Youth Bill of Rights

Modern technology is allowing youth around the country to raise their voice and take part in financial decision making on the federal level. The White House is calling for youth to help them determine the best ways to spend money to serve youth in need, by logging on to the
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Linda Jackson, Keisha (who preferred not to give her last name), and Shantay Wesley pose with a fake sandwich during the festival. (Sarah Brennan/Staff)

Berkeley Juneteenth Festival

On Sunday, Berkeley celebrated Juneteenth – the date the last state emancipated slaves – by having a festival with outdoor music, games and food. The festival was located at the corner of Alcatraz Avenue and Adeline Street.

Carolyn's Creole Kitchen, a catering business based in Oakland, was one of the many participating food vendors at the Juneteenth Festival.  (Sarah Brennan/Staff)

Berkeley Juneteenth

The Berkeley Juneteenth festival commemorates the date of the last state to emancipate slaves.

SF Balloon Magic, a party supply company located in Glen Park, starts the parade off with a bevy of rainbow-colored balloons. Ashley Chen/Staff

San Francisco Pride Parade

Sunday marked the 42nd annual San Francisco Pride Parade, a celebration of the LGBT community. This year’s theme was global equality. Click through the gallery to check out our collection of photographs from the event.

Veggie - The Coffee Spot. Derek Remsburg/Senior Staff


To accompany our article on sandwiches in the Telegraph area, senior staff photographer Derek Remsburg scanned sandwiches and subs from various vendors in the neighborhood. This post was inspired by the photography of


Fire Juggling

A man busks on Telegraph Avenue by juggling fire while walking on a tight rope.