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“Song for Cesar” Remembers Legendary Labor Reform Leader

“Song For Cesar” is a documentary that revisits the farmworker movement that Cesar Chavez helped ignite. It examines how the attention and support of musicians and artists such as Maya Angelou, Joan Baez, Daniel Valdez and Carlos Santana helped to make this

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Rams Charge Into State Playoffs After Winning Coast-North Conference

City College had what appeared to be a run at the State Championship during their 2019-2020 season, but had their effort shut down due to COVID-19. Now the side looks to continue it with boundless confidence.

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Mayor Breed Awards $4.7 Million to AAPI and Latino Cultural Groups

$400,00 will fund the “We Are Bruce Lee” exhibit at the Chinese Historical Society of America, with another $600,000 for an art gallery and welcome center adjacent to the exhibit. Other grantees include the Mission District’s Carnaval, the Chinatown Festival of Lights, and small businesses in Chinatown.

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Bite-Sized Review: The Only Victorian House in SF That Operates as a Museum

Located on 2007 Franklin Street in San Francisco, the Haas-Lilienthal House is the only intact Victorian house in the city that operates as a museum complete with original furniture and artifacts.

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Lab Schools Restart In-Person Programs

City College faced even more challenges than most daycares and preschools. Even when other preschools or daycares were given the green light to re-open, CDEV Lab Schools faced many hurdles to re-opening due to being state funded and located on a college campus which had not yet re-opened. The doors are now open and the staff is eager to welcome students and their kids back to in person CDEV lab schools.

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SF Indie Fest Returns to the Roxie

The 24th annual SF Indie Festival returned to the Mission’s historic Roxie Theater on Feb. 3, with films screening daily through Feb. 13. After switching to a fully remote event last year, SF Indie is offering a hybrid experience in which fans can stream films from home or return to the traditional big-screen experience. 

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Underground Volcano Erupts, Isolates the South Pacific Island Nation of Tonga

Bay Area organizations step up to mitigate the devastation of the volcano eruption in Tonga, contributing to relief efforts that show solidarity with families and community members of Pacific Islander descent.

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Cultivating Charisma: New Ram’s Tennis Coach Works to Empower Recent Recruits

After their game versus American River was postponed, the team headed into their first game since the 2020 season versus Monterey Peninsula with the Rams being the traveling side. Despite the Lobos being the homeside, the Rams persevered and beat Monterey 7-2, marking their first win since their 2020 season.

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