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David Andrews

David Andrews is a print and visual journalist and video producer who is concerned with the human condition, shedding light on social injustices and featuring those who might go overlooked. Originally from Baltimore, Md., he graduated Penn State in 2013 with a BA in Journalism with a focus in Visual Journalism. Before moving to San Francisco, he was a Videographer at Advertising Media Plus, in Baltimore, Md. and worked as a freelance photographer for the Baltimore Sun.

Jun 23, 2017
San Francisco Hayes Valley

Hayes Valley Resident Turns Heads With Feathered Companion

Paul Tortora and his cockatoo, Casper, have blurred the line between city oddity and community staple. Read More

Feb 14, 2017
Feb 08, 2017
San Francisco Russian Hill

Marin Cycling Studio 'Pelo Fitness' Brings A Musical Touch To Polk Street Debut

Founded by a drummer who toured with the likes of Madonna and Lenny Kravitz, the spin studio structures its classes like an orchestra. Read More

Feb 03, 2017
San Francisco Lower Nob Hill Nob Hill

New Art Show Honors Work Of Hayao Miyazaki, Beloved Japanese Animator

50 artists have created new work inspired by Miyazaki's films, including 'My Neighbor Totoro,' 'Spirited Away,' and 'Princess Mononoke.' Read More

Jan 30, 2017
San Francisco Embarcadero Fisherman's Wharf

Unnecessary Roughness: Alcatraz Exhibit Challenges Prison System—With Football Jerseys

The multilayered exhibit, which runs through Super Bowl Sunday, combines math, sports and literary references. Read More

Jan 24, 2017
San Francisco Lower Nob Hill Nob Hill

New 'Nob Hill General Store' Puts Artisanal Spin On Corner Store Concept

The new corner market offers both lotto tickets and more artisanal wares, along with fun twists like a working payphone. Read More

Jan 20, 2017
San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge

Scenes From The Golden Gate Bridge's 'Bridge Together' Demonstration

We got to know some of the 3,000 people who came together on the bridge to "celebrate unity and love in the face of divisiveness and hate." Read More

Jan 13, 2017
San Francisco

Were SF's Heavy Rains Enough To Make A Dent In The Drought?

Wondering about the impact of this month's big rainstorms? We asked two experts for their thoughts. Read More

Jan 12, 2017
San Francisco Golden Gate Park Inner Sunset

Why The SF Botanical Garden Is Worth Visiting In The Dead Of Winter

It may seem counterintuitive, but there's still lots to see at the garden in winter, including numerous blooms and an indoor art exhibit. Read More

Jan 07, 2017
San Francisco Civic Center Embarcadero Financial District Mid-Market Mission SoMa

Transit Riders To Grin And Bare It For Tomorrow's 'No Pants Subway Ride'

Tomorrow, anyone is encouraged to ride public transportation without pants, while trying to keep a straight face. Read More