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Project Juice raises money for Pink Triangle at Saturday’s grand opening party for Castro location

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Project Juice raises money for Pink Triangle at Saturday’s grand opening party for Castro location

The team at Project Juice just launched a massively successful grand opening celebration at its newest location in The Castro. People lined up around the block for a chance to score a free juice as well as help support the Pink Triangle Park & Memorial. During the three-hour party, Project Juice was able to raise […]

American Conservatory Theater Receives Theatre Forward Staging Success Contribution Supported By AT&T

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American Conservatory Theater Receives Theatre Forward Staging Success Contribution Supported By AT&T

American Conservatory Theater (A.C.T.) announced it is part of the Theatre Forward Staging Success Initiative supported by AT&T. This initiative will study the aggregate results of four programs across the country to measure and evaluate the impact of theatre education on school engagement and participation. The Staging Success study, benefiting almost entirely Title 1 students, […]

Japanese Toddlers Sweep Strider Cup World Championship in San Francisco

Japanese Toddlers Sweep Strider Cup World Championship in San Francisco

Nearly 300 racers took over the Bay, including several in Special Needs Races Strider Bikes, the world’s leading manufacturer and marketer of children’s no-pedal balance bikes, brought the Strider Cup World Championship presented by FedEx to California for the first time ever, hosting riders from around the world at Pier 35 in San Francisco, July […]

Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation celebrates 21st anniversary

Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation celebrates 21st anniversary

Photo credit: Danielle Klebanow Photography  Earlier this month, insurance professionals, philanthropists, an Olympian and even a visitor from Sesame Street gathered for dinner downtown at San Francisco’s Julia Morgan Ballroom to celebrate the 21st Anniversary of the Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation. This dinner, which is held annually, brought together the region’s leading philanthropists and insurance […]

California Hospice and Palliative Care Association Honors  Nathan Adelson Hospice with Notable Awards

California Hospice and Palliative Care Association Honors Nathan Adelson Hospice with Notable Awards

Over 26,000 Students Enroll in Third Season of “Reading Wranglers”

Over 26,000 Students Enroll in Third Season of “Reading Wranglers”

Six-week program encouraging kids to read kicks off Monday The Las Vegas Wranglers and The Public Education Foundation’s Clark County READS program announced Wednesday the return of the third annual “Reading Wranglers” program, a partnership designed to encourage good reading habits in elementary schools across the county. The “Reading Wranglers” program rewards students with various community-donated prizes […]

Hidden Las Vegas: The 6th (!) Annual Barrett Jackson Road Rally

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Hidden Las Vegas: The 6th (!) Annual Barrett Jackson Road Rally

Written and photos by Jake Conlee The sixth (!) annual Barrett Jackson Road Rally is another Las Vegas Gem that happens right under our noses, and it is not only FREE, but very cool. It is also the beginning of a huge weekend here in town. Since it’s inception at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in […]

Hidden Las Vegas: The Goldstrom Collection of Hot Rods and Memorabilia

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Hidden Las Vegas: The Goldstrom Collection of Hot Rods and Memorabilia

By Jake Conlee One of my favorite facts about Las Vegas, is that most of the hidden gems are right under our noses. Tucked away in ambiguous strip malls, or buried within the concrete maze of non-descript industrial parks, are numerous businesses that keep our city sparkling. In these places, our city is being lit […]

Performing Arts in America: A Timeless Tale of Future Trends Affecting the Arts

Performing Arts in America: A Timeless Tale of Future Trends Affecting the Arts

What does the future hold for the dance community and other arts? “Issues of cultural preservation, equity and representation are important in and of themselves, but are also of concern, as they link to growth and development, economics, tourism, public funding and other cultural areas,” -Maria Rosario Jackson, American for the Arts By Chandra Healy […]

San Francisco Youth Nonprofit to Partner with Ubisoft

San Francisco Youth Nonprofit to Partner with Ubisoft

More than 100 Aim High middle school students will fan out across the Bay Area to learn about the connection between high school and career success. As part of this initiative video game publisher and developer Ubisoft will host a group of middle school students at their San Francisco office. Underserved Oakland middle school students […]

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