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For Pleasure or Pain

For Pleasure or Pain

Jasmine Williams

October 7, 2015

Bay Area rapper and producer, Chris Thomas, breaks up some marijuana that will be rolled into a blunt and smoked in San Francisco, Sept. 13, 2015. (Xpress/ Kofman) By Jasmine Williams [dropcap]B[/dropcap]ehind the multi-colored windows of a secluded storefront, patient David Lewis struggled to choose h...

School’s in Session

School's in Session

Jenna Van De Ryt

October 7, 2015

Kindergartner Victor Cabrera, age 5, is performing a sorting by color math exercise by coloring in teddy bears in dedicated columns, at Cross and Crown Lutheran Elementary School in Rohnert Park, on Wednesday morning, Sept. 23, 2015. (Katie Lewellyn/ Xpress) By Jenna Van De Ryt [dropcap size="50px"]T[/dropcap]...

Five Drought-Savvy Ways to Conserve Water

Michael Leri

April 23, 2015

Here at Xpress Magazine, we posted an article listing ways to save our dying planet. Those are nice but they didn't touch on the bigger issue. Although global warming is a false ploy pushed on us by liberals who want to get elected, California is quickly drying out. I've done my civic duty by compiling ...

California Drought: There Isn’t Much Left

Credit: NASA comparison between 2013 and 2014

Colin Blake

April 5, 2015

Featured Image: NASA comparison between California in 2013 (left) and 2014 (right).   There are 38.8 million people in the state of California. Collectively, they use four trillion gallons of water for domestic and municipal purposes annually. However, that amount accounts for only 20 percent of ...

Coachella descends on Indio once again.

Xpress Mag Staff

April 26, 2014

Written and Photographed by Anais Fuentes Beaming down from the sky with blistering heat, sun rays cover the Empire Polo Fields in Indio, California. This isolated desert area, about a dozen miles away from Palm Springs, is normally a quiet and simple town. However, every year around the month...

Green Roofs give San Francisco a sustainability edge.


October 31, 2011

By Sage Kemmerley Photos by Elijah Nouvelag They sit silent on rooftops and cling quietly to walls. They sneak into small corners of concrete and spread out over thousands of square feet. They’re here, and they mean to stay. From above, these patches of green and bright colors that dot the cityscap...

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