Ann Nguyen fled Saigon to carve out a new life in Southern California. She put her sons through school as she worked, like many first-generation Vietnamese immigrants, at the local nail salon.
The San Diego Symphony’s new music director, Rafael Payare, may not yet have the same name recognition as his fellow Venezuelan conductor, L.A.’s Gustavo Dudamel, but he’s got energy and talent to burn.
No scuba gear required: A Berkeley submarine collective wants to bring San Francisco Bay sea life up close and personal for the general public.
Whether by fortune or doom or absolute devotion, a young man’s mad, burning love for a married woman is requited in this story from Dagoberto Gilb.
Josie Iselin’s stunning new book, The Curious World of Seaweed, proves that it’s much more than a sushi wrap.
Sought for the killings of at least five gay men more than 40 years ago, the Doodler is still at large.
Services like Netflix, Hulu, and Disney+ are supposed to make watching great shows cheap and convenient. Why does it feel like we’re drowning in a sea of 800 cable channels?
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