In: culture

Black Panther & Cultural Conversation

Another superhero movie came out this past month. That’s where we are at now. Marvel movies are becoming as essential to…

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Not My President

There is no question that politics and ideas concerning our new president have been the main topic of conversation of…

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Between the Old and New School

Photographs and story by Alex Kofman Coffee shops, bars and restaurants are typically places people have in mind when considering where…

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Art of the Dead

An altar by Mary Ann Statler, 65, of San Louis Obispo at the Dia de los Muertos Festival of Altars in…

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Home Remedy

Cole Emde, the master brewer at Black Sands Brewery on Haight Street in San Francisco, pours himself a pale ale that…

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What’s up with Sia’s new music video?

Most of you have probably already seen Sia’s new controversial music video for “Elastic Heart” featuring Shia LaBeouf and “Dance Moms”…

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The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence Behind the Face: Mark Ruissi

Contributed by: Katie Lewellyn The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence is an order of Queer Nuns in San Francisco whose goal is…

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Inside the East Bay’s Fantasy Makers

A few miles outside of Berkeley is a quaint, two-story home with a white picket fence and an American flag on…

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“Paw-sing” to de-stress

The sidewalks surrounding the corner of 29th and Broadway in Oakland are packed with curious passersby peeping in through large floor-length…

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A Moot Point

For a soccer player, the field is their safe place. It is where they go to blow off steam and forget…

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Art for Profit

As he works on a large scale, lavish mural project on the blight-ridden streets of West Oakland, artist Joshua Mays is…

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Bionic Boys and Girls

Nights are the worst; it is hard to sleep when you fear your child will never wake up. Disease does not…

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