Since 1874, the Victorian lighthouse at East Brother Island has continued to be a landmark for sailors. “The light has to be on. If it’s not we have to tell the Coast Guard and there’s a back-up that comes on,” said Anne Witts, who together … Read More →
Category Archives: multimedia
Through this short multimedia piece you’ll enter the world of bondage and also you’ll learn about the life of an expert bondage instructor. Produced by Verónica Moscoso in 2010.
BART and bus riders from Richmond and neighboring cities give their opinion about the verdict in the Johannes Mehserle trial. The jury found Mehserle, a former BART police officer, guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the 2009 shooting death of Oscar Grant on an Oakland train platform. The verdict caused … Read More →
As parents we go crazy about every new milestone our babies reach. I got tears in my eyes the first time I heard my baby laugh and wished I had a camera recording that moment. Her laughter is my favorite sound. These days modern day … Read More →
In an effort to build community and prevent crime, the City of Richmond celebrated the 27th annual National Night Out Tuesday with block parties throughout the city. The city joined 35 million citizens around the country in celebration. Police officers and firefighters visited 24 different … Read More →
Encantada store celebrated Dia de los Muertos with a fashion show. Chanting, dancing, singing, burning sage and ‘doing their little thing’ on the catwalk. That’s how true Mission locals like Encantada Gallery owner, Mia Gonzalez, and her crew of fashionistas throw down. Dia de Los … Read More →
Point Molate served as a U.S. Navy fuel station on the shoreline of Richmond between 1942 and 1995. The area was then entrusted to the city of Richmond, which in 2004 entered into an agreement with the Guidiville Band of Pomo Indians, in association with … Read More →
Pineapple upside-down cake, potato salad, homemade hummus and more decorated the table for a potluck organized by the Richmond Heights Neighborhood Council this past Monday. Community members gathered at the Humboldt play lot, where neighbors mingled with members of the fire department and enjoyed a … Read More →
Richmond voters talk about the issues and races that brought them out to the polls for Tuesday’s direct primary. Photos and audio by Veronica Moscoso.
Nostalgia is a digital story produced in 2009 as a result of a workshop at The Center for Digital Storytelling (CDS). A digital story uses digital media to tell meaningful personal stories. “Nostalgia is the recreation of a dream that was so intense I keep … Read More →
Historias con sabor a sueño is a digital story about the book with the same name. The digital story was produced in 2001 as a result of a workshop at The Center for Digital Storytelling (CDS). A digital story uses digital media to tell meaningful … Read More →