Special Event Tonight!

September 20, 2010
By Victoria Schlesinger

Monday, September 20, Alison and Victoria will participate in a reporter’s panel hosted by the San Francisco Public Press about the future of Treasure Island’s redevelopment plans. Here are all the deets:

Mixer and panel discussion co-hosted by SF Public Press and Shareable.net at the Hub SoMa. Join us for drinks and appetizers, and hear from our Treasure Island reporting team about San Francisco’s $6 billion plans for a green remake of this artificial island in the Bay. They’ll also share updates on what’s happened since the Public Press published the special section on Treasure Island in the June print edition. (Read it online at http://sfpublicpress.org/news/special-reports/treasure-island)

Panelists: Jeremy Adam Smith, Alison Hawkes, Victoria Schlesinger and Christopher D. Cook.

WHEN: Monday, Sept. 20 — 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

WHERE: Hub SoMa, 901 Mission St. @ 5th St., SF

RSVP: Sign up here or send your name and the number of people in your party to rsvp [at] sfpublicpress [dot] org.

General admission – $10, Students – $5 (pay at the door)

*** Public Press members admitted free! ***

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