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Luke Walton Had Car Stolen During Crime Spree

Golden State Warriors interim head coach Luke Walton recently had his car stolen during an ongoing Oakland Hills, California, crime spree. Jodi Hernandez of NBC Bay Area reported Monday that Alameda County district attorney Nancy O'Malley confirmed that Walton's Mercedes Benz is among the possessions that were stolen by two suspects. Show More Summary

Hilary Winston Sells Comedies To CBS & ABC With Carter Bays & Craig Thomas And Temple Hill

Bad Teacher creator/executive producer has sold two single-camera comedy projects — My Time/Your Time to CBS with How I Met Your Mother creators/executive producers Carter Bays and Craig Thomas executive producing, and Let’s Pretend This Never Happened to ABC, done in collaboration with Temple Hill and producer Ellen Goldsmith-Vein. Show More Summary

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centuriespast: CONSTABLE, John Weymouth Bay, with Jordan Hill 1816 Oil on canvas, 53 x 75 cm National Gallery, London

Roh Habibi says hyperlocal real estate isn’t for him — here’s why

When affluent buyers first move to the San Francisco Bay Area, they have a real choice of places to live -- perched on the hills of San Francisco itself in a colorful three-story Victorian, nestled in a contemporary home in the busyShow More Summary

Luxury listing of the day: Russian Hill condo with view of San Francisco Bay

Fairmont Heritage Place at Ghirardelli Square in San Francisco features a handful of loft-style condos, and this one is on the market. The three-bedroom has expansive, picture-perfect views of San Francisco Bay, plus a top-notch kitchen for cooking and entertaining...

Off the Menu: Maison Hugo Ready to Open in Lenox Hill

Florian Victor Hugo, a descendant of that Victor Hugo, will tweak brasserie favorites; seafood in Bay Ridge; a new branch of Katz’s; and more.

50 years on, Cal State Dominguez Hills renews efforts to transform an underserved community

California State College Palos Verdes was envisioned as the Harvard of the West, a progressive, liberal arts school. It was aimed at the burgeoning population flooding affluent South Bay cities after World War II and would be built on a stunning site overlooking the ocean. But in the summer of...

[Review] ‘I Spit on Your Grave: Vengeance is Mine’ is Tone-Deaf

After surviving the 2010 remake of the rape-revenge horror I Spit on Your Grave, Sarah Butler returns as Jennifer Hills in Anchor Bay’s I Spit on Your Grave: Vengeance is Mine, the third installment this time directed by R.D. Braunstein and written by Daniel Gilboy. I Spit on Your Grave: Vengeance is Mine drops us […]

San Francisco Apartments: The Ultimate Renters Guide

Introduction and neighborhood guides by Katie Morell San Francisco’s rolling hills, Bay views, beaches and cosmopolitan feel make it an aspirational place to live. Those looking to live in San Francisco — home to more than 700,000 residents — have a wide variety of options, from historic Victorian homes to ultramodern high rises. Show More Summary

Bizarrely White Ghost of a Russian Hill Condo Looks for $2.9M

When Unit #201 at Russian Hill's 1070 Green Street sold for $1.2 million back in 2011, it was filled with crown molding, parquetry flooring, and bay views. The views are still there, but everything else has changed thanks to a...

The Tyranny of Self-Flushing Toilets

The stretch of sand below the piedmont that is Torrance swings north along the aptly named Esplenade to Redondo Beach. Just over the southern hill is PV Cove with its fearsome crew of Bay Boys who guard their wave-filled fiefdom with aggression. Show More Summary

Luxury listing of the day: Condo with view of the San Francisco Bay in Russian Hill neighborhood

Fairmont Heritage Place at Ghirardelli Square features a handful of loft-style condos, and this one is on the market. The three-bedroom has expansive, picture-perfect views of the San Francisco Bay, plus a top-notch kitchen for cooking and entertaining...

Castillo Has Key Hit in 13th, Red Sox Beat Rays 2-0

2 months agoSports / Baseball : Bats

Rusney Castillo had a go-ahead two-run single in the 13th inning, and Rich Hill was strong in his first start in six years as the Boston Red Sox beat the Tampa Bay Rays 2-0 on Sunday.

Curbed SF: San Francisco Bay Area's Flintstone House Hits the Market

Photo courtesy Runner's World If you've driven the stretch of I-280 between Hillsborough and San Francisco you've seen the sprawling, amorphous form of what is informally called the Flintstone House perched on the green hills above the road. We...

Kids - Special Family Tours of Museum Houses

21 Sep-05 Oct Travel back in time with Sydney Living Museum’s tours for children and families at Elizabeth Bay House, Elizabeth Farm, Vaucluse House or Rouse Hill...

Adventures in Architecture: Ripply New Miami Tower Mirrors the Bay It Overlooks

All photos by Robin Hill via">Dezeen Architecture is forever trying to capture movement within stasis. A new residential tower called Icon Bay in Miami, overlooking the Biscayne Bay, achieves this paradox with its rippled front façade mirroring the waves...

Bay Area designer Ken Fulk on the personal, Paul Newman and fear

Like a 21st century Tony Duquette, San Francisco's dapper design dean Ken Fulk has a hand in everything from home interiors (Zynga billionaire Mark Pincus' Bay Area loft and Aspen ranch) to hotel revamps (Nob Hill's landmark Mark Hopkins Hotel), to event planning (Napster founder Sean Parker's...

Tiger Woods deserves Firestone exemption, says Jordan Spieth

Tiger Woods and Firestone go together like, well, Tiger and Torrey, or Tiger and Bay Hill, but the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational show will go on without the 8-time winner for just the 2nd time in Woods’ career. Tiger Woods has liftedShow More Summary

Employment Costs Post Smallest Gain on Record in 2Q

J. Scott Applewhite/APA worker rolls out dough as she constructs pastries in the bay window at Ted's Bulletin, a Capitol Hill restaurant in Washington, D.C. By Lucia Mutikani U.S. labor costs in the second quarter recorded their smallest...Show More Summary

The Love that Dares Not Speak Its name

A couple of nights ago my book group met at the home of one of our members, abutting a huge nature reserve in the East Bay. The sun bathed the hills behind us as we discussed Peter De Vries' 1961 novel, The Blood of the Lamb. DeVries dramatizes a real life event, the death of his young daughter from leukemia. Show More Summary

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