how technology impacts community journalism. Panelists include Sara Colm and Rob Waters, Former Editors, The Tenderloin Times; Andrew Lam, The Tenderloin Times & New American Media; Juan Gonzales, Founder, El Tecolote newspaper & chair of CCSF Journalism Department; Carrie Sisto, Tenderloin Editor, Hoodline.

For tickets for the panel at 7 only, click here.

For a full event and exhibition description, head to the Tenderloin Msueum event page here. Note other events throughout the month coinciding with the Voice of the Central City: The Tenderloin Times, 1977-94 exhibit.

To learn more about The Tenderloin Times, check out articles on Beyond Chron, NY Times, this Wiki page, or check out the paper itself at Aarchive.org.