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Debatable: What Is Valentine’s Day About? February 10, 2020

In the United States, February 14th is a well-known day—it’s Valentine’s Day! While some people love that there’s a day dedicated to love, oth

Only Comfort Dogs, Please February 6, 2020

If you’ve traveled by plane recently, it’s possible you’ve seen more and more pets in the airplane aisles. That’s because there’s been an in

Is The Iowa Caucus Important? January 31, 2020

Why Should Tweens & Teens Care About The Iowa Caucus? It’s election time and while you may not be old enough to vote, the next president of

Youth Spotlight: Amara Santos November 26, 2019

This month, we’re featuring Amara Santos in our Youth Spotlight series. She’s a member of the San Francisco Youth Commission, and is passionate ab

Event: Youth Town Hall With Mark Leno May 4, 2018

Get your voices heard! Did you know that San Francisco residents will be heading to their polling stations on June 5th to vote for their next mayor? O

Commonwealth Games 2018 April 14, 2018

Most of us know about the Olympic Games, which the whole world participates in, but have you ever heard of the Commonwealth Games? It is the sporting

Junior Reporter: The Story of Capri Everitt March 9, 2018

Junior Reporter Siona M. visited the Bay Area International Children’s Film Festival. She watched a movie about Capri Everitt, titled “A

Dinner Table Conversation: Can Art Get You Into Trouble? March 9, 2018

You are probably familiar with comic books. They’re usually funny and artistic, and they can tell amazing stories. Now what if cartoons did a little

Junior Reporter: The Super Bowl Lowdown February 2, 2018

Junior Reporter Neel N. is excited about the Super Bowl. He wrote us a pretty neat pre-game analysis! Will it be the New England Patriots or the Phila