Picture this: You’re in a plane, coming back to San Francisco from a long trip. The plane lands at SFO and creates a huge tidal wave splash, equivalent to ten Continue Reading
Video games as forms of entertainment are believed to be tailored more toward white males.
The studio version of Taylor Swift’s “End Game” credits three vocalists, but this particular performance was accompanied by a backing track of the dull humming from a half dozen industrial Continue Reading
A gray fly with bulging eyes buzzes closer. It flits around before settling onto a metal grid for a brief moment. A sizzling sound grows, before crackling loudly, as the Continue Reading
Story by Julian Espinoza and David Rodriguez. Photos by David Rodriguez. As a child, Eugene Riley, now twenty-five, frequently visited San Francisco State University. His mother studied there and he Continue Reading
Those who can, do. Those who cannot, take a class.
Story by Ingrid Mera and Antonio Dos Santos Lau. For many people, commuting in a train filled with characters such as those who wear crazy colored wigs and trash bags Continue Reading
For two decades, from the mid 1950s to 1970s, a dozen missiles sat, primed and ready, just a few miles North of San Francisco’s city limits. They lay in wait Continue Reading
“The very fact that you have chosen to teach your own class is political—it’s radical—and it’s an idea that can spread like wildfire,” Kathy Emery, 63, says to a room Continue Reading
The nocturnal cityscape used to be dominated by glowing tubes of every shape and color. Neon lighting, exposed glass turned vibrant when the gas inside is bombarded with electrodes, was Continue Reading
Congratulations! Thanks to your recent ability to get over your staggering fear of direct eye contact, your clever one-liner that only works 15% of the time, and your well-versed knowledge Continue Reading