Guitars Not Guns (GNG) is an international, non-profit organization that has been around for quite some time. Founded by foster parents Ray and Louise Nelson in 1992, the volunteer based program, was recognized by the federal government as an official nonprofit in 2000. Its mission is to provide guitars and lessons to foster kids, at risk youth, and other deserving children in a classroom setting with qualified teachers. No child is turned away for lack of funds, and they also specify that they are not anti-gun, they are anti-gun violence.
Because we live in a packed urban environment, sometimes we forget how close nature really is.
Ellen Degeneres at SF State?! Yeah, not really.
One Direction fans everywhere are crying and definitely don’t know they’re beautiful anymore. I guess that “One Thing” didn’t cut it for Zayn Malik anymore.
A mother and daughter were hit by a car in front of City Sports at Stonestown Galleria.
The $23.9 million renovation project will transform an abandoned historic building into an arts and cultural center.
Ricardo Medina Jr., more commonly known as the red Power Ranger from the series in 2002, has been released from jail.
It’s the end of a sad weekend for Power Ranger fans. Former red power ranger, Ricardo Medina Jr., famous for his role on Power Rangers Wild Force in 2002, has Continue Reading
Move over Patriots and Seahawks – there’s a new bowl in town and coming to your television screen today – and it might be the cutest one yet. Today marks Continue Reading
Hundreds of students gathered in front of SF State’s Cesar Chavez Student Center on Wednesday to get a taste of Greek life on campus.
SF State has announced that there is a new fleet of shuttle buses to take the place of its old fleet. The new grouping of vehicles are said to be Continue Reading