Laureano Figueroa is a Sophomore Advertising Major.
Greetings! I’m Laureano Figueroa and I serve as the Vice President of Public Relations on ASUSF Senate. As the Foghorn introduces its newest weekly report on the ASUSF Senate news feature, I’m overjoyed with the Foghorn’s help in getting us closer to accomplishing our goal of transparency. Continue reading Senate Welcomes Transparency
The De Young Museum knows how to entice patrons from art connoisseurs to roaming tourists. With their widely advertised “Free Friday Nights at the De Young,” there is almost no excuse to not experience the abundance of themed installations, performances, and art pieces the museum has to offer. It doesn’t matter what knowledge you possess of the arts, or even how much time you have, because the experience comes with no cost. Continue reading De Young Serves After Hours Art On the House
Nestled at the end of a residential court between Anza and Geary, the Neptune Society Columbarium stands tall as a tribute to baroque and neoclassical architecture. The main building has a large dominating dome and stained glass windows. An accompanying building with an office and more niches sits adjacent to the domed building with a garden in between. Iron gates guard the entrance to the structure that has existed for over a hundred years. It is the only columbarium in San Francisco that is a designated landmark and open to the public. Continue reading Neptune Society Columbarium: SF’s Hidden Historical Gem
While San Francisco is known to be friendly to all dietary preferences, primarily to vegans and vegetarians, one could find all the meat-lovers at 4505 Burgers & BBQ on Divisadero. And it wouldn’t be an SF establishment without it’s locally sourced meat from animals raised humanely. However, dining at 4505, you feel like you’re at a County Fair in the south or in a Texan ranch. Or if you’re feeling like Frank Underwood from “House of Cards,” this place can be your Freddy’s BBQ Joint. Continue reading 4505 Burgers & BBQ – A Carnivore’s Delight
Since the notoriously belligerent days of the Barbary Coast saloons, San Francisco has boasted a series of intoxicatingly fun drinking venues. From college bars on Geary, to watering holes in the Mission, and night clubs in the Marina, San Francisco has some drunk love for just about anyone. But before embarking on a night of slurred conversations and pitiable arrhythmic grinding, one must break down the idiosyncratic stereotypes that define the bars of this fine city. Continue reading Thirst-quenching, Gut-wrenching, Head-Spinning SF Bar Scene