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DINNER CLOSE TO CAPACITY (see drinks invite 6:30 p.m.; we can check dinner situation then)

Join fellows and staff of D.W. Reynolds Journalism Institute for dinner on Friday, Oct. 2 7:30 p.m.

Come to a "birds-of-a-feather" dinner during the Online News Association convention in San Francisco. We'll cover the tip, but come prepared to cover the cost of your meal -- it's "Dutch Treat."

      • Share with us your project or ideas for helping sustain or morph journalism
      • Learn about the RJI Fellows program

WHERE: Café de la Press, 352 Grant Ave., (between Bush & Sutter streets) (415) 398-2680
WHEN: Sit down at 7:30 p.m., Fri., Oct. 2
WHAT: Dinner at a small bistro-style French restaurant VIEW MENU PDF


CAFE HOME PAGE . . . / . . . MENU (PDF) . . . / . . . DIRECTIONS FROM HILTON/Union Square

OPTIONAL: Join us pre-dinner at 6:30 p.m. at Rouge Et Blanc, 334 Grant St., a Nob Hill wine bar owned by and two doors from Cafe de la Press. It's The MediaShift TweetUp@ Route Blanc, with Mark Glaser of MediaShift with your first drink on Mark. No reservation for drinks, but please email Bill Densmore if you're joining us for dinner at 7:30 p.m. next door at Cafe de la Press.


A priority is to get a little bit away from Union Square, which is touristy, but have it still be possible for hardy folks who want a little exercise to walk to dinner. The restaurant is eight blocks -- 3/4-mile, a 15-minute walk or five-minute cab ride -- from the hotel. Here's a Google map with directions.

RESERVED SEATS:

  1. Tanja Aitamurto, blogger/research on journalism innovation, Stanford University, San Francisco
  2. Jacqui Banaszynski, 2009-2010 Fellow, Reynolds Journalism Institute, Columbia, Mo.
  3. Clyde Bentley, 2009-2010 Fellow, Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute, Columbia, Mo.
  4. Liza Boyd, editor, BayNewser.com, San Francisco
  5. Jane Briggs-Bunting, Professor, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
  6. Serena Carpenter, Researcher/Professor/Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ
  7. Carole Christie, communications director, Reynolds Journalism Institute, Columbia, Mo.
  8. Jeff Vander Clute, president, CircLabs Inc., Palo Alto, Calif.
  9. E.G. Cole, writer, San Francisco, Calif.
  10. Larry Daily, University of Nevada-Reno
  11. Bill Densmore, 2008-2009 RJI Fellow, director Media Giraffe Project, co-founder CircLabs Inc., Williamstown, Mass.
  12. Nancie Dodge, Instructor, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ
  13. Linda Fantin, director, Public Insight Journalism, Minnesota Public Radio/American Public Media, St. Paul, Minn.
  14. Fabrice Florin, founder, NewsTrust.net, Marin County, Calif.
  15. Amy Gahran, news/media consultant and co-editor, [http;//www.rjicollaboratory.org RJI Collaboratory,] Boulder, Colo.
  16. Mark Glaser, columnist/blogger, PBS-MediaShift, San Francisco
  17. Mark Hinojosa, interactive-media director, The Detroit News, Detroit, Mich.
  18. Randi Jesse, Editor, Richmond Times-Dispatch, Richmond, Calif.
  19. Burt Herman, social network developer, Palo Alto, Calif.
  20. Pamela Johnson, executive director, Reynolds Journalism Institute, Columbia, Mo.
  21. Suzie Katz, president/founder, [photowings.org PhotoWings.org,]
  22. Katie Kemple, communications manager, Public Media's Economy Story, Arlington, Va
  23. Kevin Koehler, student, Wake Forest University and co-founder, CoPress.org
  24. Kirk LaPointe, Managing Editor, The Vancouver Sun
  25. J.D. Lasica, founder, SocialMedia.biz, San Francisco
  26. Beth Lawton, manager, digital media, Newspaper Association of America, Arlington, Va.
  27. Andrew Lih, USC Annenberg School of Journalism, author of The Wikipedia Revolution [1]
  28. Meghan Louttit, producer, WashingtonPost.com, Arlington, Va.
  29. Pamela MacLean, Senior Editor, RedwoodAge.com, Marin County, Calif.
  30. Logan Molen, chief operating officer and digital media overlord at The Bakersfield Californian.
  31. Tom Murphy, founder-EIC, Newswire21.org; founder-EIC RedwoodAge.com; SF Bay Area.
  32. Steve Myers, managing editor, Poynter Online, The Poynter Institute, St. Petersburg, Fla.
  33. Chris O'Brien, director, NextNewsroom.org,columnist, San Jose Mercury News, San Jose, Calif.
  34. Dan Pacheco, social networking / journalism guy (Bakotopia etc.) and founder of Printcasting
  35. Barry Parr, editor-publisher, Coastsider.com, Montara, Calif.
  36. Powers, Kat, managing editor-metro unit, GateHouse Media/Wicked Local, Needham, Mass.
  37. Rafter, Michelle, business blogger, Portland, Ore.
  38. Reily, Sean, Reynolds Journalism Institute fellow 2009-2010 / director, editorial business and planning, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles
  39. Carol Schwalbe, Professor, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ
  40. Leslie-Jean Thornton, Professor, Arizona State University, Phoenix, Ariz.
  41. Lisa Pickoff-White, multimedia producer, California Watch, Berkeley, Calif.
  42. Suzanne Yada, copy editor and journalism student, San Jose State University

DINNER CLOSE TO CAPACITY / after 5 p.m. EMAIL BILL DENSMORE TO CONFIRM SPACE

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