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Latina Says Napa Valley Wine Train Threatened Her Group Too, Suggests 'A Pattern'

21 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

The mostly black women from a book club who were kicked out of the Napa Valley Wine Train over the weekend were not the first ones to run into trouble while on the famous tour. A Latina graduate student at the University of California-San...Show More Summary

2015 Football preview: Montgomery 3A

Defending state finalist Damascus is poised to make another title run while Seneca Valley is eager to get back into the postseason.

On Television: Is Heidi Heitkamp Running, And North Dakota Open Records Laws

It was nice to return to television last night after my recent hiatus, discussing some of the recent headlines with Chris Berg on Valley News Live’s 6:30 Point of View program. Not surprisingly, we talked about Heidi Heitkamp and the 2016 question. Will she run or won’t she? Berg asked me that question, and I’ll...

Black women booted from California wine train receive apology

2 days agoNews : The Raw Story

A wine train that runs through California’s famed Napa Valley apologized on Tuesday to a predominantly black women’s book club whose members complained of discrimination after they were kicked off a recent trip over noise complaints. Eleven members of the Sistahs on the Reading Edge...

Silicon Valley Icon Lawrence Lessig Wants to Hack His Way to the Presidency

Silicon Valley icon Lawrence Lessig knows his moonshot bid for the White House hinges on the innovation and support of the tech industry. Mr. Lessig, a 54-year-old Harvard professor who helped build cyber law, is exploring a run as a Democratic presidential candidate on a narrow platform: overhauling campaign finance law. To do that, he is relying on the Internet.

Actually, Silicon Valley Isn't Run By Straight White American-Born Men

This post appears courtesy of the Ferenstein Wire, a syndicated news service. Publishing partners may edit posts. For inquiries, please email author and publisher Gregory Ferenstein. Silicon Valley often gets knocked for a lack of diversity, but historically excluded groups are making an... Continue reading

Ronnie Shalvis 360? ?

2 weeks agoSports : Vice: Sports

Ronnie Shalvis, one of the most accomplished Parkour athletes in the world, runs wild through the incredible, Mars-like terrain of Goblin Valley State Park – all in glorious 360º. ?

Flashy Startup Pure Storage Files for IPO

Pure Storage, a Silicon Valley based startup that sells flash-based enterprise storage arrays, announced that it has filed its S-1 with the SEC, firing the starter's pistol on its run to an IPO. It intends to list with stock ticker symbol PSTG. Pure has previously raised a whopping $530 million, from a [...]

Zelda As A Spaghetti Western? Sure, Let's Run With It

The Zelda series is no stranger to tipping its hat to Westerns. From Spirit Tracks to Gerudo Valley, there’s cowboy blood in Hyrule’s veins. Thing is, it’s always been subtle. This new vid from beatdownboogie, though, throws subtlety out the window. Read more...

To Feed Billions, Farms Are About Data as Much as Dirt

Data-centric companies with Silicon Valley pedigrees, like Granular and aerial surveillance startup DroneDeploy, have the ability to help farms run as efficiently as Google runs its data centers, writes Christopher Mims.

17 cartoons that perfectly describe life in Silicon Valley

Silicon Valley can be a strange place for newcomers, with mantras like “fail fast” and “anything is possible.” Liz Fosslien, a freelance designer who previously worked at Genius, runs a cartoon blog that pokes fun at Silicon Valley’s culture. Show More Summary

‘Batman V Superman’: Your First Look At Lex Luthor’s Silicon Valley Company

New images from Empire Magazine give us a closer look at the company Lex Luthor runs in "Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice."

California Glass Artists Are Raising Funds to Save Their Studio and Cat Rescue Center in Carmel Valley

last monthHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Glass artist Joy Alyssa Day and engineer BJ Johnson are currently raising funds through Indiegogo to help save the cat rescue shelter that they run out of their glass-blowing studio in Carmel Valley, California and are offering to trade their beautiful art for financial support. We’re a little rescue shelter and create blown glass scientific […]

ESPN extends agreement with the Missouri Valley Conference

ESPN continues its stranglehold in college sports. Late last week, the Worldwide Leader announced a 10-year extension of its media rights agreement agreement with the Missouri Valley Conference. This agreement now runs through the 2023-24 season. Show More Summary

Tech-tonic shifts

last monthNews : Daily Chart

Audio and Video content on Economist.com requires a browser that can handle iFrames. SAN Francisco, Silicon Valley and the strip of land that runs along the shore of the Bay between them have had a tremendous decade as the hub of the global technology industry. Show More Summary

All that tech money flowing to presidential candidates is still largely imaginary

It seems you can’t walk down the street in Silicon Valley today without running into a presidential candidate. Hillary, Jeb!, Rand -- they’ve all made their pilgrimage to beg for tech cash, and already we’ve seen our first attempt at...Show More Summary

Get Socially Conscious In Silicon Valley, Or Get Left Behind

Gone are the days where charity was a word you’d only hear at tax time. The new Silicon Valley – the one the millennials are going to be running someday, that’s right, they’re here and they’re changing the way we do business -- is becoming more socially conscious, especially when [...]

Timeless Wedding at the Hope Valley Country Club

After running into each other around town three times in one week, Andy knew it had to be fate and asked Jacki out on their first date. Fast-forward a couple years, and Jacki and Andy are planning their elegant wedding at the Hope Valley Country Club in Durham, North Carolina. Show More Summary

One senator thinks it's time to upend the 20th-century economic model, thanks to Uber

There’s a battle brewing for the American worker. On the one side is Silicon Valley — companies like Uber, Handy, and Airbnb, which are upending the way the economy runs — and on the other is a sort of vague group of labor advocatesShow More Summary

The savvy tech strategy fueling Bernie Sanders' upstart 2016 campaign

last monthHealth : Booster Shots

Bernie Sanders is more likely to sport a rumpled suit than a hoodie, has no affinity for geeking out on the gadgets of Silicon Valley and may prefer the company of protesters over programmers - yet no candidate running for president is more successfully leveraging technology.

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