The Opera Singer
The Opera Singer
On the Media
On the Media
The Real Fisherman's Wharf
The Real Fisherman's Wharf
Beethoven's Kitchen
Beethoven's Kitchen
Signal Tower Speakeasy
Signal Tower Speakeasy
Ole's Waffle Shop
Ole's Waffle Shop
Salim's Kite
Salim's Kite
The Godfather of Skate
The Godfather of Skate
The Opera SingerThis is the story of a man who fell from grace. From the biggest stages in the world to the streets of San Francisco. Tim Blevins has suffered from addiction, health problems and housing issues but retains a resiliency to rebound and make it back to centerstage, reconnect with his family and mend his missteps.
On the MediaA chaotic orchestra of media descend on the SAP Center in San Jose, California to have a chance to talk to some of the star Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers players days before Super Bowl 50.
The Real Fisherman's WharfErik Sandquist takes us through the Golden Gate Bridge north of San Francisco in the Pacific Ocean and speaks about his experience as a commercial anchovy fisherman
Beethoven's KitchenCypress String quartet performs a lunchtime concert at St. Anthony’s Dining Room, serving San Francisco's poor and homeless.
Signal Tower SpeakeasyPerched atop Yerba Buena Island, between Oakland and San Francisco, the bay area's underground gathers for one of the last speakeasies in an old naval signaltower.
Ole's Waffle ShopJim, Keith, Alice, Cisco, Hank—Dolores Jeanpierre knows all of them by first name and doesn't hesitate to serve them “the usual.” In her 37th year working the diner as Alameda’s first black waitress, Dolores shares her love for her regulars and ponders her future.
Salim's KiteOn a recent Wednesday afternoon on Mission and 8th street, during the height of rush hour, a red kite could be seen hovering over the buses and cars passing below. It was a brief moment of beauty amid the trundling buses and bustling commuters.
The Godfather of SkateThere are few people left who still go to the "Skatin' Place" at Golden Gate Park every Sunday since it's inception. David Miles, Jr. is one of them. He has missed about 10 Sundays since the late 70's. “All my old skater friends used to live around the neighborhood...they’re gone. Nobody can live here. First they move to the east bay and then they move out.”
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