Posts Tagged ‘Davies’

OMG, Alanis Morissette, Jay Leno, will.i.am, & MC Hammer – It’s the Concert for UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital on 9-1-11!

Tuesday, August 16th, 2011

Well, you can’t do better than this concert coming up on September 1, 2011 sponsored by the SalesForce.com Foundation at Davies Symphony Hall

It’s the Concert for UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital!

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(I won’t bother telling about how Marc Benioff is the Best Billionaire in the Bay Area and how he saved San Francisco’s bacon with that whole Mission Bay thing, which, you know, was supposed to be for biotech. And I won’t ask why San Francisco is subsidizing the biotechnology industry and/or Twitter. Don’t get me started.)

Anyway, all the deets:

Thursday, September 1, 2011
Doors Open at 6:30 p.m.
Davies Symphony Hall, 201 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco

Sponsorship Levels

Hall of Fame $250,000

Billboard $150,000
Platinum $100,000
Grammy Winner $50,000
Rock Star $30,000
Box Set $20,000
I’m With the Band $10,000
Agent $5,000

Individual Tickets

Orchestra/Loge Ticket (Fan $1,000)
One (1) ticket to The Concert for UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital
(including cocktail reception & concert)
Orchestra or loge level seating for concert
Limited number available

Balcony Ticket ($500)
One (1) ticket to The Concert for UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital
(including cocktail reception & concert)
Balcony seating for concert
Limited number available

Rear Balcony Ticket ($250)
One (1) ticket to The Concert for UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital
(including cocktail reception & concert)
Rear balcony seating for concert
Limited number available

Wheelchair or ADA Ticket ($250)
One (1) wheelchair or ADA ticket to The Concert for UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital
(including cocktail reception & concert)
Rear balcony seating for concert
Limited number available

Donation Amount
Tickets will be mailed to the purchaser’s credit card mailing address until August 19, 2011.
Tickets purchased after that date will be available for pickup at will call
at Davies Symphony Hall the night of the event.

Sponsorships, ticket purchases, and donations are non-refundable.

For any questions, or if you prefer to purchase by phone, please call (415) 476-6400 or email specialevents@ucsfmedctr.org.

See you there!

Your Supervisor Scott Wiener Invites All to the “Trader Joe’s on Noe Meeting” Tonight at 7:30 PM

Monday, February 14th, 2011

Or maybe the invite is just for area NIMBY’s, don’t know for sure.

(Scott Wiener is Kryptonian of course – that’s why he’s so tall and that’s why he only sleeps three hours a night. He’s an Übermensch or something. An Overman, Overhuman, Above-Human, something in that territory.)

So bring your hankies for a good cry tonight, but please remember:

All Neighbors are Equal, but some Neighbors (the millionaire propertah owners, the small-time bidness owners, especially) are More Equal Than Others.

Duboce Triangle Neighborhood Association Meeting with Trader Joe’s: All Neighbors Are Invited

“Yes, we know you may have a dinner date on February 14, so why don’t you join us first for chocolates and wine as we talk about Trader Joe’s?

“Trader Joe’s proposes to establish a store at the Market and Noe Center, where Tower Records and Video used to be. Their representatives will publicly present TJ’s plans during our General Meeting, and our neighborhood association will discuss the impacts of this development according to the data we have and how we understand the issue. This proposed business is going to impact not only the residents, but also those who work and own a piece of property in the neighborhood.

“Come early at 7 p.m. to meet and greet neighbors and to enjoy refreshments. The meeting agenda will be discussed at 7:30. The Board and President of Duboce Triangle Neighborhood Association are going to be there, so if you have other concerns you may want to take up with them, this is the most opportune time to come. The meeting will be held at CPMC Davies Hospital, at the Castro St. & Duboce Avenue, in the Auditorium, which is on Level “B.” Meeting is expected to last until 9 p.m. Plenty of time for your own Valentine engagements afterwards.”

And also remember:

Trader Joe’s > Whole Foods

It all has to do with the mark-up.