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Summary.     Click for More >   Anti-War Protestors Set Up 'Camp Casey'  They are dressing warmly to show support for protestors camping out under the hot sun outside Crawford Protestors Camp Out PG&E Issues Report on Cause of Explosion Crowds Jam SF for Fleet Week 9-Year-Old Boy Swims Alcatraz To SF  The boy swam the cold, choppy waters, raising $30,000 in donations for Hurricane Katrina victims 3 Children Tossed Into Bay  Police are searching the waters around Pier 7, after a woman tossed 3 children off the pier and into the bay Blaze Wracks Chinatown Restaurant War Protesters Swarm Streets Prince Pushes Environmental Aims
Jobs unveils cut-rate computer 250,000 Gather For Chinese Parade Explosion and Fire in Apartment Building SF Celebrates St. Patrick's Day VP Quietly Slips Into Town For Fundraiser Rally outside Governor's dinner Hotel workers' march results in 37 arrests 'Star Wars' Premiere Held Kenyans leading Bay to Breakers Rice Defends Iraq Policy in SF Speech   Mayor Opens Environmental Conference  Gavin Newsom presided over the opening of The UN World Environment Day Conference Al Gore: Global Warming a Real Threat Annual gay pride parade Woman burned in underground explosion
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B. 05-12 'Star Wars' Premiere Held SF Downtown
2. 05-27 Rice Defends Iraq Policy in SF Speech Davies Hall
3. 06-02 Mayor Opens Environmental Conference SF Downtown
4. 06-26 Annual gay pride parade SF Downtown
08-19 Woman burned in underground explosion SF Downtown
6. 08-20 Anti-War Protestors Set Up 'Camp Casey' SF Downtown
H. 10-10 9-Year-Old Boy Swims Alcatraz To SF SF Downtown
I. 10-19 3 Children Tossed Into Bay SF Downtown




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Jobs unveils cut-rate computer  Apple Computer chief executive introduced the computer the size of a paperback and a tiny iPod that starts at $99 Anti-abortion demonstration Riders Protest Muni Fare Hike Proposal Drivers to Pay Toll in Downtown? 250,000 Gather For Chinese Parade  Despite sporadic rain, of people lined the streets to watch the Annual Chinese New Year parade Explosion and Fire in Apartment Building  An explosion of 400 rounds of ammunition and 3-alarm fire in Russian Hill sent residents running for cover Cable Cars Resume Service After Strike SF Celebrates St. Patrick's Day  The sound of bagpipes filled Market St. as the city turned green for the 153rd annual parade VP Quietly Slips Into Town For Fundraiser  A brief visit by Dick Cheney caused a small stir in the financial district. Sansome Street was shut down 25,000 out of power Rally outside Governor's dinner  A rally involving nurses, teachers and firefighters is raging outside a fund-raising dinner for Schwarzenegger Hotel workers' march results in 37 arrests  During a march for a new union contract, 37 people were arrested for trespassing at the Hilton Hotel 'Star Wars' Premiere Held  A well-heeled crowd lined the red carpet for a premiere showing of Episode III: Revenge of the Sith Kenyans leading Bay to Breakers  26 year old Gilbert Okari took first place in the 94th annual race, finishing the course in 34 minutes, 49 seconds Elderly Tourist Stabbed At Hotel Rice Defends Iraq Policy in SF Speech  Condoleezza Rice's was a lightning rod for protest. The demonstrators were taken out of the hall by police   Mayor Opens Environmental Conference


January 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jan.7  High Winds, Surf Flood Embarcadero
Jan.11  
Jan.17  Hundreds join annual MLK march
Jan.22
Jan.28  Paris Hilton accompanies parents to ballet
Jan.31


February 2005 ... more > Top ^
Feb.15
 Fire at Landmark Restaurant
Feb.19  Hit-run suspected in death of woman, 68
 Chinese parade: Falun Gong rejected
Feb.20  


March 2005 ... more > Top ^
Mar.1  
Mar.2
Mar.13  
Mar.15  MUNI Rerouted For Bridge Construction
Mar.17  Holiday Inn Downtown to become Hilton
Mar.20  
Mar.22  Approval For North Beach Retail Ban
Mar.24  Proposals would add 11,000 housing units
Mar.26  Hotel Dispute Makes City Less Competitive
Mar.31  YMCA to sell site, build a new gym nearby
 New Off-Ramp Opens


