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The Festival of Light Brightens San Francisco for the Fifth Time

San Francisco is shining bright now until New Year’s day with 37 eco-friendly light art installations located in 17 different neighborhoods…

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50 Years in the Making: Project Rebound Celebrates its Accomplishments

Families, pairs, and solo guests trickled into the dimly lit Jack Adams Hall found at San Francisco State University. Some dressed…

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Take the Rock: Serving Those Who Serve, and Have Served

It is strange to see the San Francisco skyline completely pitch black. The shadows of skyscrapers cast a watchful eye over…

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We Have the Power

“How do we create that revolution?” Almost mirror-like, the art is intended to help people of color see themselves in a…

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The Keys to the Depot

An old Kimball piano is nestled among the tables and chairs in The Depot at San Francisco State University. Surrounded by…

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Seeing Hope Through the Smoke

The air smells like a mix of chemicals and about a thousand bonfires. It feels as if there’s a cloud of…

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Day of the Dead

The sight of white painted faces and indigenous attire. The smell of freshly-picked marigolds and burning incense. The taste of freshly-baked…

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Between the Ropes

BAM! The wrestler’s forearm slams into his opponent’s chest. Crashing to the ground, the wrestler knows this may be his only…

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A Chat with the Editors

Editor-in-chief of Golden Gate Xpress, Lauren Hanussak, interviews editor-in-chief of Xpress Magazine, Samuel Favela, about the first issue of Fall…

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Hollywood Down: Years of Box Office Bombs Tax the Film Industry

I remember that evening my dad woke me up to take me to the movies. I was eight-years-old and it was…

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The Summer of Love: How San Francisco is Recognizing the Iconic Movement

Visitors peer in on colorful artifacts and psychedelic motifs, some stop to take selfies in a light show room where multi-colored…

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What In Tarnation: The Makings of a Play

In a large, nearly empty room, with dark aging wood covering the floors and walls, Jeff Bedillion sits with his two…

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