Posts tagged Tenderloin Museum
Re-Read The Tenderloin Times, at the Tenderloin Museum [SF Weekly]

The Tenderloin Museum’s new exhibit, “Voice of the Central City: The Tenderloin Times, 1977-94,” is a bittersweet look at the little paper that could. Funded by Hospitality House and grant money, The Tenderloin Timeswas the right paper at the right time — staffed by idealists like Rob Watersand Sara Colm, who made sure that under-reported issues like homelessness were reported with the seriousness they deserved.

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The Times lives on at Tenderloin Museum [SF Chronicle]

SF Chronicle's Caile Millner visits the Tenderloin Museum for their current exhibit, Voice of the Central City: The Tenderloin Times, 1977-94, showcasing the incredible work of the former Pulitzer nominated neighborhood newspaper. Millner writes, "In many ways, that paper’s work is as relevant to San Francisco now as it was when it was being printed."

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Peter Fortuna, A Tenderloin Story at Tenderloin Museum

There is no lack of talent and potential, too often hidden, in the Tenderloin. On July 6th, the museum held the opening celebration for Peter Fortuna, a Tenderloin Story, which features photographs and ephemera of Mr. Fortuna, who came to the Tenderloin after a storied career in photography and fashion

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