April 2005 ... more > Top ^
Apr.1  Fire At Conservatory Of Music
Apr.5  
Apr.6  Transbay project runs into obstacle
Apr.9  Revival in office rentals
Apr.21  Old Federal Reserve building sold
Apr.22  Fire under Pier 19


May 2005 ... more > Top ^
May.3  
May.10  Homeless Pair Hailed As Heroes
May.11  Atlanta investor buys Warfield
May.12  
May.15  Man shot and killed
 
May.22  Minor Injuries After 2-Alarm Blaze
May.23  Medical Mystery At Police Station
May.24
May.27  
 Transbay project halted


June 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jun.2  Gunman caused chaotic scene
 
  Gavin Newsom presided over the opening of The UN World Environment Day Conference
 Bloomingdale's mall gets final beam Jun.5   Al Gore: Global Warming a Real Threat  At the United Nation's environmental conference former Vice President gave an impassioned speech Jun.6  Apple Switches to Intel Microprocessors Jun.7  1 Market St. changes hands for $198m Jun.9 Hotel Workers March Through Downtown Jun.23  UCSF plan to house its staff Jun.26   Annual gay pride parade  At 35th annual parade the colorfully clothed crowd was in jovial spirits, and musical groups entertained the crowd

July 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jul.1  Historic Sir Francis Drake has new owner Jul.3 Power Outage Hits Cable Cars
Jul.9  BofA Center For sale: $1.25 billion Unions Urging Conventions to Not Meet Jul.21 2 people stabbed Died following shooting Jul.27  Commercial rents increase

August 2005 ... more > Top ^
Aug.8  Linux fans to flock to Moscone Aug.16  Woman Found Dead In Chinatown Aug.17 200 demonstrators hold vigil
Aug.19   Woman burned in underground explosion
  The blast appeared to have come from a PG&E vault and was centered around the Crocker Galleria buckling the sidewalk
Aug.20     Anti-War Protestors Set Up 'Camp Casey'
  They are dressing warmly to show support for protestors camping out under the hot sun outside Crawford
Aug.21   Protestors Camp Out  War Memorial building was the setting for an overnight antiwar gathering with tents and sleeping bags Aug.23  Truck Crashes Into Adult Video Arcade

September 2005 ... more > Top ^
Sep.4  Auto club to move from S.F.   PG&E Issues Report on Cause of Explosion  The water entered an insulated chamber, mixed with oil there, decreasing the oil's insulating properties Sep.5  2 shot while they were in car Hurricane Shelter Built Under Cathedral Sep.6 Harrison Street Off Ramp Closes Sep.11  Hundreds 'Run to Remember' 9-11 Sep.14  Pacific Exchange deal Okd Sep.17 2-Alarm Union Square Hotel Fire Sep.19 PG&E: Moisture Cause Of Explosion Sep.20 Oracle faithful gather at Moscone Sep.22  Ellison predicts a big future Sep.23 Investors to buy BofA building for $1.05b

October 2005 ... more > Top ^
Oct.7  Woman struck and killed on Market Street Oct.8 Frothy feeling at Web 2.0
Oct.9   Crowds Jam SF for Fleet Week  The typically crowded tourist area at Pier 39 was packed as people took in food and live music Oct.10   9-Year-Old Boy Swims Alcatraz To SF
  The boy swam the cold, choppy waters, raising $30,000 in donations for Hurricane Katrina victims
Oct.15  Huge hotel set to rise by Moscone Oct.19   3 Children Tossed Into Bay
  Police are searching the waters around Pier 7, after a woman tossed 3 children off the pier and into the bay
One child body recovered Oct.24 Hall of Justice Not Ready For Major Quake  Mysterious Incident Leaves Man In Coma Oct.25  City College announced new location Oct.30   Blaze Wracks Chinatown Restaurant
Map of Washington Street San Francisco  A 3-alarm kitchen fire turned a restaurant on Washington Street into what firefighters called a 'brick oven'

November 2005 ... more > Top ^
Nov.2   War Protesters Swarm Streets  On the same day that 5 U.S. troops were killed in Iraq, 1,500 protestors demand the resignation of Bush Nov.4 Final Weekend Of Closures For 2005
Nov.7   Prince Pushes Environmental Aims  Prince of Wales focused on his environmental goals at a speech at the ferry building Nov.12 Man died after he was shot

