The Broadview

Tasty restaurants, pricey retail characterize urban neighborhood

Tasty restaurants, pricey retail characterize urban neighborhood

Julia-Rose Kibben, Managing Editor

March 15, 2017


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Home to an array of small clothing shops and specialty shops selling essentials ranging from luggage to bikewear and self-proclaimed "America’s first sake store.” Hayes Valley really does have something for everyone. Pricey, young and local boutiques such as Acotè and GANT dominate Hayes Valley...

Party activities more than a game

Party activities more than a game

Asha Khanna, Copy Editor

March 15, 2017


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Some teens have traded in their childhood party games like Twister mats and fictitious Monopoly money for redSolo cups and beer funnels as social expectations transform with age. Drinking games, such as beer pong and rage cage in which players try to bounce ping pong balls into cup, usually invol...

Celebrations, parades imply ‘party’ time

Celebrations, parades imply ‘party’ time

Lisabelle Panossian, Editor-in-Chief

March 15, 2017


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Although San Francisco’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Celebration attracts nearly 100,000 attendees every year, the party only lasts a few hours for hoards of intoxicated attendees who promptly pass out on couches after “celebrating Irish pride.” “The city holds these big events for holid...

Ash Wednesday service invites community to refocus on values

Ash Wednesday service invites community to refocus on values

Grace Ainslie, Assistant Sports Editor

March 1, 2017


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The Convent and Stuart Hall high school community gathered in The Dungeon for an Ash Wednesday service this morning. Ash Wednesday signifies the beginning of the Catholic liturgical season of Lent, the 40-day period leading up to Easter. “Lent is important because it gives us an opportunity to stop...

Theater perfect for movie and a milkshake, not dinner

Theater perfect for movie and a milkshake, not dinner

Julia-Rose Kibben, Managing Editor

February 1, 2017


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The Alamo Drafthouse looks like a deserted concert venue or a long-lost cousin of The Warfield at 4 p.m. on a Tuesday. Two-story ceilings and brand-new red-patterned carpeted stairs lead moviegoers down narrow hallways to a series of six theaters that seat 35 to 325 audience members. Shelves of VHS and DVD...

Hometown Tourist: Inner Richmond

Hometown Tourist: Inner Richmond

Josephine Rozzelle, Senior Reporter

February 1, 2017


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San Francisco’s Inner Richmond is home to lively Clement Street, a cluster of restaurants and unique, trendy retail boutiques, reflecting the street’s hot-spot nature. For breakfast, visit Eats, a small restaurant on 2nd Avenue that serves breakfast and lunch on weekdays and brunch on the weekend....

Deck the halls brings music and volunteer opportunities to San Francisco youth, families

Deck the halls brings music and volunteer opportunities to San Francisco youth, families

Olivia Mohun and Mary Perez, Reporters

January 5, 2017


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Junior Edna Tesfaye assisted children in applying temporary glitter tattoos at the San Francisco Symphony’s annual Deck the Halls event on Sunday, which funds Community Day, an event that took place on Monday and welcomed almost 4,000 children from public programs around the Bay Area to enjoy a day o...

Exhibitions to animal shelter: seniors engage in greater community action

Emily Kanellos & Laura Mogannam, Reporters

January 5, 2017


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Seniors are finding themselves in activities as varied as attending live performances and exploring the many facets of the Bay Area as part of a theology community engagement project. Theology teacher Rachel Bundang requires her Justice: Theory and Society students to attend a community event once a semester and reflect on the experience as a part of the class’ social justic...

Love at first bite

Love at first bite

Grace Ainslie, Assistant Sports Editor

December 9, 2016


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Since being named “Bon Appétit” magazine’s Bakery of the Year, Arsicault Bakery has a line out the door most mornings. The award is well deserved. The bakery sells kouign amanns, morning buns and five different types of croissants ranging from sweet to savory — all of which are excellent....

Skating into the holidays

Skating into the holidays

Josephine Rozzelle, Senior Reporter

December 9, 2016


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The tourist hotspot Union Square is adorned with holiday wreaths and garlands during the winter months, but locals are also attracted to the annual outdoor ice rink and 83-foot Christmas tree. “[The rink] is a fun, outdoor holiday experience that is beloved by all ages because it is something t...

Day of the Dead exhibit reflects on the past

Day of the Dead exhibit reflects on the past

Grace Ainslie, Assistant Sports Editor

October 27, 2016


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A large tree with 49 copper hearts and rainbow “papel picado,” paper cut into elaborate designs, stands in the center of the Mission Cultural Center gallery for Latino Arts 30th annual Day of the Dead exhibition to honor the Orlando Shooting victims. “Día de los Muertos,” a multi-day celeb...

Event provides opportunity to explore San Francisco neighborhoods

Event provides opportunity to explore San Francisco neighborhoods

Claire Devereux, Senior Reporter

September 22, 2016


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City streets closed to Sunday traffic are inviting public exploration of funky boutiques, hole-in-wall restaurants and hidden gems while building community relationships with local shop owners. Sunday Streets — a monthly event taking place during the spring and fall months — blocks off several...

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