Nevius Watch: An Obvious Clue that London Breed Will Replace Ross Mirkarimi as Supervisor of District Five

Uh, why would the masters of CW Nevius have him write what he wrote today?

Check it:

African American Art & Culture Complex thriving

I’d say it has something to do with the search for the replacement of Ross Mirkarimi as District Five Supervisor.

Seemingly, Nevius doesn’t just want to come out and say it.

But he wants to say something about London Breed.

So, out of nowhere, we get a few lines on the topic from The Neve.

But he left out a little bit of the story:

In August 2002, former San Francisco Mayor Willie L. Brown, Jr., appointed London Breed, as the Executive Director of the African American Art & Culture Complex (AAACC).”

Did you know about that, Nevius? Honestly, I can’t tell.

London Breed, Executive Director of the African American Art and Culture Complex, at the de Young Museum:

Via FAMSF 

Anyway, when you see the headline “African American Art & Culture Complex thriving,” the way you should read that is “London Breed to be appointed District Five Supervisor by Mayor Ed Lee.” Or at the very least, “Willie Brown cashes in, appoints London Breed as Supervisor.” 

Thanks for the 411, Neve!

But it’s too bad you can’t come out and say what you mean…

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6 Responses to “Nevius Watch: An Obvious Clue that London Breed Will Replace Ross Mirkarimi as Supervisor of District Five”

  1. Every time I see or hear the phrase, “African American,” I immediately think of Charlize Theron.

  2. Rob Anderson says:

    Every time I hear the word “Nevius” I immediately think “City Hall mouthpiece.”

  3. pchas says:

    Any time I hear the words “Ross Mirkarimi” I throw up a little in my mouth.

  4. sfcitizen says:

    Ross Mirkarimi!

  5. pchas says:

    *vomits*

  6. sfcitizen says:

    Fair enough. You won’t hear about him as much in the next year, so look forward to that…