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Culture, The Exhibitionist Tourism for Locals: Dressing Up St. Paul's Catholic Church for <i>Sister Act</i>

Tourism for Locals: Dressing Up St. Paul's Catholic Church for Sister Act

It's finally October and, with Halloween quickly approaching, we're planning our costume. Yet donning costumes isn't only a characteristic of human beings, but also inanimate objects; more specifically: San Francisco architecture.  In 1992, a local San Francisco church was…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist Tourism for Locals: Hallidie Building First in Nation to Employ Glass Curtain Style

Tourism for Locals: Hallidie Building First in Nation to Employ Glass Curtain Style

San Francisco is, and has been, home to inquisitive authors, brilliant inventors, and — as we'll explore this week — architectural mavericks.  While we know that San Francisco is home to famous buildings and homes, we have one edifice…
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Culture, The Exhibitionist Tourism For Locals: Admiring the Hibernia Bank Building

Tourism For Locals: Admiring the Hibernia Bank Building

One doesn't find many ruins in San Francisco, dwelling in stark juxtaposition of modern architecture, especially since our city is very young in comparison to European countries. Nonetheless, we do have one relic offering a similar experience of architectural nostalgia and…
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