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Dessert festival gives back to SF-Marin food bank

Felicia Hyde, Arts & Entertainment Editor

January 27, 2020

Hundreds of dessert lovers crowded around tables with colorful confections scattered throughout the gallery space as beams of pink and purple shone across the room. Families and loved ones laughed over candied cocktails, pu...

The Get Up Kids are finally adulting

Carly Wipf

December 10, 2019

Ryan Pope recounted events from earlier in the  day: he went to the Wharf and ate clam chowder out of a bread bowl, like any SF tourist might. Except he wasn’t just any other tourist. He was on tour as the drummer for...

Surviving finals with your mental health intact

Arianne Arciaga

December 10, 2019

The period between Thanksgiving break and finals week can be a very stressful time for college students. During these next two weeks there are projects due, papers to write and exams to take. While it’s important to do well on...

Zombie comedy, coming of age and queerness rocks Roxie Theater.

Sam Moore

December 9, 2019

In a vibrant medley of story and emotion that sold out across all six of its programs, the San Francisco Transgender Film Festival ran for the 22nd year this weekend at the Mission District’s Roxie Theater.  Founded in 1997 as the world...

Festival of Altars celebrates life and death

Felicia Hyde

November 5, 2019

Members of Mixcoatl Anahuac Aztec dance crew prepare for their first performance at Potrero Del Sol Park during the Mission District’s celebration of Dia de los Muertos on November 2, 2019. (Photo by Camille Cohen / Golden Gate...

Annual Psoriasis Walk continues

Alondra Gallardo

November 2, 2019

“The treatments are just as painful as living with the condition itself,” said UCSF dermatologist Ruby Ghadilly as she spoke to a crowd of about 70 psoriasis supporters. The National Psoriasis Foundation’s annual 5k walk ...

‘Addams Family’ surprises

Alondra Gallardo

October 22, 2019

As a 90s kid, I grew up watching the 1991 film version of the Addams Family. I was always watching it nonstop. It was always on television, and my grandmother would turn it on because it was pretty much the only thing that wou...

Feeling the ‘Earfquake’

Karamel NunezMartinez

October 15, 2019

The curtains drew as Tyler's newest persona, Igor, stepped onto the stage in a pink and red block colored suit and a blond bob wig. Igor stood center stage as his theme rang throughout the auditorium and kicked off his performa...

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