The Miami City Commission just rejected grand, $121M redevelopment plans for the Miami Marine stadium and surrounding area. Despite nixing the plan, the city is determined to preserve 1963 Biscayne Bay modernist icon—just on a smaller scale. The Times has...
Former NFL head coach Jon Gruden started the Fired Football Coaches Association after being let go by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2008. The FFCA aims to save youth football, an area of the sport that Gruden says is in trouble. Gruden is helping high school football teams across the country find cost-effective ways to improve their practices. Show More Summary
Meteorologist Lawrence Karnow no longer works at San Francisco CBS owned station KPIX. San Francisco Bay Area media blogger Rich Lieberman reports Karnow was a victim of budget cuts at the station. His bio is no longer up on the station website. Karnow started at KPIX in July 1997. Show More Summary
The Bay Area's fight between residents and Airbnb continues.
Police say Bay area pharmacy was targeted for high-powered opiates, and it's not the first time
A discriminatory Bay Area photography shop that won't shoot any couples in order to avoid photographing same-sex couples is getting left behind by its industry. read more
Dozens of people in Oakland, California, protesting the Ferguson grand jury decision have gotten around police and are blocking traffic on a major highway in the Bay Area.
Dancers from legendary Bay Area hip-hop dance crews in the 1970s and 80s reminisce about the old days and show that they still have the moves. Wonderful. There's no school like the old school. (via waxy) Tags: dance music video
KQED Arts recently brought together veteran street dancers from the San Francisco Bay Area in a very entertaining video feature on the history of Bay Area hip-hop dancing. The video includes demonstrations by Sal “Doc Lock” Barcena of San Francisco dance group The GroovMekanex, and Charles “Chuck” Powell of the Oakland-based Black Messengers dance crew. […]
Through A Lens Darkly is a look at the history of black photography in America, showing tonight at the Northwest Film Forum and definitely recommended viewing. Bay Area New School Meets Bay Area Old School: As G-Eazy and E-40 roll through...Show More Summary
Dunkin’ Donuts can’t stop opening locations in California. Dunkin' Donuts wants to make sure that all of California runs on Dunkin'. According to a press release, the chain plans to force feed the Bay Area Snickerdoodle Lattes and fake Cronuts by opening 63 new locations. Show More Summary
by Andrew Sacher Bay Area band Calculator signed to Count Your Lucky Stars last year and then reissued their Jack Shirley-produced debut on the label. Now they're ready to put out their first new release for the label, a new...
If you’re looking for some new music to check out, boy have I got a band for you! I want to introduce you to Bay Area rockers Black Map, which features members of Dredge, A Trophy Fire, and Far. The band released their debut album …And We Explode last month just before Halloween and it’s […]
The 49ers look to keep their playoff push going with a win over Washington. Washington has a difficult task ahead as it travels to the Bay Area to take on Colin Kaepernick and the San Francisco 49ers. At 3-7, its playoff chances areShow More Summary
The Bay Area in 1920. "Dodge auto on boardwalk. 'The Damner' on Miller Tires Coast-to-Coast." All we know about what seems to have been a promotional stunt is preserved in this 5x7 glass negative by Christopher Helin. View full size...
A late-summer trip to San Francisco with my wife, child and parents had all of us wanting to check out different parts of the City by the Bay. With some planning, we were able to combine touristy highlights with lesser-known areas, including where we stayed — the city's NoPa neighborhood....
Drink in season with this diverse collection of beer and spirits from around the Bay Area, from pumpkin barleywine to applejack.
A Bay Area photography shop will stop working on all weddings after refusing to work with a gay couple on their big day. read more
With convenience and department stores rolling out the nutcrackers, chocolate Santas, and elves on shelves San Francisco is buzzing about the upcoming Santa Skivvies Run. The Bay Area’s most festive holiday romp brings hundreds of sexy Santas for a mad dash for 1.6 miles from the UN Plaza to the Castro. All proceeds go directly to […]
Sephora has announced the adoption of Apple Pay for all Bay Area and Manhattan stores, starting today. Over 70 percent of Sephora’s in-store customers are also iPhone owners, according to internal company research. But Sephora had to...Show More Summary