Art for Profit

Chantel Genest December 19, 2014

http://youtu.be/UEVqRgNUqTg As he works on a large scale, lavish mural project on the blight-ridden streets of West Oakland, artist Joshua Mays is approached by a local business owner. The middle-aged...

A new oasis for SF drag

Chantel Genest December 12, 2014

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9MN_0VIOxYI&feature=youtu.be Trannyshack has spent the past twenty years performing in various venues and touring around the world, but this New Year’s Eve, San...

Fleetwood Mac delivers an unforgettable show at Oracle Arena

Chantel Genest December 5, 2014

Harmony and sentiment filled the Oracle Arena as the recently reunited Fleetwood Mac took the stage Wednesday night. With Christine McVie back behind the keyboard with her low,melodic voice, this On...

Bill Cosby Stays Silent About 15 Rape Allegations

Chantel Genest November 20, 2014

Bill Cosby is being accused of multiple accounts of rape and has nothing to say to us about it. The man who has spent decades building up one of the nation’s most proper and morally sound celebrity reputations,...

Shuddle, an uber app for kids

Chantel Genest November 1, 2014

  Would you trust your child getting into a car with a stranger? One of the first things we learn when we are young, but finally able to exist more than ten feet away from mom or dad, is...

Sticker Stealer

Chantel Genest October 26, 2014

Passersby walk their dogs and examine their phones as the wind blows, paying no mind to the man climbing up a streetlight in the middle of a busy sidewalk. One leg supported by the base,...

A Culture of Violence is Alive and Well in the NFL

Chantel Genest September 11, 2014

Janay Rice was a victim of domestic violence. As individuals who have never had to walk in the shoes of a victim of abuse, we do not know how to accept that she could endure such treatment, even once,...

Tune In, Go Native

Tune In, Go Native

Chantel Genest May 23, 2014

http://youtu.be/5cnBpwE4pe0 Written by Chantel Genest Photos and video by Tony Santos It is seven thirty at night and as students make their way home and the campus slowly calms, the Creative Arts...

Pitch Black Symphony

Chantel Genest May 14, 2014

Written By Chantel Genest Photographed by Lorisa Salvatin You are acutely aware of a bang and a roar, a drum cymbal between a ticking beat traveling from your left to your right. A toad croaks amidst...

Fur and Loving: Unzipping the SF Furry Culture

Chantel Genest April 3, 2014

Written by Chantel Genest A purple fox is spotted walking upright on Harrison Street in the Mission District. It halts at the corner, greeted with hugs from a brown teddy bear, a silver wolf,...

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