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Tickets going fast for Outside Lands

May 25, 2012


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Tatiana Gutierrez Reporter The sound of bands warming up and performing will reverberate all throughout Golden Gate Park in mid-August during the three-day Outside Lands festival. Attendees can expect to hear a diverse lineup of artists and experience a wide array of attractions. “We try to b...

Southern-style food goes city

Southern-style food goes city

April 5, 2012


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Alice Jones Reporter Southern comfort food is a rare find on the organic-slow-food West Coast, but San Francisco is lucky to have a handful of soul food places, and one happens to be not too far from Convent. Gussie’s Chicken and Waffles on Eddy and Fillmore is about a 15 minute walk, so you can work o...

Art exhibit displays Victorian storybooks

Art exhibit displays Victorian storybooks

April 5, 2012


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Isabelle Pinard Managing Editor Pastel-painted fairy wings and children dressed in white come to life in pages from “Making the Modern Picture Book: Children’s Book from the Victorian Era” exhibit at the Legion of Honor, showing the history and artistic ability of old English storybooks. Illu...

‘New Dimensions’ explores modern art

‘New Dimensions’ explores modern art

March 13, 2012


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Shirley Yang Reporter An ever-stirring, eye-catching yellow nylon skirt inflates, deflates and swirls about as a humming sound resonates from it. The piece, “Ice bag – Scale B,” is one of the sculptures at the currently on display at the de Young Museum’s “New Dimensions” exhibit. The show fea...

Festival recognizes indie films

Festival recognizes indie films

February 7, 2012


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Alice Jones & Jewel Devorawood The 14th annual San Francisco Independent Film Festival will hold screenings at the historical Roxie Theater, located in the Mission district, Feb. 9–23. This festival will feature 78 films over 14 days. What started out as a way for IndieFest founder Jeff Ros...

Alumna works in arts

Alumna works in arts

February 7, 2012


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Isabelle Pinard Managing Editor Alumna Sabrina Buell (’95) has been an art dealer since she graduated from Stanford in 1999. Buell lived in New York for five years, but now she has a house in San Francisco. with her husband Yves Behar, an industrial designer. Buell is also the mother of a 17-mon...

The Melt offers more than Mom’s grilled cheese

The Melt offers more than Mom’s grilled cheese

February 7, 2012


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Alice Jones Reporter Your mother’s Wonder Bread and Velveeta grilled cheese sandwich will never taste the same once you’ve been to The Melt. The newly-opened, three-store chain limiting its menu to gourmet grilled cheeses and a set list of soups paired in five combinations makes picking what to ...

Let’s be Frank hotdog cart brings back an American classic

Let’s be Frank hotdog cart brings back an American classic

November 10, 2011


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Alice Jones Reporter Fillmore Street is not lacking in restaurants, but the Let’s be Frank hot dog cart at the corner of Sacramento Street provides a less-extravagant meal with the same amount of flare. With a blossoming company that includes brick and mortar shops as well as carts, owners Sue Moore and Larry Bain ...

San Francisco Main Library comemmorates Californian suffragettes

San Francisco Main Library comemmorates Californian suffragettes

November 10, 2011


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Sophia Redfern Reporter San Francisco prides itself on its diversity and inclusive legislation, yet it's surprising the exhibit The Centennial of California Woman Suffrage on third floor in the San Francisco Main Library has had little exposure, although the exhibit has substantial information abou...

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