Telegraph Hill, San Francisco

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designation1_number 91 '''Telegraph Hill''' (elev. ) is a neighborhood in San Francisco, California. It is one of San Francisco's 44 hills, and one of its original "Seven Hills" (List of hills in San Francisco). Location thumb Telegraph Hill and the Coit Tower (File:TelegraphHillByJuliusReque.jpg) after sunset as seen from the East Bay The ''San Francisco Chronicle'' defines the Chinatown, San Francisco Chinatown


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be found city wide, the San Francisco cable car system, the abstract San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the San Francisco – Oakland Bay Bridge, the ruins of the once great Sutro Baths, and the Transamerica Pyramid. - 3 100px (Image:SFSupervisorDistrict3.svg) David Chiu (David Chiu (politician)) North Beach (North Beach, San Francisco), Chinatown (Chinatown, San Francisco), Telegraph Hill (Telegraph Hill, San Francisco), North


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civic center complex, wider streets, a preference of arterial thoroughfares, a subway under Market Street (Market Street Subway), a more people friendly Fisherman's Wharf (Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco), and a monument to the city on Telegraph Hill (Telegraph Hill, San Francisco), Coit Tower. Loa, along with fellow students Mercury (Mercury (Marvel Comics)) and Onyxx (Onyxx (comics)), was tasked with keeping peace at the riots on Telegraph Hill, San Francisco Telegraph Hill


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of the more eccentric characters in the history of North Beach (North Beach, San Francisco) and Telegraph Hill (Telegraph Hill, San Francisco), smoking cigars and wearing trousers long before it was socially acceptable for women to do so. She was an avid gambler and often dressed like a man in order to gamble in the males-only establishments that dotted North Beach (North Beach, San Francisco, California). Coit was reputed to have shaved her head so her wigs would fit better


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written by Mark Bittner. San Francisco journalist Bret Harte first wrote as "The Bohemian" in ''The Golden Era'' in 1861, with this persona taking part in many satirical doings, the lot published in his book ''Bohemian Papers'' in 1867. Harte wrote, "Bohemia has never been located geographically, but any clear day when the sun is going down, if you mount Telegraph Hill (Telegraph Hill, San Francisco), you shall see its pleasant valleys and cloud-capped hills


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+Francisco,+CA,+USA&sa X&oi map&ct title title Lombard Street accessdate Location Chinatown has been traditionally defined by the neighborhoods of North Beach (North Beach, San Francisco), and Telegraph Hill (Telegraph Hill, San Francisco) areas as bound by Bush Street, Taylor Street, Bay Street, and the water. "North Beach Chinatown Telegraph Hill." '' San Francisco

, was tasked with keeping peace at the riots on Telegraph Hill (Telegraph Hill, San Francisco) after the mutant-hate group "Humanity Now!" marched from Sacramento to San Francisco to promote "Proposition X", displeasing many citizens of San Francisco, mutant and non-mutant alike. After the riots subsided on Telegraph Hill, Cyclops (Cyclops (comics)) came and picked them up, taking them to City Hall. ''Dark Avengers Uncanny X-Men: Utopia #1'' During

the final battle against Norman Osborn's forces, along with Iceman and many of the other x-students, she takes on Mimic (Mimic (comics)). ''Dark Avengers Uncanny X-Men: Exodus #1'' It runs about 16 blocks from the Telegraph Hill (Telegraph Hill, San Francisco) neighborhood south through downtown, terminating at Market Street (Market Street (San Francisco)). South of Columbus Avenue, Montgomery Street runs through the heart of San Francisco's Financial District (San


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+Francisco,+CA,+USA&sa X&oi map&ct title The location of Filbert Street in San Francisco , Google Maps. '''''The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill''''' is a 2005 (2005 in film) documentary film directed, produced, and edited by Judy Irving. It chronicles the relationship between Mark Bittner, an unemployed musician who is living rent-free in a cabin in Telegraph Hill (Telegraph Hill, San Francisco) in San Francisco, California, and a flock of feral


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. The feeding ban was championed by Mark Bittner, the birds' most outspoken supporter who fed them for years and wrote the book ''The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill''. Other local conservationists also supported the ban, though some residents continue to object.


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s (''Aratinga erythrogenys''), descended from escaped or released pets. The flock was popularized by a book and subsequent documentary (2003), both titled ''The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill''. The birds, known in the bird trade as Cherry-headed Conures, are native to Peru and Ecuador; they have established a breeding colony, with the support of some residents, as reported in the film ''The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill'', and through the help of volunteers with http

+Francisco,+CA,+USA&sa X&oi map&ct title The location of Filbert Street in San Francisco , Google Maps. '''''The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill''''' is a 2005 (2005 in film) documentary film directed, produced, and edited by Judy Irving. It chronicles the relationship between Mark Bittner, an unemployed musician who is living rent-free in a cabin in Telegraph Hill (Telegraph Hill, San Francisco) in San Francisco, California, and a flock of feral

parrots (cherry-headed (Red-masked Parakeet) and two blue-crowned conures (Blue-crowned Parakeet)) that he feeds and interacts with. Bittner also wrote a book by the same name on the subject. In May 2007, the documentary aired on the PBS series ''Independent Lens''. thumb right 250px By the time of this postcard circa 1920s, San Francisco had been fully rebuilt. (Image:MarketStreetSanFran.JPG) Almost immediately after the quake re-planning and reconstruction plans


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s (''Aratinga erythrogenys''), descended from escaped or released pets. The flock was popularized by a book and subsequent documentary (2003), both titled ''The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill''. The birds, known in the bird trade as Cherry-headed Conures, are native to Peru and Ecuador; they have established a breeding colony, with the support of some residents, as reported in the film ''The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill'', and through the help of volunteers with http

: www.mickaboo.org Mickaboo Companion Bird Rescue . They range widely, including along The Embarcadero (The Embarcadero (San Francisco)) and in the Presidio (Presidio of San Francisco). A controversial San Francisco city ordinance passed on June 5, 2007, prohibits the feeding of parrots in public spaces

. The feeding ban was championed by Mark Bittner, the birds' most outspoken supporter who fed them for years and wrote the book ''The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill''. Other local conservationists also supported the ban, though some residents continue to object.

Telegraph Hill, San Francisco

'''Telegraph Hill''' (elev. ) is a neighborhood in San Francisco, California. It is one of San Francisco's 44 hills, and one of its original "Seven Hills" (List of hills in San Francisco).

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