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This revolution will not be televised

Originally posted on the Bay Area Reporter “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised,” the title and refrain written by Gil Scott-Heron in 1970, is far better known than its last line: “[t]he Revolution will be live.” In fact, 1970 was also the year I finished elementary school knowing I was different and “wrong,” without knowing […]

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Charlie Spiegel interviewed on KQED – What Happens to San Francisco’s Recycling Once It Leaves the Curb?

Take a trip to Recology’s Recycle Central, where San Francisco’s waste is sorted and sent off for processing. This week on Bay Curious, we answer a question from Noe Valley resident Charlie Spiegel, who wondered where his recycling ends up. Charlie Spiegel is one of those people obsessed with getting recycling right. “Like the peanut […]

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  • Contact Charles Spiegel

    Main Office and Mailing Address: 1102 Sanchez St
    San Francisco, CA 94114

    (415) 644-4555 CharlesSpiegelLaw@gmail.com

    Also Seeing Clients:
    at 870 Market St., S.F., Ca.
    and in Montclair (Oakland)
    and in Orinda.

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  • About Charles Spiegel

    Charlie Spiegel's San Francisco practice includes prenuptial planning, divorce and custody mediation, adoption, surrogacy and real estate matters. Charlie served as Co-Chair of the National Board of Lambda Legal, and was a founding Executive Director of Our Family, the bay area's LGBT family organization. He served on the Board of Directors for KidsTurn.org and Collaborative Practice California; and and now serves on the Board of CP-SF.com.

    Charlie has had 20 years of wide experience in real estate since graduating New York University School of Law with honors, He received a Fammy award from San Francisco's Jewish Family & Children's Services in 2009 for his advocacy for families. He has lived and raised his family in the SF Bay Area since just before the Loma Prieta earthquake in 1989.