We all know the term “little black dress” or LBD. It’s always going to be in style, but where did it come from? Who wore it? And is a plain dress even enough anymore?
When people picture OSA, they usually think of the old logo – the purple, red, and black one. They might also think of the portables and the tent, or perhaps they picture the lovely Fox Theater. But in the last year, OSA has gotten a whole new makeover: we have a new logo, new colors, [...]
Putting a whole Oreo inside of a chocolate chip cookie? At first the idea sounded ridiculous…but then I went ahead and did it.
It is your responsibility to know how to choke in style.
It had a wonderful, balanced, non-forceful fluctuation of good and bad emotion. The actors, as usual, were remarkably disciplined and talented. I was impressed: “Streetcar Named Desire” you get a 9/10!
Among the many things the Bay Area is known for (the food, the mix of diverse and interesting people, the scenery, and on and on…) is the music. Incredibly successful bands have been started near our golden gates, ranging from Deerhoof to Chris Isaak, Green Day to the Grateful Dead, and E-40 to Bonnie Raitt. [...]
“Black History month is important to me because I feel like if you don’t learn about your own history, how can you learn about anything else?”
Every day, we OSA high school students are presented with a golden opportunity.
He’s married to Ms. Hendrie!
So you’ve been trapped in Home Depot overnight…