Monthly Archives: October 2012

Farm Fresh To Go

Words & Photos: Kelly Leslie The sun has yet to awaken, but a sea of residents from the Bernal Heights neighborhood flood Alemany Boulevard farmers’ market with empty produce baskets, determined to find the best bang for their buck, until they overflow. Conscious of the current economic downturn that has haunted our country for nearly

Turn of a Page, Click of a Button

Words: Emily Gadd Photos: Jamie Valaoro The smell of freshly bound books filling the air of a bookstore; the yellowed pages of old books in a library; the sound of fingers rubbing against two pages to separate them; the quick flipping between pages to get to a certain spot in the book. These are things

San Francisco’s Oldest Residents

  Words: Ruby Perez Photos: Alejandrina Hernandez, Andy Sweet & Ruby Perez The below information is a personal commentary by Ruby Perez on each location. She sat down with SF State’s Chair of the Department of Geological Sciences Karen Grove to discuss the city’s rich topography. San Francisco defies the odds — one of the

A Sweeter Look at San Francisco

 Words and Photos: Jennifer Sandoval San Francisco is a city for foodies. More than any other American city, San Francisco has the highest per capita of restaurants, putting even New York to shame. The city-dwellers take pride in their abundance of small “mom-and-pop” shops and specialty food purveyors unique only to this amazingly diverse city.