Airbnb, Uber and the consequences of the sharing economy. Is large-scale, just and equitable sharing model possible?
U.S.A. The street artist scribbled in his notebook and spoke without looking up: “The beauty of art throughout history is that it records where we are and where we come from as people, the resilience of the human expression.” Adam Rodriguez, 24, has been a political artist for most of his life. Over six years […]
SAN FRANCISCO, U.S.A.. With the most famous video store, Blockbuster, filing for bankruptcy in 2010, the video store is a thing of the past, a relic, something dead and gone. In San Francisco, however, the life of video stores still has hope. Three very well-known video stores have been in business for over 16 years […]
SAN FRANCISCO, U.S.A. The newly built East Span of the Bay Bridge in San Francisco. In the background you can see the the older structure, reminding us of the past, as we whiz by on the new, seismically improved bridge.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA, U.S.A. The Good, The Bad, and The Schmutz will picked apart at this year’s San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, by film critics alike viewing films at The Castro Theatre in San Francisco, CineArts Theatre in Palo Alto, the California Theatre & the Berkeley Repertory Theatre in Berkeley, the New Parkway Theatre & […]
SAN FRANCISCO, U.S.A. The idea of dancing and partying with the sand between my toes until the sun goes down with friends appeals to every fiber of my being — along with about 2,000 other people. On Sunday, June 8th, 2014, Sunset Promotions put on the successful Silent Frisco event on Ocean Beach in San […]
SAN FRANCISCO, U.S.A. Everyone remembers the infamous headbutt of the 2006 World Cup. And if you were watching it live, you probably remember exactly where you were when it happened. San Francisco is a place where sports bar are few and far between, but nonetheless tried and true sports fans will find a way to […]