Arts & Culture

Band: Scissors for Lefty

Those of us at UCSF know Bryan Garza as a member of the facilities management team. By day he helps those of us on campus with various tasks but by night, he fronts the indie rock band Scissors for Lefty.

I'm going to give you two pieces of advice. First off, don't take my advice. It's a dangerous precedent to set. The last person who took my advice ended up in a PhD program. He does not return my calls. 

Combining two winning cultural elements, the Latino Association of Pharmacy Students (LAPS) kicked off the Salsa y Salsa with a salsa-tasting competition, while students of  the world-renowned salsa dancer Mario Luís Alabi put on a spectacular per

Master of My Make Believe, the sophomore album from Santi White, better known as Santigold, came out in May, but we’re reviewing it now because it continues to be such an amazing album.

Because I enjoy matinee prices, discussing a movie over dinner and still getting to bed on time, I’ll review these in the order I actually did them.

One area of adjustment for me during the start of medical school was cutting back on my indulgence in music and art.

Recently I had the privilege of interviewing Dr.

2012 has been the year in which the Photography Interest Club (PIC) has permeated through all layers of UCSF.

San Francisco Performances’ Culture Card is the best deal in town for arts lovers.