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“Chris Patnode, a ruddy-faced self-described wanderer who is staying in a local SRO, said he liked the idea of Tenderloin tourism and seemed to be willing to welcome outsiders.”
“We offer a kind of grittiness you can't find much anymore," said Randy Shaw, a longtime San Francisco housing advocate and a driving force behind the idea of Tenderloin tourism.”
“To many, the Tenderloin is a poor and stigmatized area, to be avoided if possible, rushed through if necessary.”
“Chris Patnode, a ruddy-faced self-described wanderer who is staying in a local SRO, said he liked the idea of Tenderloin tourism, and seemed to be willing to welcome outsiders.”
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“There is a well-known French restaurant in the "Tenderloin" district which provides its patrons with small but elegantly appointed private dining-rooms.”
“There was one set in a place called the Tenderloin and he’d spent half the book describing this place in such detail, I wanted to go there.”
“Later on, when he came to know the "Tenderloin," he met this same actor, and he found that he had begun life as a little Irish”
“Higbee would word it, with the improving moral incident of his own son snatched as a brand from the "Tenderloin," to live a life of impecunious usefulness in far Chicago.”
“Some of the latter tracks such as 'Tenderloin' and 'E. T.I' scramble up to higher levels of artistic exploration.”
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