Category Archives: Art & Culture

San Francisco’s “Broom Closet” Apartments

San Francisco’s “Broom Closet” Apartments by vanessa chan NOTE: Originally published on untapped sf. on August 3, 2012. This article has been re-posted with the permission of the author. It’s a small world we live in. Urban dwellers in San Francisco may

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San Francisco’s “Broom Closet” Apartments

San Francisco’s “Broom Closet” Apartments by vanessa chan NOTE: Originally published on untapped sf. on August 3, 2012. This article has been re-posted with the permission of the author. It’s a small world we live in. Urban dwellers in San Francisco may

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Jean Paul Gaultier | de Young Museum

Sometimes an art exhibition surprises you in all the right ways. Admittedly, I wasn’t that eager to see “The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk,” de Young’s newest exhibit; but after 5 minutes, I

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Jean Paul Gaultier | de Young Museum

Sometimes an art exhibition surprises you in all the right ways. Admittedly, I wasn’t that eager to see “The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk,” de Young’s newest exhibit; but after 5 minutes, I

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An Exercise in Opulence: Hearst Castle

An Exercise in Opulence: Hearst Castle NOTE: Originally published on untapped sf. on November 7, 2011. This article has been re-posted with the permission of the author. by vanessa chan Contemporary audiences know William Randolph Hearst as the Orson Welles–created eccentric

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An Exercise in Opulence: Hearst Castle

An Exercise in Opulence: Hearst Castle NOTE: Originally published on untapped sf. on November 7, 2011. This article has been re-posted with the permission of the author. by vanessa chan Contemporary audiences know William Randolph Hearst as the Orson Welles–created eccentric

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November 2, 2011 Occupy Oakland

A lot of people have differing opinions on the Occupy movement currently taking place throughout the country. While I share many people’s concerns over what the end result of this movement is, what has bothered me the most is the

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November 2, 2011 Occupy Oakland

A lot of people have differing opinions on the Occupy movement currently taking place throughout the country. While I share many people’s concerns over what the end result of this movement is, what has bothered me the most is the

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Corina & Sergio’s Wedding: First Decennial

Corina & Sergio’s Wedding: First Decennial Video I edited and put together for my sister’s wedding. Congrats to the both of them! Music: Fly Me Away – Annie LIttle La vie en rose – Louis Armstrong Photography by Ja Tecson http://jatecson.com/

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Corina & Sergio’s Wedding: First Decennial

Corina & Sergio’s Wedding: First Decennial Video I edited and put together for my sister’s wedding. Congrats to the both of them! Music: Fly Me Away – Annie LIttle La vie en rose – Louis Armstrong Photography by Ja Tecson http://jatecson.com/

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Portraits of Civil Rights

When I first joined the Caucus as an intern for the Communications & Development department, one of my first tasks was to create a portrait series of the clients we serve in each of the Caucus’ programs. Here is a

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Portraits of Civil Rights

When I first joined the Caucus as an intern for the Communications & Development department, one of my first tasks was to create a portrait series of the clients we serve in each of the Caucus’ programs. Here is a

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Gawad Kalinga: Building Dreams

Gawad Kalinga: Building Dreams By Carlo De La Cruz Note: Originally published in Balikbayan Magazine in the February – March 2010 Issue. Gawad Kalinga (GK) is a Philippine based NGO that strives to create homes and sustainable shelters for the poorest of

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Gawad Kalinga: Building Dreams

Gawad Kalinga: Building Dreams By Carlo De La Cruz Note: Originally published in Balikbayan Magazine in the February – March 2010 Issue. Gawad Kalinga (GK) is a Philippine based NGO that strives to create homes and sustainable shelters for the poorest of

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