Post Tagged with: "Camilla Marais"

Why the days after Valentine’s Days are the best days for everyone

Why the days after Valentine’s Days are the best days for everyone

February 21, 2017

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By Camilla Marais | Culture Editor Valentine’s Day is easily the most controversial holiday of any calendar year. Social media, as always, offers itself up… Read More ›

Lake shore fine dining

January 31, 2017

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By Camilla Marais | Culture Editor I, without a doubt, feel extremely lucky to live in the Bay Area. Technology, music, and food aside, we… Read More ›

Neil Patrick Harris portrays the grim and scheming Count Olaf, the “guardian” to the three Baudelaire children. (Courtesy of Collider)

“A Series of Unfortunate Events” haunts Netflix

January 24, 2017

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By Camilla Marais | Culture Editor I don’t know how many of your childhoods went, but I can say that much of mine was spent… Read More ›

How to get the most out of cuffing season

January 18, 2017

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By Camilla Marais | Culture Editor Winter brings a shift within our society. We put on more layers, our hot chocolate intake goes up 300… Read More ›

Mariah Carey’s iconic album should be celebrated year round and not limited to the lone month of December. (Courtesy of My Merry Christmas)

Christmas melodies, always appropriate

November 8, 2016

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By Camilla Marais | Culture Editor As the weather turns cold and the leaves change colors, Californians begin to enjoy what we consider to be… Read More ›

Moraga is blessed with Graze, Hawaiian cuisine

November 1, 2016

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By Camilla Marais | Culture Editor As fun as exploring Bay Area cuisine is, from Berkeley to San Francisco, there is a point where we… Read More ›

The notorious body of water has inspired countless myths and legends since its discovery thousands of years ago. (Courtesy of the New York Post)

Science solves the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle

November 1, 2016

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By Camila Marais | Culture Editor For centuries, the Bermuda Triangle has manifested notoriously within folklore, legends, myths, movies, books, and much more. The mysterious… Read More ›

DISNEY'S HAUNTED MANSION originated to 1960 as one of the first commercialized haunted rides in theme parks. (Courtesy of FizzLive)

Haunted houses’ history: The original haunts

October 25, 2016

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By Camilla Marais | Culture Editor Halloween is my least favorite holiday of the year. I enjoy holidays based on good food and family, like… Read More ›

Vote Yes of Proposition 56: Let’s curb tobacco addiction

October 25, 2016

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By Camilla Marais | Culture Editor This November, voters will have more than Clinton vs. Trump to vote on. Besides these two presidential candidates, the… Read More ›

Oakland’s Homeroom satisfies with nostalgic cuisine

Oakland’s Homeroom satisfies with nostalgic cuisine

October 18, 2016

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By Camilla Marais | Culture Editor As soon as I heard that Moraga was facing a rainy weekend, I knew what I needed: comfort food.… Read More ›

BANKS’ second album brings success with “The Altar”

October 10, 2016

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By Camilla Marais | Culture Editor Just when I thought I could not fall into a deeper infatuation with the sultry singer, BANKS released “The… Read More ›

Facebook cooking videos make recipes visual

Facebook cooking videos make recipes visual

October 4, 2016

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By Camilla Marais 590 million people are connected Facebook’s food pages. From Tastemade to BuzzFeed Food, Food52 to Delish, it’s impossible to scroll through your… Read More ›

Six Flags cost six figures

September 27, 2016

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By Camilla Marais | Culture Editor This weekend I went to Six Flags Discovery Kingdom. The tickets were already pricey, as well as the gas,… Read More ›

Coffee Shop expands to new Lafayette location

September 27, 2016

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By Camilla Marais | Culture Editor When I heard that Walnut Creek’s beloved Coffee Shop was coming to Lafayette, I literally counted the days to… Read More ›

george + lennie offers artisan coffee and baked goods in the Tenderloin. (Courtesy of Spulrge)

How to do an SF day trip differently

September 27, 2016

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By Camilla Marais | Culture Editor If you’ve grown up in the Bay Area, or at least follow some locals on social media, you’ve been… Read More ›