Archive for April 10th, 2013

  • Pablo Pandavol and the Subaru Hep B Mobile

    The Buzz: Moving Up

    Moving Up:  Yes folks, reality shows are here to stay thanks to MTV’s The Real World, first broadcast in 1992. Last week Real World: Portland (Season 28) started and my best bud Bevan Dufty misses the days when housemates were just real characters (like Real […]

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  • Entrance to the new Exploratorium in San Francisco. Photo by Amy Snyder.

    San Francisco’s Exploratorium Set to Open on April 17

        The long-awaited opening of San Francisco’s new and improved Exploratorium makes its debut next Wednesday, April 17 at 10 a.m. along the Waterfront at Pier 15. Leaving its original site after 44 years housed at the Palace of Fine Arts, the new museum […]

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  • Over 90-year old World War Two Filipino American war veterans wait to tesify at the SF Historical Preservation Commission. (Courtesy of Veterans Equity Center)

    Congresswoman Jackie Speier and Senator Brian Schatz Demand Full Benefits for Filipino WWII Veterans Who Fought for US

        WASHINGTON, DC- Senator Brian Schatz (D-HI) and Congresswoman Jackie Speier (D-San Francisco/San Mateo) yesterday introduced legislation to right an unjust wrong in our nation’s past. The bipartisan Filipino Veterans Fairness Act which has 31 House cosponsors would make good on President Franklin Roosevelt’s promise to […]

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  • UC student Julie Woo; Engineer and Mentor Jesse Ante, Award Recipient; Emmeline Wong, UC student, scholarship recipient; Carolyn Gan, Co-president, UC Chinese Alumni Chapter.  Photo by L. Lee

    Spring Highlights in the East Bay

        While celebrating 145 years at a Charter Day Gala, the University of California honored 10 extraordinary Outstanding Alumni members with talents at an evening in the Garden Court and Grand Ballroom of the Palace Hotel, March 16. At the top of his game, […]

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