The news of this mural going away had escaped my attention the past couple of months.
Here’s what it looked like before….
…and here’s what it looks like now:
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Gen Fujioka of the Chinatown Community Development Center is involved with promoting the horrible Central Subway to Nowhere.
Artist Ann Sherry is fortunate to get a five-figure commission for anything, so I’m not sure why she’s so perpetually cranky.
It’s not smart to put up images of authority figures (you know, people in military of police uniforms) in a sort of wild part of town
I don’t know, maybe this was a bad idea from the start?
I don’t know, maybe San Francisco government has lots of bad ideas, you know, from the start?
What can we learn from this episode?
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