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California Sunday Issue Release Party

We're teaming up with our friends at Minnesota Street Project to celebrate the release of the April issue of The California Sunday Magazine. Join us for drinks, light bites, and some behind-the-scenes stories from the art and editorial teams.



In this issue:




For the past 148 years, Yosemite’s Lyell Glacier has taught us about the Earth — how it was created and where it was going. Daniel Duane hikes the Lyell with a geologist to find out what it can teach us about how the Earth might end.



The pregnant teen, the villager giving birth far from home, the woman imprisoned for miscarrying. Photographer Nadia Shira Cohen shows us what pregnancy is like in El Salvador, where women can’t choose where, or whether, to give birth.

What happens when you put a classroom on wheels and park it in the poorest neighborhoods of San Francisco? Elizabeth Weil climbs aboard to find out.


After a mysterious freestyle ski run in last year’s Winter Olympics, people called Elizabeth Swaney a scam artist and the worst athlete in the history of the games. Davy Rothbart explains why they’re wrong.