Level3 at The Power Exchange San Francisco | clubZone
By Angela Kilduff Apr 10, Trouble A red light glowed from behind the double doors facing Stevenson Street. Trash littered the road, and a homeless man had made his bed for the night on the sidewalk. Shortly after 9 p.
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By Angela Kilduff May 3, Business But as he cleaned up the 12, square feet of space at 44 Gough St. Because of concern over careers, families or harassment, the Power Exchange patrons included here shared their perspectives on the condition of protecting their identities. Mike Powers stands in front of one of the walls to be painted over. His hair was dyed blonde and black, his nose piercing glittered under the fluorescent lights, and his manicured black and white nails accentuated his gestures.