Posts Tagged ‘within’

Church of Scientology San Francisco Bidnessman Can’t Even Leave His Building Without Running Into Anonymous

Monday, October 17th, 2011

Well, here it is a pithy two-minute video showing area Church of Scientology President Jeff Quiros leaving his historic building at the foot of Columbus.

(The reference to “SF Weekly” has to do with Lauren Smiley’s recent five-part “Scientology Apostate” series.)

I didn’t realize that Anonymous was still on the case like this.

Here’s what it looked like back in aught-eight when Church leaders walked over to the Chinatown Hilton to celebrate L. Ron Hubbard’s birth anniversary: 

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But it’s not too late to get in on the fun – if you want to try to make money from religion, why don’t you apply?

On It Goes…

Whoa: SF Weekly’s Lauren Smiley Goes Large Against Church of Scientology – Anonymous “EthicsTrouble”

Monday, September 26th, 2011


Lauren Smiley Scientology Apostate series looks to be winner already and this is just the first day.

Good job, Lauren!

Now, how will she top this? Tune in tomorrow.

No wonder the San Francisco chapter of the Church of Scientology is hiring. As seen last week on Columbus:

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Late Night Proposal: “The Church of Scientology San Francisco is Now Hiring – Inquire Within” – It’s a Trap!

Thursday, September 22nd, 2011

As seen at the foot of Columbus right across the street from the TransAmerica Pyramid:


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In the words of Admiral Ackbar, my favorite  Mon Calamari,It’s a …”

Choose wisely.

These are two spellings of the same word, which means to seek information about something or to conduct a formal investigation (usually when followed by “into”). The corresponding noun is enquiry or inquiry. Either spelling can be used, but many people prefer enquire and enquiry for the general sense of “ask”, and inquire and inquiry for a formal investigation…:

San Francisco Ballet’s Fantastic Program 6: Stravinsky, Golden Hour, West Side Story

Monday, April 6th, 2009

The San Francisco Ballet just premiered Program 6 on Friday and the way things work with its Rep Program, you only have three more shows this week to check it out. Janos Gereben has a glowing review of Friday’s show, as does Rachel Howard.

And you can get a behind the scenes view from Shannon Roberts (who was so happy being able to “talk and yell” onstage) and from Ballet Master and City Lights Luminary Ricardo Bustamonte.

The Stravinsky Violin Concerto:

San Francisco Ballet in Balanchine’s Stravinsky Violin Concerto © Erik Tomasson

Within the Golden Hour. Some people gasped when they saw this bit:

Sarah Van Patten and Pierre-François Vilanoba in Wheeldon’s Within The Golden Hour. © Erik Tomasson

And West Side Story Suite, about as close to Broadway as ballet can get, with Jets and Sharks and rumbles, oh my:

San Francisco Ballet in Robbins’ West Side Story Suite © Erik Tomasson

So there you have it, Program 6 is quite the spectacle. You might go for one reason and then find something else you like more. And if you sign up for the SF Ballet’s Twitter, you can get a discount April 7-9.

Expected casting, after the jump.

See you there!