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Be yourself. I’ll go with you.

In response to a lot of misguided opinions so carelessly spouted the last few weeks, I feel it’s important to add some facts to this issue. 210 mais palavras

Transamerica Pyramid

The Transamerica building was designed by architect William Pereira and completed in 1972.  At 853 feet, it’s the tallest skyscraper in San Francisco.  Four cameras at the top of the spire create a virtual observation deck with images sent to four monitors in the lobby.


Transgender Explained: For Those Who Are Not (Herman)

I have a memory that, like memories often do, makes me wince. I was sitting with a high school friend and talking about the prospect of pursuing our love for theatre in college and beyond. 522 mais palavras


Faith, Fashion, and...Finance?

Life has literally become the movie, “Confessions of a Shopaholic.” Just call me Rebecca Bloomwood. No, I don’t have a debt collector after me nor do I even consider myself a shopaholic. 1.038 mais palavras

Jireh De Jose

Eating for Identity


“I’m a man, hear me roar

In numbers too big to ignore,

and I’m way too hungry to settle for chick food!

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Sneaking Up On the Transamerica Pyramid

The side streets of San Francisco let the sneaky photographer creep up on an unsuspecting building. The tallest building in the skyline looks oddly small in this context. 23 mais palavras


Lou Donaldson: Hot Dog (1969) Blue Note - Liberty/UA

We have recently dug deep into the 10″” jazz of the middle ’50s. Now it is 1969, time for a gear shift up into the soul-jazz era of the late ’60s. 978 mais palavras

Blue Note