The Lord ain’t my shepherd

Cal in Color

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When I would ask about my absent dad, my mom would tell not me to worry, reminding me of my Heavenly Father watching over me from up above. I love you, Mom, but that’s crazy talk. I don’t want white Christ watching over me as much as I don’t want
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Are you going to eat that?

On the Mark

It all started with food. I grew up as a meat-and-potatoes Midwestern kid. My parents made a lot of casseroles. Tuna casserole, one of my mom’s go-tos, consisted of noodles, tuna, cream and breadcrumbs. Chinese Pie, aka Shepherd’s Pie, one of my dad’s specialties, was made of layered potatoes, peas
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Sustainable hosting: tomorrow must change

Countries, especially those that are poorer or less developed, struggle to come up with the funds necessary to build the new stadiums and transportation networks that organizational bodies such as FIFA and the International Olympic Committee, or IOC, require.
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‘Xichulense Yo Soy’ celebrates culture, diversity at Fort Mason

It’s not just a performance — it’s a celebration; of raw emotion, of music, of the capacity for musicians to connect to an audience. “Xichulense Yo Soy” the Ensambles Ballet Folklórico de San Francisco’s 25th-anniversary show prompted rapturous shouting and applause last Saturday throughout Cowell Theater.
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