Tag Archives: Kelly Leslie

The Bay Lights

By Kelly Leslie Photos by Virginia Tieman It’s a crisp, clear Friday evening in San Francisco- the kind that only happens after an incredibly beautiful day. The sun is setting over the city. The smell of seafood and the taste of the salty ocean are heavy in the air as residents change out of their

Drag Queens on Ice

  Words: Kelly Leslie Photos: Melissa Burman Kim Chichi dazzles hundreds of people in Union Square, with her A-line cut, fire engine-red hair, and matching painted lips. Dressed in an all-black, glimmering gown, she confidently moves her slim body to the beat of 2009’s hit song by Lady Gaga, “Bad Romance”. Always on point, and

Collaborative Consumption

Words: Kelly Leslie Photos: Jessica Worthington Ryan Card stands between eight-foot-tall glass dividing walls that separate the rooms of the small office building he works in, located on the two hundred block of Carolina Street in San Francisco. His iPhone silently buzzes in the pocket of his forest green skinny jeans. Without letting a minute

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