Tulips are stacked and handed out by volunteers in order to adhere to San Francisco health regulations spurred by recent COVID-19 developments during the American Tulip Festival at Union Square on March 7, 2020 (Photo by William Wendelman)

Health concerns cause American Tulip Day event to scale down

Despite the rain and recent COVID-19 health scare, hundreds of people still clustered around Union Square to collect free tulips on Saturday, March 7. However, the event was different than in past years. After...

American Football plays at the Fillmore on their first night during their stay in San Francisco on Thursday, Dec. 11.

Dances on the Wall: American Football @ The Fillmore

Lorisa Salvatin December 12, 2014

Words and Photos by Lorisa Salvatin A rim of light lines a dark figure anchored at center stage, his silhouette intensifies against the green glow of an iconic image of a house with windows, a glow projected...

‘Swan Lake’: A modern retelling of a classic love story

Airha Dominguez October 25, 2014

http://youtu.be/9kdLVO3Alyw A preview of The Australian Ballet's Swan Lake by Calperformances. An elegant set combined with minimalistic props, dramatic lighting, and superb dance techniques make...

Concert Review: Porter Robinson

Concert Review: Porter Robinson

Lorisa Salvatin September 18, 2014

Lights showered down on hundreds of people filling the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium last Friday, their bodies moving and hands waving to the thumping bass emitted from the stage. On occasion, a colorful...

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