Does Hazel die at the end of The Fault in our Stars?

John Green’s novel, The Fault in our Stars, is one of the happiest, most upsetting, most beautiful of books ever to have been penned. The book later went on to be an equally incredible feature film with the same name, directed by Josh Boone, starring Shailene Woodley who played Hazel Grace, and Ansel Elgort who […]

Is there a Warriors movie?

I’m sure at some point in your life one would have sat and wondered what animals think and talk about or when they make their sound what are they trying to convey. Those who have pets at home are well aware of what I am talking about. All pet parents will know what their pet […]

5 Must-Read Books on San Francisco Black History and Culture

Once you become interested in San Francisco history, it’s a thirst that seems to never be quenched. You find yourself falling down a rabbit hole of old photos, antique maps, personal narratives, and facts about your hometown you’ve never known, and you instantly want to learn more. Unfortunately, there are certain areas of Bay history […]

Open Book Show 6: Life and Resistance in the Everyday

Throughout the airy, warehouse-like space of Arion Press, the Open Book Show 6 climbs up walls, sits on tables, perches on the floors. Crowds weave in and out between the various raised surfaces holding sketchbooks, zines, and other tactile objects. People touch the objects on display with a mix of reverence and curiosity: gentle hands […]

Books are Bae: The Bay Area’s Beloved Big Book Sale is Back in Full Swing This Week

It’s that time of the year again where Bay Area temperatures drop, Karl The Fog seems to put on his winter coat, and books seemingly fly off the shelves. Nobody can put together a gargantuan book sale quite like the SFPL (San Francisco Public Library). With over 500,000 titles priced three dollars or less, the […]

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