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Thursday, 17th August 2017

Cary Leibowitz: Museum Show – THE CONTEMPORARY JEWISH MUSEUM

By on Feb 2, 2017 in Arts, Arts & Culture, Features, Humor, Photography

If you’re into meek, kitsch, and self-deprecating work, you’ll hit the jackpot at The Contemporary Jewish Museum’s current exhibition, Cary Leibowitz: Museum Show. Although Leibowitz’s work has been included in approximately one hundred and fifty group exhibitions and featured in nearly…

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Women’s March Oakland – Photos

By on Jan 22, 2017 in Community, Features, Photography

Gloomy weather didn’t keep Oakland residents away from the Women’s March from Madison Park to Frank Ogawa Plaza. Here are a few moments and creative signs that I captured yesterday.

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Canyon dig it! – Los Penasquitos Canyon Reserve

By on Oct 31, 2016 in Best of California, Do, Features, Outdoors, Photography, See, Travel

It might not be Yosemite, but Los Penasquitos Canyon Reserve in San Diego has plenty of beautiful trails to explore. One of the best ways to see this 4,000 acre suburban wilderness is on a moderate 7-mile (round-trip) mountain bike ride.

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The Art of the Brick

By on Oct 23, 2016 in Arts, Arts & Culture, Attractions, Features, Museums, Photography, Travel

If you’ve ever played with Legos you’ll remember the feeling of accomplishment when your imagination came to life in your hands. In time, you outgrew the brightly colored block toys unless you’re like Nathan Sawaya. After years of creating with Legos as a hobby, he quit his corporate lawyer job to become a full-time Lego artist. This fascination of creating with Legos on a bigger scale has made him renowned around the world. At his current traveling show, The Art of the Brick, you can get up close with his work.

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The Legacy of Rosie the Riveter

By on Aug 15, 2016 in Arts & Culture, Community, Features, Leadership, Museums, Photography, Scene, Travel

Over 2,100 participants gathered at the Craneway Pavilion in Richmond on the 13th of August, to break the Guinness World record for most ‘Rosie the Riveters’ in one place. Women, men and children participated in the event to honor the trailblazers who stepped up to the call of duty during WWII. Original Rosie’s were in attendance including Agnes Moore, Kay Morrison, Marian Wynn, Primetta Giacopini, and Priscilla Elder. Moore, 96, worked in the Richmond Shipyards as a welder for 4 years.

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CARNAVAL San Francisco

By on May 30, 2016 in Arts, Arts & Culture, Community, Dance, Fashion, Features, Festivals, Photography, Scene

Carnaval San Francisco has been occurring on Memorial Day Weekend for 38 years. It celebrates the diverse Latin American and Caribbean roots that use to make up the Mission District. The diminishing population of Latinos lost to luxury condominiums, “hipster” stores and rising rent prices didn’t limit the representation of what once was. The parade included music, dance, and artistic expression that had attendees dancing, smiling, and taking photos to memorialize their experience. A pride could be felt in the air that told you, a part of us will always be here.

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