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Category: Photo

The Photography of Ron Orlando

Friday April 4, 2014 - 7:00PM Opening Reception Caffe Frascati 315 South First Street , San José, CA 95113. Exhibit up until May 31, 2014.

Kumbia Queers -Sonido Clash

Sonido Clash celebrated St. Patty's day on Monday March 17, 2014 with an all ages show and live performance by Las Kumbia Queers. Video: AD Avila Photos: Tiburon Zenitram

Photo Recap: Open University and BassLife Present Trap Shop

On Feb. 25th 2014 Open University and BassLife threw another TrapShop show, held every last Tuesday of the month. Hip Hop artists from all over the Bay Area came out to perform. Here is slide show of the night.

Pages Flipped Show Recap

If you miss the opening night of Pages Flipped by Abraham Menor, then you miss one incredible show. But there is still time to check it out in person, or show up to the closing night reception on March 1st, 2014.

A San Jose Minute With Photographer Richard Babcock

Photographer Richard Babcock takes us through his infrared photo series of "Women" at The Seeing Things Gallery in a "San Jose minute".

Apple Dodges Taxes Candlelight Vigil

Apple's CEO Tim Cook had once quoted the late Dr.Martin Luther King saying, "As Dr. Martin Luther King once said, the time is always right to do what’s right. At Apple, we do the right thing. Even when it’s not easy.". The Silicon Valley community held a candle light vigil after MLK's birthday demanding to do the right thing by not evading taxes by corporate breaks.

"Once A Mission Girl, Always A Mission Girl"

13 year old Ana Nicole diosdado Gonzalez is a young aspiring photographer. With her family facing eviction from her childhood home of 14 years, she takes us down a walk through 24th Street, catching photos of what will become memories of a neighborhood that she is forced to leave.

Tradition, Change and a Hmong Family: A Photo Essay

FRESNO, Calif. — Leenee Vue, 24, tosses her backpack in her dusty Toyota Corolla and drives to class on this particular day late last year. She’s a junior at Fresno State University. She’s studying business.Dirt from her mother’s garden plot remains under her fingernails and stalks of sugarcane and lemongrass sit piled in the back of her car.

Time Saved Photo Essay: Cesar Beats Wrongful Sentence and Deportation

View Charisse Domingo's photo essay on Cesar and his family as she captures the images of the successful effort to free him. Photos from court, immigration detention, and back home. Click image to see full essay, and hear Cesar tell his story. This is part of De-Bug's Time Saved project, chronicling how family organizing can challenge mass incarceration and deportation. (In this shot, Cesar shows a letter he made for his sister while in a detention center.)

San Jose Community Responds to Jerry Brown’s Budget

In response to the leaking of Governor Jerry Brown’s budget for fiscal year 2014-2015, California Partnership along with California Budget for All of Us, Health Access, California Immigrant Policy Center, and Western Center on Law and Poverty organized a series of state wide press conferences and rallies in opposition to Gov. Brown’s budget.
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