St. Patrick’s Day is recognized around the world on March 17th. It is a cultural and religious day for those with Irish heritage to celebrate and remember Saint Patrick, the first patron saint of Ireland. It is also widely recognized
Macaroni and cheese is a well-known American comfort food. It is made with noodles and cheese sauce. The sauce is usually made with sharp yellow cheddar, but you can use other cheeses, such as gouda or parmesan. Some people also
Independence Day, commonly known as the 4th of July, is a day of celebration in the United States. On July 4th, 1776, the USA adopted the Declaration of Independence, establishing the country as an independent nation from Great Britain and
Hey Students! If you are looking for something fun to do this afternoon, check out the Holiday Indie Mart! This event is a craft fair with many local vendors. It is a great opportunity to see some of this city’s
’tis that time of year again…for Fleet Week! This is your opportunity to see US Navy Ships parade in the bay and jet planes rip through the sky in perfect coordination. I always find the Air Show (specifically the Blue Angels)
For many of you IIC students, this is the first time you are experiencing October in the states. Have you noticed the abundance of pumpkin products in grocery stores and cafes? As you can see, many Americans go crazy for
We all know and love this bayside city as San Francisco. However, did you know this hilly land was once called by another name? Back in 1835, the bay area was a small Mexican settlement know as Yerba Buena.
Have any of you IIC students had a chance to check out the delightful Castro Theatre yet? The Castro Theatre is a beautiful movie palace built in 1922. The architecture alone is reason enough to visit this place. You’ll immediately feel