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Five Missing After Sailing Regatta Hit by Storm in Alabama

A multi-agency search is underway and will continue through the night for at least five missing boaters after a strong storm system passed the Mobile Bay, Alabama area Saturday afternoon. The post Five Missing After Sailing Regatta Hit by Storm in Alabama appeared first on gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News.

More Trouble for Bay Area Catholics – Unearthed Lawsuit Against Father Illo for Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress

TweetHere’s today’s allegation: “The facts of the 2005 lawsuit against Father Illo, which required him to pay $14,000 for therapy for the young girl he traumatized, are as follows: An 11-year-old girl came to Father Illo in confidence to report an incident of sexual abuse by one of the priests in Illo’s parish in Modesto. Upon […]

New Problem, Old Tracks

The San Francisco Bay Area Region Transportation system (BART) has a major problem: aging tracks that border on unsafe.The San Francisco Chronicle details the problem in BART has New Problem: Old Tracks. The nearly half-century-old system needs to replace its worn steel rails and cross ties. Show More Summary

Day Around The Bay: Bay Area Binge Drinking Shoots Up

How to get a World Series ring, Van Ness is closed again, unpleasant allegations against SFPD's chief. [ more › ]

East-Coast Coffee Roaster Counter Culture is a Bay Area Game-Changer

The new coffee kids on the block are upping the ante for local connoisseurs.

Water Wars: As the drought rolls on, Bay...

As the drought rolls on, Bay Area residents have been calling out their neighbors and local governments for water wastage by writing into the San Francisco Chronicle with tales of cars washed too often, overwatered lawns, and leaking fire hydrants....

Happy Birthday, Kehlani!

One of the most exciting new acts that's coming out of the Bay Area is Kehlani. The HBK member is shining brighter than the others these days, including IAMSU! The rising R&B star reaches the young age of 19 years old today (April 24). Continue reading…

Quick Hit: Mia Mingus reflects on care, burnout, and movement sustainability

Bluestockings Magazine has a new interview out with Mia Mingus, a writer, abolitionist, organizer, and member of the Bay Area Transformative Justice Collective (BATJC), which works to build transformative justice responses to child sexual abuse. Chanelle Adams and Irene Rojas-Carroll’s interview with Mingus is worth a read in full — it touches on eldercare, environmental […]

Nominate moms who make the Bay Area a better place for families and kids

Mother’s Day is around the corner and this year SFGate plans to honor remarkable Bay Area moms who make our community a better place for families and children. We’re looking to celebrate women whose positive influence and talents through both community service and corporate work has significantly impacted the lives of children and families. These

MI: Menzel Says He's Committed to BATA

April 23--TRAVERSE CITY -- Bay Area Transportation Authority Executive Director Tom Menzel said he's committed to the public transit agency until his planned retirement at year's end. Menzel's name surfaced as a candidate to become Grand...Show More Summary

Was Draymond Green the real 2014-15 Defensive Player of year?

No Defensive Player of Year award for Draymond Green just yet. Here’s CSN Bay Area reporting on versatile Warriors talent Draymond Green: After finishing second in the voting for NBA Defensive Player of the Year, Warriors forward Draymond Green says he’s not angry. Disappointed? Absolutely. Puzzled? No doubt. He would truly like to hear an explanation for such fluky, aberrant [...]

Warriors aiming for sweep of Pelicans

Warriors aiming for sweep of Pelicans Here’s CSN Bay Area reporting on the Golden State Warriors, who were the best team in the league in the 2014-15 regular season and hope to keep it rocking all playoffs long: The Warriors are up 2-0 despite some obvious difficulties with New Orleans. With the elongated form of Anthony Davis blanketing half [...]

The Seven Most Haunted Places In The Bay Area

In which we list the creepiest, kookiest, altogether-ookiest Bay Area locations that are purportedly haunted. [ more › ]

Salt & Straw and Sightglass Coffee Team Up For SF's First Affogato Bar

Here's a first look inside Sightglass Coffee and Salt & Straw's self-explanatory SF cafe titled Affogato Bar. Third wave Bay Area coffee darling Sightglass Coffee is joining forces with Portland's beloved small-batch Salt & Straw ice creamery to make the after dinner dessert and coffee experience a transformative one. Show More Summary

‘The Art of Real Estate’ parses the Bay Area’s real estate bonanza

Husband-and-wife real estate team Debbie DiMaggio and Adam Betta recently published what they call an insider's guide to real estate. It's called "The Art of Real Estate," and its goal is to educate both the consumer and real estate agent on the housing industry...

Check, Please! Bay Area reviews: Ristorante Milano, Scolari’s Good Eats, FuseBOX

Guests review Northern Italian fare in San Francisco, East Coast classic Big Burgers in Alameda, and Seoul food in West Oakland.

Tim Cook Leaves Silicon Valley Behind For Hollywood Hype

While the geekerati made a big play of the reviews of the Apple Watch once Cupertino's embargo lifted, the tightly knit circle of influencers in the Bay Area might be sporting a number of review units and developer samples, the realShow More Summary

Ex-Shark Owen Nolan gets $4 million for Bay Area home

4 days agoHealth : Booster Shots

Retired NHL star and San Jose Sharks captain Owen Nolan and his wife, Diana, have sold a home in San Jose for $4 million.

New report sets a path for California energy infrastructure

A new report from the Bay Area Council Economic Institute claims that California needs new approaches to managing the exploding growth of digital technologies, as well as the rapid changes in how the state produces, stores and delivers energy to its 37 million residents. For the energy sector and utilities that are developing clean power […]

Marin Nuns Walk Out Of School To Protest Against Gay Rights

4 days agoNews : Huffington Post

The divisions within the Bay Area’s Catholic community over gay rights hit Marin Catholic High School full force the other day, when a group of nuns walked out of their classes to protest the sponsors of a program intended to protect...Show More Summary

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