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Annual flower festival kicks off Chinese New Year’s celebration

January 30, 2020

Every year, people gather in San Francisco to celebrate the flower fair where they can browse and make purchases from the displays of flowers, fruits, and candy, simultaneously...

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Alcatraz Sunrise Ceremony commemorates history and celebrates the future

November 30, 2019

While most of the Bay Area was fast asleep, looking forward to the turkey feast they would indulge in, a quarter-mile-long line stretched past Pier 33 to buy tickets for a ferry...

Carlmont forms a symbiotic relationship with the Exploratorium

November 2, 2019

The Exploratorium strives to engage high school students through visits and its High School Explainer Program. Recently, the Exploratorium celebrated its 50th anniversary on Founders Day....

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Activists commemorate historic blockade of militarized weapons

October 30, 2019

Few actions inspire more pride for Bay Area Palestinian activists than the blockade of an Israeli shipping line at California’s Port of Oakland on Oct. 24, 2014. A diverse...

Sam Stampleman practices on strengthening his grand jeté in the dance studio.

Sam Stampleman dances into the hearts of the San Francisco Ballet

September 23, 2019

The velvet curtains rustle as the dancers rush to rehearse their routines, perfect their appearance, and mentally prepare for the adrenaline of the stage. It’s the annual...

A group of people dance to the beat of the Irish jig.

San Francisco salutes Irish heritage with annual parade

March 20, 2019

The sun beamed down on the crowded streets of San Francisco last Saturday as thousands came together to celebrate one of the biggest annual Saint Patrick’s Day parades in the country. Loud cheering and the sound of bagpipes and flutes cou...

Paining of the Maharaja of Indore, 1908-1961, displayed in the museum.

San Francisco’s Legion of Honor introduces Indian culture in their leading exhibit

February 3, 2019

The exhibit East Meets West at the Legion of Honor Fine Arts Museum displays the jewelry and valuables used in India from the 1600s to today. The exhibit contains over 150 pieces w...

Plentea's storefront in San Francisco on the corner of Pine and Kearny in the Financial District.

Plentea is a refreshing sip into the world of boba

March 10, 2018

Located on the corner of Pine and Kearny in San Francisco’s financial district, the popular bubble tea cafe Plentea made its debut to the public in 2014 and soon after opened another locat...

San Francisco welcomes the Year of the Dog with its annual Chinese New Year Parade

February 25, 2018

The Year of the Dog is finally upon us and to celebrate man's best friend and Chinese culture, San Francisco hosted its annual Chinese New Year Parade, a tradition that has been...

Peaceful protesters stand in line to buy food from a food truck at the rally. One man holds a

Liberals declare victory over Patriot Prayer group

August 28, 2017

Music, face paint, food trucks, Philz Coffee; people dressed in "Black Lives Matter" apparel, people dressed in colorful skirts and dresses, people dressed in nothing at all. They...

Many high schools implement a School Resource Officer to prevent shootings and other threats.

San Francisco high school falls victim to shooting

October 20, 2016

Another day, another school shooting. On Tuesday, Oct. 18, four victims were left injured, one in critical condition, when shots were fired at San Francisco's June Jordan School...

San Francisco will crack down on online taxi companies like Uber and Lyft, who must get their workers licensed in order to work.

Uber’s economic ploy is halted by new license rule

April 20, 2016

The San Francisco City Treasurer José Cisneros announced on April 15 that he had sent letters to over 37,000 taxi drivers who were listed as contractors, demanding that they get...

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