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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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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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Sep 24th, 2009 UC Berkeley Walk Out

We have to change the language of the university from an economic exchange into the language of public good.  This is a million voices crying out.

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Sep 24th, 2009 UC Berkeley Walk Out

We have to change the language of the university from an economic exchange into the language of public good.  This is a million voices crying out.

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departing gk

After our last site visit we stayed in Naga city at the regional GK office. From there we took day trips to the nearby GK sites, many of which were some of the first GK sites we visited at the

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departing gk

After our last site visit we stayed in Naga city at the regional GK office. From there we took day trips to the nearby GK sites, many of which were some of the first GK sites we visited at the

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