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05/15/2009

Video: 5.15.09 ≠ 5.15.08

by Jeremy Hooper

Castro In the Streets

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I lived in the Castro last year on this date...and saw how the entire neighborhood was celebrating. And all I could think was "what about the possibility of that referendum?" It almost seemed like I was the only one who cared, which was obviously not true, but it felt that way.

Posted by: Bruno | May 15, 2009 6:26:23 PM

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