Light Saber School
Golden Gate Knights teach Star Wars fans in San Francisco during a combat choreography class for Jedis-in-training with their weapon of choice: the light saber.
Jim Collum (foreground) and other students work on light saber skills during a Golden Gate Knights class in San Francisco on Feb. 10, 2013. A group of San Francisco Star Wars fans who want to travel to a galaxy not that far away have created a combat choreography class for Jedis-in-training with their weapon of choice: the light saber. (Associated Press)
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