By Jonathan Morales, SFSU From “Blue Jasmine” to “Star Trek” and “Planet of the Apes,” San Francisco is a top destination for filmmakers these days. According to “The Hollywood Reporter,” the city is also home [...]
The Oakland City Council this week unanimously passed a resolution committing to aiding the humanitarian relief effort for unaccompanied immigrants to the United States, authored by Mayor Jean Quan, Vice Mayor Larry Reid and Councilmember [...]
The Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) is presenting, “My Music is Who I Am: Identity and Resistance in Cuban and Puerto Rico Music,” a lecture series featuring Grammy nominee and Latin Jazz artist John [...]
Growing up in San Francisco, Rodney Jackson knew that he wanted to dedicate his life to his passion and love for theatre. As a child, he could usually be found at the San Francisco Arts [...]
The legendary sounds of Tower of Power are coming to the stage at the Concord Pavilion on Tuesday, July 29. Having launched their new album “Hipper than Hip,” TOP is part of the “San Francisco [...]
Glass House Communications kicked off the 10th Annual Fashion on the Square event, one of the largest and longest running charity fashion shows on the West Coast.
Charles Farrier started his company Crumble & Whisk Pâtisserie in San Francisco with a few kitchen supplies and small balance in his savings account in May of last year.
By Brian Rinker Rosevelt Jones never imagined he’d ever have a job. He thought himself destined for a hard life on the streets of Oakland and in and out of jail. That changed when Jones [...]
Long time Hunter’s Point resident Delores Hearring celebrated her 100th birthday on July 11th.Born 1914 in Jacksonville, Alabama, Delores was raised in the rural county of Calhoun. She was the one of three children born [...]
By Anthony Lazarus, SFSU News A faculty member for the Department of Cinema is landing on SF State’s campus just as she nabs a new accolade: Filmmaker, artist and educator Cheryl Dunye has been recognized [...]