Streets of San Francisco.
It starts with (San Antonio) Churchill. They're the closest things to a super team this region has this year and (San Antonio) Clark has a very solid team so it's going to be hard to contend if we don't play well.
I'm pulling Paris into the 21st century, and this visit to San Francisco has helped speed things up. I will bring back to Paris contacts, desires, wishes and know-how.
With one of the lowest pay scales in California, officers are leaving San Diego and going to other cities where they can earn a fair wage.
The opportunity is almost wide open. All 12 national wildlife refuges and state wildlife areas in the northern San Joaquin Valley will be open for children at no charge. They must be accompanied by a non-shooting adult chaperone. Up to two children may accompany one adult.
I've always thought Steve could be mayor of San Francisco without too much of a fight. That's just the kind of man he is, and how highly he's regarded in that town. Everybody knows he didn't have an easy job following Joe Montana. The way he did it says all you need to know about him, and then he made quite a career for himself, too.
We have reports of motion being perceptible from way south of Los Angeles to way north of San Francisco.
Kyle is at home (in San Antonio) taking classes, so he can get squared away academically. We hope that, when it's all said and done, he gets healthy, that he stays on track academically and that he'll be here in the summer to work out with us. He's a very important part of this team.
Listen, citizens of San Francisco, if you vote against military recruiting, you're not going to get another nickel in federal funds. Fine. You want to be your own country? Go right ahead.
I think the Saints will go over real well in San Antonio, but I'm partial to San Antonio because I think it's a wonderful place and has a lot of things to offer.
Head-to-head and everything being equal, San Antonio is still the better team. But San Antonio has never been able to repeat as champions because injuries have always been a factor. They win their championships after they have a short season the year before.
Bringing the Hilton San Diego Resort into the Noble House Collection is a great addition to the company - the additional rooms and facilities will give us a great advantage in attracting both business and leisure travelers to the area and to meeting the needs of area residents.
One of the benefits of the model is that the San Joaquin Valley gets to reap the rewards of having additional health care practitioners in the community.
Just as children in the San Joaquin Valley deserve access to a UC education, children here also deserve access to the high quality health care that the UC could bring to this area.
There are so many memories from that year. Playing the regional in San Antonio was one of the craziest environments I've ever been in. It was an unbelievable situation. Then walking on the court in front of 50,000 people at the Final Four was something else. I've never been in front of a crowd that big.
These guys were all rednecks, but they just loved music! We'd drive all the way down to San Antonio and go to Eastwood Country Club, which is the Black club... And we'd go to Ft. Worth to The Cave.
Who could argue with the 'New Orleans Saints of San Antonio'?
Silliness, pure silliness. There was Roy Rogers' Sons of the Pioneers, there was the Sons of the San Joaquin. It was in that spirit, and tongue-in-cheek, but we've had it for all these years and it's served us well, I think.
We play in one of the toughest leagues in San Diego. You just don't get a breather in this league.
San Diegans are people who like outdoor entertainment. We go to the zoo, the park, the theater. Lifestyle's important to people here, and going to Starlight is part of that equation.
[San Diego | Poor outings on successive nights by Brian Lawrence and Woody Williams have the Padres concerned about the two for the upcoming playoffs.] Woody has been pitching better than Brian, ... We'll talk about it.
We feel like there's a bit of a glass ceiling in San Francisco. We're full out -- we're so ... driven but, and I may be wrong, it seems like there's very little industry here.
One night we're playing San Francisco at home and Troy pulled a ball foul, it hit me right in the butt. (Giants second baseman) Ray Durham nearly fell down he was laughing so hard. I didn't go down, didn't even rub. But man it hurt. Troy got a kick out of that.
We are racing on Saturday with San Diego in mind.
At San Diego, there was almost a sense of we were scared to fail. Our biggest change has been at the plate. It's black and white.