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Thursday, 2nd April 2020

Monarch Butterflies at Ardenwood Historic Farm

By on Jan 2, 2016 in Adventures, Arts & Culture, Attractions, Community, Features, Outdoors, Photography, Scene, Travel

Several people waited online outside Ardenwood Historic Farm (Fremont) on New Year’s Day to view the monarch butterflies that migrate there in search of warmth. They travel hundreds of miles from the western U.S. and Canada to escape temperatures that can hit below freezing. There’s been a great decline in their population as many as 25,000 were counted in 1997 compared to about 1,600 at the farm this year.

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Heroes & Villains Fan Fest

By on Nov 22, 2015 in Arts, Arts & Culture, Features, Festivals, Photography, Scene, Talks, Workshops & Conferences, TV

The first Heroes & Villains festival has gone and went in San Jose, CA. Passionate fans showed up as their favorite characters from the sci-fi, superhero and fantasy worlds. The event lasted two days and included exclusive panels, celebrity photo opportunities, kids area, and vendors for all your collectible figures, art and comic book needs.

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Fight For $15 Supporters Come Out in Oakland

By on Nov 10, 2015 in Community, Features, Photography, Scene

Workers in over 200 cities came out today to demand livable wages. The majority of low wageworkers are adults trying to make ends meet. It’s no longer a “transitioning teen” job into the workforce. In addition, women hold the majority of low earning jobs. The demographic the wages hurt in Oakland were apparent, families.

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Janelle Monae, Jidenna, and Wondaland Lead March Down Mission Street

By on Aug 24, 2015 in Community, Features, Photography, Scene

Several hundred people showed up in solidarity at Mission & 24th Street BART plaza in San Francisco to call out mass incarceration and police terror on Sunday, August 23, 2015. Families who’ve lost loved ones to police brutality and abuse of power were present to speak about the injustices that occurred, and the pain they experience from their loss.

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NYC Parade for Women’s World Cup Champions

By on Jul 7, 2015 in Arts & Culture, Community, News, Scene

New York City will hold a ticker-tape parade to celebrate the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team’s World Cup victory on Friday starting at 11 a.m. The parade will start in Battery Park; go along Broadway and end at City Hall Park. This route is also known as the Canyon of Heroes.

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“Frida Kahlo: Art, Garden, Life” at New York Botanical Garden

By on Jun 25, 2015 in Arts, Arts & Culture, Attractions, Museums, Photography, Scene, Travel

If you’re a fan of Frida Kahlo you don’t want to miss, “Frida Kahlo: Art, Garden, Life” at the New York Botanical Garden. The exhibit offers a glimpse into the artist’s life with a collection of her portraits, still life paintings, and a replica of her garden and desk as they are at La Casa Azul (The Blue House) located in Coyoacán, Mexico in Colonia del Carmen.

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