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20th Annual Bay Area Classic Yo Yo Contest

Over 100 of the top yo-yo competitors will compete in the 20th Annual Bay Area Classic Yo Yo Contest on Saturday, June 3, 2017, from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm. The free to view Contest will be held at the Children’s Discovery Museum. Contest Schedule: 9:00 AM – 12:30: Prelims 12:30 – 1:00 PM: Break / On […]

Maker Faire Bay Area 2017: The Future of the Food Maker Movement

The Maker Movement has been shaping a new generation of “agents of change” who are a huge interest to the Future Food Institute. Read more on MAKE The post Maker Faire Bay Area 2017: The Future of the Food Maker Movement appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

Ken Ackerman, quintessential Bay Area radio announcer, dies

Ken Ackerman, whose classic, stentorian radio announcer’s voice graced Bay Area airwaves for more than five decades, has died. Mr. Ackerman is best remembered as the soothing announcer on the overnight music program “Music ’Til Dawn” on KCBS. Mr. Show More Summary

Bay Area political events: Guns, LGBT rights

Bay Area political events: Guns, LGBT rights Political events Elizabeth Warren event: A conversation with Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and MSNBC host Joy-Ann Reid at the Palace of Fine Arts Theatre, 3301 Lyon St. in San Francisco. The...Show More Summary

These Revolutionary Color-Changing False Eyelashes Are a Rave For Your Face

A revolutionary eyelash invention is making extensions and magnetic variations seem standard. At the annual Maker Faire in the Bay Area, designer Tien Pham unveiled a pair of interactive LED false eyelashes, referred to as F.Lashes. Here's how they work: the eyelash strips are glued to your natural eyelashes using any regular eyelash glue. Show More Summary

We Can't Stop Looking at These Extremely Sexual Photos of Fruit

Stephanie Sarley plays with her food. Then she posts it online. The 28-year-old Bay Area artist is known for her provocative pictures of fruit—which have caught on in a big way: She has 225,000 Instagram followers and counting. Sarley thinks a lot about censorship, copyright infringement, and what makes people uncomfortable and why. Show More Summary

Bay Area political events: Elizabeth Warren, LGBT rally

Bay Area political events: Political events A roundup of upcoming events: Elizabeth Warren event: A conversation with Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and MSNBC host Joy-Ann Reid at the Palace of Fine Arts Theatre, 3301 Lyon St. in San...Show More Summary

Key Crazy: Inside The Wonderful World Of Keyboard Fanatics

"Have you met Jacob?" It's the first question they ask me, inside a small meeting room, deep in the heart of Facebook's Menlo Park campus, where keyboard fans from across the Bay Area have braved the rain to show off their boutique builds. Many of them have spent thousands of dollars on their board collections, with custom switches and keycaps. More »      

Reduced public transit in Bay Area on Memorial Day

Memorial Day Transit schedules and other services Monday. Banks, financial institutions Closed Post offices Closed, no mail delivery. BART Sunday schedule Muni Sunday schedule Golden Gate Transit Holiday schedule for buses and ferries SamTrans Sunday schedule Caltrain Sunday schedule AC Transit Sunday schedule San Francisco parking Meters enforced. Show More Summary

California 'anti-fascist' activist charged with assault

A former San Francisco Bay Area community college philosophy teacher and "anti-fascist" activist was charged Friday with hitting several people in the head with a bicycle lock during a violent … Click to Continue »

SOS Message Has Australian Police Scratching Their Heads

Police are searching for answers—and possibly missing people—after an SOS signal was spotted recently in a remote part of Western Australia, the BBC reports. A helicopter spotted rocks spelling out SOS in an area called Swift Bay. According to the Sydney Morning Herald the rocks are 75 miles...

Political events in the Bay Area: Russia, Elizabeth Warren

Political events in the Bay Area: Political events A roundup of upcoming events: The Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity will host a discussion on immigration, followed by postcard writing to support social justice. The event is from 10 a.m. Show More Summary

Tips of the Week: Maker Faire Bay Area Edition

This week's tips come to you by way of the greatest show & tell on Earth, Maker Faire Bay Area. Read more on MAKE The post Tips of the Week: Maker Faire Bay Area Edition appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

Former professor is arrested in beatings at Berkeley rally

Authorities say a former San Francisco Bay Area junior college professor has been arrested for allegedly beating three people during violent clashes between supporters and detractors of President Trump last month. Berkeley Police Lt. Dan Montgomery says 28-year-old Eric Clanton was arrested in...

Police still don't know why this creepy SOS signal appeared in Australia

A mysterious SOS sign made of rocks spotted by a pilot flying over Swift Bay in Western Australia has perplexed authorities.  A ground search of the remote area quickly followed but yielded zero "recent human activity." SEE ALSO: These...Show More Summary

Cool, cloudy Memorial Day weekend in store for most of Bay Area

Cool, cloudy Memorial Day weekend in store for most of Bay Area The sun is forecast to make few appearances, primarily peeking through the clouds, said Roger Gass, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. “Look for a mix of...Show More Summary

Bites: At Bay Area Restaurant, Roadside Food With a California Accent

The chef at Dad’s Luncheonette is an alumnus of Saison, the wildly expensive San Francisco spot. Dad’s is anything but.

New BART Police Chief Officially Sworn In

Carlos Rojas is Bay Area Rapid Transit's new chief of police. Chief Rojas was sworn into office at the May 25, 2017 Board of Directors meeting.

WHY ARE DEMOCRAT-DOMINATED INSTITUTIONS SUCH CESSPITS OF REPRESSIVE VIOLENCE: Bay Area college prof…

WHY ARE DEMOCRAT-DOMINATED INSTITUTIONS SUCH CESSPITS OF REPRESSIVE VIOLENCE: Bay Area college professor used U-shaped bike lock in beating, police say: Alleged Antifa bike lock attacker Eric Clanton held in Berkeley jail. Eric Clanton remained in custody in lieu of $200,000 bail at Berkeley Jail on Thursday and is scheduled to be arraigned at 9 […]

Intel’s Vision for Single Board Computers is to Have Better Vision

At the Bay Area Maker Faire last weekend, Intel was showing off a couple of sexy newcomers in the Single Board Computer (SBC) market. It’s easy to get trapped into thinking that SBCs are all about simple boards with a double-digit price tag like the Raspberry Pi. Show More Summary

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