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Hollywood has its name stamped into the hillside, and so does South San Francisco. The city itself, however, has gotten by without a mark of delineation — until now, with the installation of the word “DREAM” in shimmering capital letters on the east-facing slope of Bernal Hill. The public art, to be officially unveiled in a ceremony Friday, Sept. 22, is by Ana Teresa Fernández, but the concept is not original. For years Fernández has driven by “DREAM” in repeated graffiti on a building at the bottom of a hill near the Alemany freeway merge. She turned that graffiti into block letters 12 feet high, and raised them off the ground with poles.
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- Kennedy-Richmond hoping to build on last year’s success
By Mitch Stephens - Monday Sep 11, 2017
The 2016 season of “We all we got, we all we need,” wasn’t an inspirational building block, Kennedy-Richmond head coach George Jackson Jr. said. Sure, the Eagles went 10-2, their first winning season in 28 years. Yes, they won their first playoff game in the same stretch and tied for the most wins in the 49-year history of the school. But it was how it abruptly ended — a rainy, tear-drenched 16-8 North Coast Section Division 4 quarterfinal home loss to Piedmont — that the Eagles can’t get out of their souls. “Hey, we had fun and enjoyed most of that season, but we were so far from satisfied how it all ended,” Jackson said. “We don’t want to end in a flood of tears. ...