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The Happy Hour Episode 3: A NECESSARY CONVERSATION Parts 1 & 2

The Happy Hour Episode 3: A NECESSARY CONVERSATION Parts 1 & 2

August 31, 2020

https://soundcloud.com/user-799422257/episode-3-a-necessary-conversation-part-1 Welcome back to The Happy Hour! Your palate cleansing podcast is here to provide some fresh insight on Black experiences during the covid-19 pandemic, and how the intersections of identity shape how we all move through...

Silver Linings – Video Diary

By Karishma Patadia

June 1, 2020

Over the past two months, I have been documenting my time in quarantine. This is the third and final episode of my video diaries. For almost two months now, I have been living in Riverside with my family due to COVID-19. My life, as well as everyone in the world, has been flipped upside down. However,...

It’s a Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

Batman watches over the front door.

Story & Photos by Malakai Wade

April 16, 2020

I’ve been going on a lot of walks during isolation. Having limited at-home workout resources and space, taking a brisk 3-minute stroll around my neighborhood is a great way to get a little exercise. I often go out at dusk, right before the street lamps come on, mainly so I can see the sunset, but a...

At Home with The Kellys

By Paul C. Kelly

April 16, 2020


Recovery through sport: Aaron McMihelk, USMC

Recovery through sport: Aaron McMihelk, USMC

Video by William Wendelman

February 26, 2020

Aaron McMihelk is a retired Marine who was paralyzed during basic training due to an allergic reaction to the immunizations he received entering boot camp. Aaron fought his way through depression and physical challenges to find his passion, training horses. Through the Semper Fi Fund resources and his...

The irreversible approaches

The line trailing off into the distance was attracting people who were not aware of the Surfrider beach cleanup in San Francisco on Oct. 6, 2019

Story by Karishma Patadia and photo by Sandy Scarpa

February 18, 2020

As temperatures and sea levels rise toward irreversible levels, individuals are becoming more aware of ways to maneuver their lives in a sustainable manner. Globally there is a push to demand change in plastic pollution by pushing people in power toward a sustainable lifestyle. We all have heard that plastic...

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