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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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Walt Disney: The Man Behind the Mouse

By on Apr 8, 2016 in Arts, Arts & Culture, Features, Film, Museums, Photography, Scene, Travel

The Walt Disney Family Museum opened in the Presidio of San Francisco on October 1, 2009 and was founded by Walt Disney’s eldest daughter, Diane Disney Miller who passed away in 2013. There is no argument that Disney is one of the more recognized brands in the world today. However, his daughter found it disturbing that that’s all it had become in the eyes of many. Her children encountered people that didn’t realize that there was an intricate story behind the Disney name that belonged to a human being, her dad.

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Wozniak Immortalized in Wax – Silicon Valley Comic Con

By on Mar 19, 2016 in Arts & Culture, Features, Scene, Talks, Workshops & Conferences

The Bay Area came out strong this weekend for Silicon Valley Comic Con (SVCC). Long lines had many frustrated during the inaugural event. If anything, the crowd was proof that there was a void that needed to be filled. The Bay Area has long been missing a Comic Con event since WonderCon left for Anaheim in 2012. Eager fans waited patiently as dedicated volunteers scrambled to get answers for guests.

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SX Liquors Presents Trey Songz – NYC/NJ Promo Tour

By on Mar 2, 2016 in Features, Music, Scene

Grammy Nominated R&B singer, songwriter, and producer, Trey Songz will be hitting up the spots in NYC and NJ from Wednesday, March 2nd through Sunday, March 6th to promote SX Liquors.

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San Diego Latino Film Festival

By on Feb 29, 2016 in Arts, Arts & Culture, Community, Features, Festivals, Film, Scene

The 23rd annual San Diego Latino Film Festival will take place from March 10-20, 2016 and will be held at both AMC Fashion Valley 18 and Digital Gym CINEMA North Park. The Media Kick-Off party was held at the Quad Ale House in downtown San Diego on February 25th and everyone had a blast catching up with filmmakers and movers and shakers of the film community. A great event to have in San Diego, especially being that San Diegans reside next to a border town that is rich in culture.

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