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Gabriella Vulakh, Web Editor September 30, 2018

During her 40-minute commute from San Anselmo to school, senior Rachel Cramer plugs in her headphones and listens to the investigative journalism podcast “Serial” to pass the time. “I love to...

Three bikers ride down Fulton Street, a car-free area of the Western Addition Sunday Streets. The concept of closing streets to vehicles to create outdoor neighborhood markets started in Bogotá, Columbia and has spread to cities spanning around the globe.

Event provides opportunity to explore San Francisco neighborhoods

Claire Devereux, Senior Reporter September 22, 2016

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...

A KitTea customer plays with kittens during the 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. session. The cafe offers complementary green tea while patrons play with cats.

Cat cafe fails to live up to hype, high prices

Grace Ainslie, Assistant Sports Editor September 22, 2016

Part cafe, part boutique and part cat adoption center, KitTea, San Francisco’s first “cat cafe,” greets customers with a large hairless cat mural in a Buddha-style pose, and takes them into the world...

Students examine drafts of Bryana Flemings murals as she speaks about her process for creating art.

Local muralist visits and shares inspiration

The artist is the first of many guests who will participate in the CSH Visiting Artists Series.
Catherine Dana, Senior Reporter October 20, 2015

Local artist, whose murals are featured around the city, visited today and gave aspiring high school artists the chance to ask questions and speak about their interests. Painter and muralist Bryana...

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