Local comedian and political rabblerouser Nato Green stood up before the Board of Supervisors earlier this month and argued against the construction of condos at 1050 Valencia, joining the chorus of critics who claimed the new development would get the non-profit Marsh Theater shut down—a situation we've certainly seen before. Agree with him or not, his testimony is one of the best speeches before the Board we've seen in quiet some time.
(And the critics successful
halted the condo development appealed the development, riding the short wave of anti-gentrification sentiment that's crashing into City Hall.)
[via Courting Comedy]