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Category: Arts & Culture

My 1st FanimeCon 2013

The 1st time I saw FanimeCon I was 17 years old waiting at the bus stop. There were a lot of people dressed up, I saw a samurai, a fairy, Super Mario, and Princess Peach, some of my favorite video game characters. I asked them what they were doing downtown dressed like that, and they told me "Fanime". So this year my goal was to go there and experience it first hand. These are a few of my experiences, enjoy.

From Oakland To Auckland: Emory Douglas and The Polynesian Panthers

When the Oakland Black Panther Party recruited Emory Douglas as their Minister of Culture, one thing that no one knew, is how his image of the Black Panther would start movements across the world in the city of Auckland with a group of Polynesians.

Hogar Dulce A Hogar - Mitsy Avila Ovalles @ The Arsenal

A San José artist known for colorful exhibits that makes you pay attention to the small details. From paintings to baked goods, Mitsy Avila Ovalles delivers.

Sonido Clash - Cinco de Mayo Edition

Friday May 3rd - San Jose, California - Experimental Infrared Photography by Richard Babcock coverage of Sonido Clash Cinco de Mayo edition, a 1st Friday monthly performance and dance party which explores the traditional, modern, and emerging Latin sound diaspora...

Don’t Blame Hip Hop for Molly, We Got it from the Ravers

The party drug Molly is all over hip hop. But commentator and rap artist Cola says the party drug did not come from hip hop culture, but rather seeped in from the mixing with other genres.

"7-Trees" A Photography Show By Daniel Valencia

Daniel Valencia at Metro gallery exhibits "7-Trees", a solo photography show that covers life in the neighborhood.

Why Does “Cleaning Up” SF Mean Painting Over Art?

Arbor Day is an annual tradition in San Francisco where civic leaders join the public in cleaning up the city and planting trees. But De-Bug commentator Andrew Bigelow wonders why painting over graffiti murals is viewed as part of city officials plan to beautify San Francisco.

Art Show: FORCE129 / Just My Imagination

"Just My Imagination" is a collection of new mixed media artworks from FORCE129 that is being shown at the Arsenal art store in San José.

Film por Vida: Prints from San Jose

Edgar Godinez profiles the photo program that honors the special value of sending and receiving print photos through the mail.

"Shoot the Moon" Breezy Excursion Debuts Skate Film

Local fashion company Breezy Excursion recently shook the skate world with a movie premier held at the Camera 12.
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