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Masks Unmasked

Masks Unmasked

Staff writer Jordan Schilling looks into the photography process and the insight it can provide to societal issues.
Jordan Schilling December 16, 2016

I walked into CVS on a Saturday night and noticed a mask to my right. It instantly caught my attention — the red, white and blue colors intrigued me. I knew I could photograph this mask and create something...

Hidden Treasures of San Francisco

Hidden Treasures of San Francisco

Staff writers Darrow Hornik and Olivia O’Farrell take a trip to San Francisco to explore two unknown museums: the Museum of Craft and Design and the Museum of African Diaspora. Here’s what they saw and experienced on this adventure to the city!
Darrow Hornik and Olivia O'Farrell December 16, 2016

Museum of Craft and Design If you’re looking for a quick, peaceful escape from the everyday stressors of the outside world, take a stop at the Museum of Craft and Design (MCD). Located on 3rd Street,...

An Interview With Dwight

An Interview With Dwight

A poem by Teddie Stewart
December 7, 2016

Tell me how it feels to hear voices that only talk to you… Do they give you stories? Whisper muddy love and raise your skin? You say “Their words give me stability” You seem to crawl...

Hedwig and the Angry Inch

Hedwig and the Angry Inch

Hedwig and the Angry Inch? More like Hedwig and this show was so good it made me angry! Don’t miss C Magazine’s first theatre review with professional Broadway critique extraordinaire, Atusa Assadi.
Atusa Assadi December 5, 2016

Broadway’s touring production of “Hedwing and the Angry Inch” is a mesmerizing success that transcends gender lines and redefines the meaning of the term “musical.” Hedwig lights up San Francisco’s...

Green Day's Revolution Radio

Green Day’s Revolution Radio

C Mag reviews the iconic rock band’s 12th studio album, Revolution Radio.
Gabe Cohen December 5, 2016

  It’s been a long time since Green Day has released a good album. If you were to talk to any fan, no matter how die-hard, they would likely agree that Green Day hasn’t released a complete...

Fall Crafts

Fall Crafts

Hannah Darby December 5, 2016

pumpkin candles materials: Small pumpkins or decorative goods Kitchen knife Candle instructions:  Prepare your workspace: Line the countertop or a work table with plastic wrap and...

Artist of the Month: Dillon Scheel

Artist of the Month: Dillon Scheel

C Mag sits down with senior guitarist Dillon Scheel to learn more about his band, his recording experience and his musical aspirations.
Nathan Zeidwerg and Emma Staiger December 5, 2016

As I walk down the stairs into Dillon Scheel’s basement-turned music studio, he welcomes me to his “beat laboratory.” I settle into the cramped, styrofoam-insulated room and it’s immediately apparent...

Garden Sculptures

Garden Sculptures

Nicole Li and Ahana Ganguly December 5, 2016

In Palo Alto, residents have sculptures and art displays that go beyond your average lawn gnome and flamingo combination. We’re talking fantasy worlds of mystical creatures and unorthodox creations....

Art Galleries in Palo Alto

Art Galleries in Palo Alto

Ally Scheve December 5, 2016

With rent soaring in Silicon Valley, locally owned art galleries have struggled to maintain their space and have subsequently dwindled in number. The remaining galleries are the hidden gems of Palo Alto,...

Steve Ferrera

Steve Ferrera

A Q&A All about his exhibit in the deyoung Museum and how art can impact our lives
Talia Stanley and Chiara Biondi September 28, 2016

How would you describe your exhibit that was featured in the deYoung Museum this summer? The exhibit is a behind-the-scenes look at the production of a children’s book that’s made with puppets and...

Chalk Art

Chalk Art

Katie Pasarello and Sarah Shapiro September 28, 2016

In the heart of Silicon Valley,  just blocks away from the Apple store in downtown Palo Alto, is the home of chalk art. These chalk paintings line the street for a mere 48 hours during the Palo Alto Festival...

Against the Stream

Against the Stream

Jay-Z’s music platform Tidal aims to change the way people listen to and appreciate music and is the best way to support artists.
Mattie Orloff and Alexis Pisco September 28, 2016

On April 23, 2003, the music industry was transformed. The creation of iTunes enabled people to easily access songs instead of purchasing CDs, launching the streaming revolution. Not long afterwards, various...

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