December 2005 ... more > Top ^
Dec.15 Water main break floods neighborhood
Dec.18 Deadly Shooting At Market Dec.26 Drive By Shooting Dec.29 RockSlide On Telegraph Hill



Explosion and Fire in Apartment Building  An explosion of 400 rounds of ammunition and 3-alarm fire in Russian Hill sent residents running for cover 25,000 out of power Al Gore: Global Warming a Real Threat  At the United Nation's environmental conference former Vice President gave an impassioned speech Power Outage Hits Cable Cars Woman burned in underground explosion




San Francisco Downtown, 2005 Accidents Timeline ... See Bay Area Accidents timeline, World Accidents timeline Top ^
2005
Jan.7  High Winds, Surf Flood Embarcadero
Feb.15  Fire at Landmark Restaurant
Feb.19  Hit-run suspected in death of woman, 68
Mar.1
Mar.26
Apr.1  Fire At Conservatory Of Music
Apr.22  Fire under Pier 19
May.22  Minor Injuries After 2-Alarm Blaze
May.23  Medical Mystery At Police Station
Jun.5
Jul.3
Aug.16  Woman Found Dead In Chinatown
Aug.19
  The blast appeared to have come from a PG&E vault and was centered around the Crocker Galleria buckling the sidewalk
Aug.23  Truck Crashes Into Adult Video Arcade Sep.5 Hurricane Shelter Built Under Cathedral
Sep.17 2-Alarm Union Square Hotel Fire Sep.19 PG&E: Moisture Cause Of Explosion Oct.7  Woman struck and killed on Market Street Oct.24 Hall of Justice Not Ready For Major Quake Oct.24  Mysterious Incident Leaves Man In Coma Oct.30 Blaze Wracks Chinatown Restaurant
Map of Washington Street San Francisco  A 3-alarm kitchen fire turned a restaurant on Washington Street into what firefighters called a 'brick oven' Nov.4 Final Weekend Of Closures For 2005 Dec.15 Water main break floods neighborhood Dec.29 RockSlide On Telegraph Hill



San Francisco Downtown, 2005 Science & Education Timeline ... See Bay Area Science & Education timeline, World Science & Education timeline Top ^
2005 Jun.23  UCSF plan to house its staff Oct.25  City College announced new location



San Francisco Downtown, 2005 Sports Timeline ... See Bay Area Sports timeline, World Sports timeline Top ^
2005 May.15 Kenyans leading Bay to Breakers  26 year old Gilbert Okari took first place in the 94th annual race, finishing the course in 34 minutes, 49 seconds Sep.11  Hundreds 'Run to Remember' 9-11 Oct.10 9-Year-Old Boy Swims Alcatraz To SF
  The boy swam the cold, choppy waters, raising $30,000 in donations for Hurricane Katrina victims




San Francisco Downtown, 2005 Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Business timeline, World Business timeline Top ^
2005 Jan.11 Jobs unveils cut-rate computer  Apple Computer chief executive introduced the computer the size of a paperback and a tiny iPod that starts at $99 Jan.28  Paris Hilton accompanies parents to ballet Feb.15 Drivers to Pay Toll in Downtown?
Feb.20 250,000 Gather For Chinese Parade  Despite sporadic rain, of people lined the streets to watch the Annual Chinese New Year parade Mar.2 Cable Cars Resume Service After Strike Mar.13 SF Celebrates St. Patrick's Day  The sound of bagpipes filled Market St. as the city turned green for the 153rd annual parade Mar.15  MUNI Rerouted For Bridge Construction Mar.17  Holiday Inn Downtown to become Hilton Mar.22  Approval For North Beach Retail Ban Mar.24  Proposals would add 11,000 housing units Mar.26  Hotel Dispute Makes City Less Competitive Mar.31  YMCA to sell site, build a new gym nearby Mar.31  New Off-Ramp Opens Apr.1  Fire At Conservatory Of Music Apr.6  Transbay project runs into obstacle Apr.9  Revival in office rentals Apr.21  Old Federal Reserve building sold May.3 Hotel workers' march results in 37 arrests  During a march for a new union contract, 37 people were arrested for trespassing at the Hilton Hotel May.11  Atlanta investor buys Warfield May.12 'Star Wars' Premiere Held  A well-heeled crowd lined the red carpet for a premiere showing of Episode III: Revenge of the Sith May.27  Transbay project halted Jun.2  Bloomingdale's mall gets final beam Jun.6  Apple Switches to Intel Microprocessors Jun.7  1 Market St. changes hands for $198m Jun.9 Hotel Workers March Through Downtown Jun.23  UCSF plan to house its staff Jun.26 Annual gay pride parade  At 35th annual parade the colorfully clothed crowd was in jovial spirits, and musical groups entertained the crowd Jul.1  Historic Sir Francis Drake has new owner Jul.9  BofA Center For sale: $1.25 billion Jul.9 Unions Urging Conventions to Not Meet Jul.27  Commercial rents increase Aug.8  Linux fans to flock to Moscone Sep.4  Auto club to move from S.F. Sep.4 PG&E Issues Report on Cause of Explosion  The water entered an insulated chamber, mixed with oil there, decreasing the oil's insulating properties Sep.6 Harrison Street Off Ramp Closes Sep.14  Pacific Exchange deal Okd Sep.20 Oracle faithful gather at Moscone Sep.22  Ellison predicts a big future Sep.23 Investors to buy BofA building for $1.05b Oct.8 Frothy feeling at Web 2.0 Oct.9 Crowds Jam SF for Fleet Week  The typically crowded tourist area at Pier 39 was packed as people took in food and live music Oct.15  Huge hotel set to rise by Moscone



