Citizen Zuckerberg: The Rise and Fall of An Internet Tycoon

Pondering (or perhaps just pandering) the legacy of a legend The year is 2115. Everyone on earth has access to the Internet, Amazon Prime, and their own Etsy store as humanity continues to prosper in a brave ...

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National Geographic’s Cristina Mittermeier on how imagery can spark activism

Talking photography and environmentalism ahead of Redwood City’s Nat Geo speaker series by Charles Russo At the water line in the Great Bear Sea, British Columbia. (Photo courtesy of Cristina Mittermeier) There are no shortage of quotes about the power ...

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An afternoon within the City of the Dead

The deceased greatly outnumber the living in the Necropolis of Colma By Charles Russo The huge sprawling graveyard of Cypress Lawn Cemetery. (Photo by Charles Russo) The ravens wanted me out of the graveyard. Indignant to my presence, they protested with ...

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Our guide to six of Silicon Valley’s most stellar vineyards

Here is what’s fermenting at the local wineries of the Santa Cruz Mountains by Laura Ness Mindego Ridge: 10 acres of sun-warmed Pinot vines off Alpine Road. They are fairly anonymous and the majority are not open to the public. ...

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Check out 15 years worth of Bridge School Benefit concert photography

Photographer Erika Carrillo shares more than 15 years of imagery from Neil Young’s Bridge School Benefit. Photos by Erika Carrillo/Text by Charles Russo Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters (and Nirvana fame) performing at the Bridge School Benefit in ...

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Is Neil Young’s Bridge School Concert really cancelled or just under construction?

Pegi Young hints at the return of one of rock & roll’s greatest festivals and explains why the Bridge School isn’t about to call it quits. Neil Young performing solo acoustic at the annual Bridge School Benefit ...

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