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Local Film Festival Rekindles Community Spirit with Boost from City College

The Bernal Heights Outdoor Cinema (BHOC), a free film festival that showcases the talents of Bay Area filmmakers and runs until Oct. 29, was off to an impressive start, as it navigated COVID-19 precautions with pop-up drive-in and socially-distanced park screenings during its opening weekend, Oct. 1-2.

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Mayor Breed Subsidizes Small Businesses With New Relief Program

On September 15, in a press conference located at the shoe store, “Footprint,” on Taraval, Mayor London Breed and Supervisor Gordon Mar announced the launch of a new program called the “Storefront Vandalism Relief Grant Program.” The program plans to offer either $1,000 or $2,000 to small businesses victimized by break-ins or any sort of property damage caused by crime.

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Calel Olicia-Aramboles: Reading the Signs Leading to Rams’ Success

“I don’t see deafness as a block to what I can do as an athlete – I was given talent by God and I’ve had that as a gift, so I’m ready to put it all into football.”

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Civil Grand Jury Review: City College Seeks Workforce Development Partnership with City of San Francisco

Rising unemployment and low enrollment have led San Francisco’s Civil Grand Jury to conduct a developmental review of City College, elevating opportunities for future partnerships and funding.

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Surge of Fake Applications Creates Headache for Community Colleges

A surge of suspicious applications has flooded the California Community College system, with up to 65,000 fraudulent applications statewide from 77 countries, according to a Board of Trustees presentation at San Joaquin Delta College in Stockton.

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Autumn Moon Festival Entices Crowds Back to Chinatown

After a year’s hiatus, the Autumn Moon Festival in Chinatown brought out crowds of people to Grant Avenue during the weekend of Sept. 11-12, offering hope to local businesses and performers who have struggled to rebound from the economic losses of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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