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2000 In Baseball - Events - April–May
... April 11 - The Los Angeles Dodgers edge the San Francisco Giants, 6–5, in the first game played at Pacific Bell Park in San Francisco ... April 29 - The San Francisco Giants finally win, beating the Montreal Expos 2–1 for their first victory at Pacific Bell Park ...
The San Francisco Improv Alliance
... by Shaun Landry, artistic director of Oui Be Negroes, The San Francisco Improv Alliance' is a group of actors dedicated to Improvisational Theater ... The San Francisco Improv Talent Pool also offers improvisational actors a chance at paying work in the craft of improvisational theater through educational, corporate, film, radio and television events ... has expanded out its community resources to improvisers with the city of San Francisco, The County of Alameda for work with The San Francisco Family ...
Jack Johnson (boxer) - Professional Boxing Record
... Win 49–5–9 Al Kaufmann Decision 10 September 9, 1909 San Francisco, CA Retained World Heavyweight title ... ENG Win 45–5–8 Jim Flynn KO 11 (45), 130 November 6, 1907 San Francisco, CA Win 44–5–8 Sailor Burke Decision 6 September 12, 1907 Bridgeport, CT Decision given by the ... Marvin Hart Decision 20 March 28, 1905 San Francisco, CA Win 22–3–5 Ed Martin KO 2 (20) October 18, 1904 Los Angeles, CA Retained World Colored Heavyweight title ...
Willis H. O'Brien - Biography
... in an architect's office and then as a sports cartoonist for the San Francisco Daily News ... and was assistant to the head architect of the 1913 San Francisco World's Fair, where some of his work was displayed ... San Francisco exhibitor Herman Wobber saw this 90-second test footage and commissioned O'Brien to make his first film, The Dinosaur and the Missing Link A Prehistoric Tragedy (1915) for a budget of $5,000 ...

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