San Francisco Downtown, 2005 Crime Timeline ... See Bay Area Crime timeline, World Crime timeline Top ^
2005 Feb.19  Hit-run suspected in death of woman, 68 May.15  Man shot and killed May.24 Elderly Tourist Stabbed At Hotel
Jun.2  Gunman caused chaotic scene Jul.21 2 people stabbed Jul.21 Died following shooting Sep.5  2 shot while they were in car Oct.19 3 Children Tossed Into Bay
  Police are searching the waters around Pier 7, after a woman tossed 3 children off the pier and into the bay
Oct.19 One child body recovered
Nov.12 Man died after he was shot Dec.18 Deadly Shooting At Market Dec.26 Drive By Shooting



San Francisco Downtown, 2005 Politics Timeline ... See Bay Area Politics timeline, World Politics timeline Top ^
2005 Jan.17  Hundreds join annual MLK march Jan.22 Anti-abortion demonstration
Jan.31 Riders Protest Muni Fare Hike Proposal Feb.15 Drivers to Pay Toll in Downtown? Feb.19  Chinese parade: Falun Gong rejected Mar.20 VP Quietly Slips Into Town For Fundraiser  A brief visit by Dick Cheney caused a small stir in the financial district. Sansome Street was shut down Mar.22  Approval For North Beach Retail Ban Mar.24  Proposals would add 11,000 housing units Apr.5 Rally outside Governor's dinner  A rally involving nurses, teachers and firefighters is raging outside a fund-raising dinner for Schwarzenegger May.3 Hotel workers' march results in 37 arrests  During a march for a new union contract, 37 people were arrested for trespassing at the Hilton Hotel May.10  Homeless Pair Hailed As Heroes May.27 Rice Defends Iraq Policy in SF Speech  Condoleezza Rice's was a lightning rod for protest. The demonstrators were taken out of the hall by police Jun.2   Mayor Opens Environmental Conference
  Gavin Newsom presided over the opening of The UN World Environment Day Conference
Jun.5 Al Gore: Global Warming a Real Threat  At the United Nation's environmental conference former Vice President gave an impassioned speech Jun.9 Hotel Workers March Through Downtown
Jun.26 Annual gay pride parade  At 35th annual parade the colorfully clothed crowd was in jovial spirits, and musical groups entertained the crowd Aug.17 200 demonstrators hold vigil Aug.20   Anti-War Protestors Set Up 'Camp Casey'
  They are dressing warmly to show support for protestors camping out under the hot sun outside Crawford
Aug.21 Protestors Camp Out  War Memorial building was the setting for an overnight antiwar gathering with tents and sleeping bags Sep.11  Hundreds 'Run to Remember' 9-11 Nov.2 War Protesters Swarm Streets  On the same day that 5 U.S. troops were killed in Iraq, 1,500 protestors demand the resignation of Bush Nov.7 Prince Pushes Environmental Aims  Prince of Wales focused on his environmental goals at a speech at the ferry building