Miscellany

A Defiant Beauty: Matt Gonzalez’ Recent Work, by Erik Noonan, A Guy Should Know, 9/28/13

San Francisco has Highest Minimum Wage in the Country, But Thousands in City Make Less, KQED, 5/06/13

An art benefit — for the artist, by Tim Redmond, SF Bay Guardian, 4/16/13

In Response – Matt Gonzalez, Letter to the Editor, SF Chronicle, 2/04/12

William Theophilus Brown, Bay Area figurative painter, dies at age 92, by Nancy Ewart, SF Examiner, 2/11/12

‘Scissors vs. Brush’: Matt Gonzalez, Tom Schultz by Kimberly Chun, SF Chronicle, 4/28/11

Gonzalez is Defender’s new No. 2, by John Cote and Jessica Kwong, SF Chronicle, 2/23/11

Matt Gonzalez: Return to Public Defender’s Office “a kind of homecoming” by Dan McMenamin, SF Appeal, 2/22/11

Where is the Progressive Candidate in the San Francisco’s Mayor’s Race? by Randy Shaw, BeyondChron, 1/4/11

Matt Gonzalez at Triple Base Gallery by Paul Occam, Mission Loc@l, 12/26/10

Stalwarts of the San Francisco Alternative Scene Call to Establish a Free University of San Francisco, Education News, 12/30/10

San Jose offers settlement in excessive force complaint from SJSU group by Sean Webby, San Jose Mercury News, 12/11/10

Transcript of Matt Gonzalez’s speech at pro-liberty, anti-DC rally, SF Examiner, 9/4/10

Is Matt Gonzalez running for mayor? by Arthur Bruzzone, SF Examiner, 7/7/10

Peter Camejo on the Matt Gonzalez Campaign for Mayor of San Francisco, North Star (Chicago: Haymarket Books, 2010), Chapter 24 (unedited)

Federal Jury Finds Calif. DA Retaliated Against Critic by Cheryl Miller, The Recorder, 8/28/09

All Hope is Local: Quit Whining and Run for Office by Allison Kilkenny, Huffington Post, 11/1/08

Third party VP debate with Libertarian Wayne Allen Root, Independent Matt Gonzalez & Constitution Party candidate Darrell Castle, UNLV, 11/2/08 (debate starts at 2:30)

Matt Gonzalez in New York City at Cooper Union, 10/15/08

Matt Gonzalez @ In vitro Gallery by Anthony Torres, Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art, 10/08

Peter Camejo dies — helped found Green Party, by Rachel Gordon, SF Chronicle, 09/14/08

Ralph Nader Captures Much Needed California Ballot Line by Babette Hogan, 8/6/08

Party Crashers 08 by John Geluardi, SF Weekly, 4/29/08

Charles Campbell Gallery to close for good, by Jesse Hamlin, SF Chronicle, 04/05/08

Gonzalez/Nader Hysteria by Matt Smith, SF Weekly, 3/4/08

Nader’s No. 2 by Jesse McKinley, New York Times, 2/29/08

Nader Chooses Gonzalez as Running Mate by Michelle Levi, CBS News, 2/28/08

Wikipedia Idiots: The Edit Wars of San Francisco by Mary Spicuzza, SF Weekly, 2/13/08

Gonzalez won’t run for mayor, by Cecilia Vega, SF Chronicle, 07/30/07

Yallie’s case — not mayor’s race — brings Gonzalez back to spotlight, by Phil Matier and Andy Ross, SF Chronicle, 01/17/07

Identity-theft suit rejected again, by Charlie Goodyear, SF Chronicle, 06/10/06

Thousands march in Bay Area for immigration rights, by Vanessa Hua, et al, SF Chronicle, 05/01/06

Matt Gonzalez interviews filmmaker Stanley Nelson, SF Bay Guardian, 4/4/06

Man stays out of jail in animal rights case, by Stacy Finz, SF Chronicle, 11/09/05

S.F. State teacher arraigned in arrest incident / Faculty member is said to be considering suing campus police for racial profiling, by Jason Johnson, SF Chronicle, 11/02/05

Best Political Transformation, SF Weekly, 5/11/05

Gonzalez’s last huzzah as a supe / Acclaim for president upon his exit to open law firm for Greens, by Suzanne Herel, SF Chronicle, 01/05/05

Matt Gonzalez’s Political Legacy by Randy Shaw, BeyondChron, 1/3/05

Forever the rebel with a cause, Gonzalez exits left at City Hall / Idealist energized young liberals in strong run for mayor, by Suzanne Herel, SF Chronicle, 01/03/05

Gonzalez resolution urges end to lockout, by George Raine, SF Chronicle, 10/20/04

Supes try to resolve Tenderloin quarrel, by Suzanne Herel, SF Chronicle, 07/30/04

Businesspeople sound off on Gonzalez’ attitudes, by Suzanne Herel, SF Chronicle, 07/22/04

CARL RAKOSI / 1903-2004 / S.F. poet who never seemed old, by Julian Guthrie, SF Chronicle, 07/02/04

Gonzalez rips police reaction to protest / Expensive show of force ‘becoming absurdly predictable’, by Suzanne Herel, SF Chronicle, 06/10/04

Building permit reform up for vote, by Katia Hetter, SF Chronicle, 06/10/04

“Going for Broke:” The Gonzalez Legacy by Richard Marquez, BeyondChron, 4/7/04

Gonzalez won’t run for re-election / Supervisors’ president decides to leave board, by Suzanne Herel, SF Chronicle, 03/30/04

Supervisors OK limits on chain-store expansion, by Katia Hetter, Chronicle, 03/24/04

The Matt Gonzalez Insurgency by James Tracy, Left Turn, 3/1/04

See How They Ran, Laurel Wellman, SF Chronicle, 12/21/03

Absentees Proved Crucial in Newsom’s Victory by Rob Wrenn, The Berkeley Daily Planet, 12/19/03

Matt Gonzalez and Me by John Halle, Counterpunch, 12/16/03

Democrats face fresh votes blow by Christopher Reed, UK Observer, 12/7/03

Burning Man founder Larry Harvey speaks on behalf of Matt Gonzalez, 12/7/03

A Pair of Aces by John Mecklin, SF Weekly, 12/3/03

The Music is Political by Garrett Kamps, SF Weekly, 12/3/03

The Gonzalez insurrection by Marshall Kilduff, SF Chronicle, 12/3/03

Water on the Brain by Jack Cheevers, SF Weekly, 10/15/03

Using Arnold to Get Gavin by Matt Smith, SF Weekly, 10/8/03

Good Government, Green and Simple by Brett Schaeffer, In These Times,2/24/03

Matt Gonzalez Elected President of San Francisco Board of Supervisors by Mike Feinstein, Green Focus, 1/03

Green Party scores a win on S.F. board by Rachel Gordon, SF Chronicle, 1/9/03

Excerpt from the film Bad Reception: The Wireless Revolution in San Francisco (2003), 7/16/01

Bum Advice by Matt Smith, SF Weekly, 5/16/01

Goodbye goldbrick road by Dan Strachota, SF Weekly, 2/28/01

Tail of Two Races by John Mecklin, SF Weekly, 12/6/00

One comment

  1. Thanks for always fighting the good fight, Matt, whether for humans or non-humans! :)

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