Snapshots from a San Francisco Skateboarder: In Conversation with James Ferrando

James Ferrando and I first meet at a neighborhood cafe in the Richmond—a space filled with warm wood tones and soft leather couches. Well, we plan to meet there. He is easily recognizable by his long curly hair and the skateboard resting under the table, and he is situated by the window, looking out onto […]

“Ours:” An Art Installation That Got Familiarly Intimate

This must be a sign, I thought to myself, as I turned my ticker on and parallel parked into the spot that I had come across on Pine St. Only one block away. This is definitely a sign. After a full afternoon that consisted of visiting a friend over in Berkeley, sitting in (less severe […]

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