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Teacher writes letter to Curry: ‘I love you, but don’t ever visit my high school’

Matt Amaral wants the world to know that Stephen Curry is welcome at the Hayward high school where he teaches. The English teacher at Mt. Eden is a longtime Warriors fan and rooting for the Bay Area team to win the NBA title. But in order to make an important point, he wrote a provocative

Geraldine Kim & Amy Berkowitz on Very Tender Points

Geraldine Kim interviews Bay Area poet Amy Berkowitz about her forthcoming book Tender Points (Timeless Infinite Light). They discuss, in striking honesty, the issues that inform Berkowitz’s work, which Kim finds is non-fiction: chronic pain, call-out culture, female writers, rape culture and disability, and more. Here’s a look: [Geraldine Kim]: I felt like Tender Points […]

Solar-Powered Trash Compactor Slashes Waste Management Costs

Bay Area Trash Compactor has installed what it says is the first-of-its-kind combination solar-powered trash compactor and portable cardboard baler at the LEED Platinum-certified Bardessono Hotel and Spa in the Napa Valley, California. The solar-powered compactor packs 16 yards of loose trash into just 4 yards, reducing waste pick-up at the busy property to just […]

This Week in Posivibes: Swiftumz

The newest (and third) LP from SF Bay Area’s Swiftumz came out in mid-May on local label Melters, and as time’s gone on, more and more people have great things to say about it. Everybody Loves Chris is turning out to be aptly titled,...Show More Summary

Only in San Francisco: New Startup Company Offers To Take Out The Trash

The San Francisco Bay Area in California is the birthplace and melting pot of the world’s startup community. In this techie supercenter, residents can now pay to have their groceries delivered, their restaurant meals delivered, and their dry cleaning delivered, among other things. Show More Summary

Amy’s Kitchen’s Will Open Its First Drive-Through This Summer

All this, made to order. It looks like Amy's Kitchen is finally breaking out of the freezer aisle: After more than two years of anticipation, Bay Area fans of the organic, vegetarian packaged foods will be able to hit the company's first Amy's Drive Thru in Rohnert Park this summer. Show More Summary

Knit Taxidermy and More Wonderful Wares We Love

The San Francisco Bazaar was back again for the 2015 Bay Area Maker Faire. There were 85 booths with 90 artists showing off and selling the amazing things they’ve made. There was everything from laser cut jewelry to paintings to handcrafted metal garden art. Show More Summary

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 5 Biggest Strengths Ahead of Training Camp

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers didn't have much to boast about following last season's 2-14 finish. Though they still have a ways to go to become a contender, they do have areas of strength that will make them a difficult matchup for their 2015 opponents. The Bucs' strengths come not only in the play of their starters but in the quality of their depth. Show More Summary

Othermill Manufacturing Stays Close to Home

It takes a village to make the Othermill desktop CNC mill, but despite current trends offshore, that village is based in the San Francisco Bay Area instead of Chinese manufacturing hotbed Shenzhen. Read more on MAKE The post Othermill Manufacturing Stays Close to Home appeared first on Make:.

Pixar's only store is locked away in a gated Bay Area campus – Here are the coolest things you can buy there

In its sprawling campus in Emeryville, California, Pixar makes magic happen. There, animators bring your favorite characters to life, host screenings, and sell super exclusive merchandise out of its Pixar Studio Store. The store is somewhat of a holy grail for fangirls and boys. Show More Summary

Masses of Thanksgiving in the Dominican and Extraordinary Form Roman Rites, Bay Area

Fr. Gabriel Thomas Mosher, O.P. I have great joy inform our readers that Brother Gabriel Mosher, O.P., of the Western Dominican Province, who regulary served as a deacon in Dominican Rite Masses reported on his site, was ordained a priest on Saturday, May 30, at St. Show More Summary

Tiger Woods is in Tacoma, preparing for the U.S. Open

Tiger Woods is in Tacoma, Wash., on Monday, preparing for the U.S. Open at host Chambers Bay. Area real estate agent Steve Sloboda shared this photo of Woods' plane on the tarmac at Narrows Airport in Gig Harbor. Tiger Woods plane landed at Narrows Airport in Gig Harbor tonight. Show More Summary

Levi's and Google Team Up to Develop the Next Wave of Wearable Tech

The two Bay Area brands are working on a project that weaves smart threads into the fabrics you[...]

People are searching for a woman who donated a rare Apple computer worth $200,000 to a recycling center

People are searching for a Bay Area woman who donated a rare Apple I computer worth $200,000 to a recycling plant without leaving any contact information. Unaware of the incredible value and rarity of the computer — only 200 were ever...Show More Summary

Tiger Woods is in Tacoma, presumably to prep for the U.S. Open

Fire up the Tiger Siren!  Tiger Woods is apparently in the Tacoma, Wash., area and, presumably, it's to prepare for the U.S. Open. Woods' private plane was spotted at a Tacoma-area airport, meaning he's likely headed to Chambers Bay,...Show More Summary

Ultra-rare Apple 1 computer saved from recycling

One of only 200 first-generation Apple computers has been discovered dumped at a recycling centre in California. The ultra-rare Apple 1 machine was left at the Clean Bay Area centre in San Francisco by a woman in her sixties, who was sorting through her late husband's belongings. Show More Summary

Woman dumps rare Apple I worth $200,000 at recycling center

A Bay Area recycling center is attempting to track down an unidentified woman who dropped off a 1976-model Apple I in April, after the computer sold to a private collector for $200,000 this month.

Vintage Apple Computer Worth $200K Dropped Off For Recycling

Back in April, a woman in her sixties dropped off a box of what she said was her late husband’s computer junk at an electronics recycling company in California’s Bay Area. She didn’t want a donation receipt, and just wanted the stuff out of her garage. It was only after she left that anyone looked through the box. They found … [More]

Bay Area affordability issues mean even techies are looking elsewhere

With the median home price in much of the Bay Area now exceeding $1 million, even those in the tech world are being priced out of the local housing market, according to research from real-estate site Redfin. The site, which reports that over 10 million people looking to move use its site each month, says

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