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Faraday Future may take up residence near Tesla in the San Francisco Bay Area. PSA plans for EVs in China and production in Europe. Continue reading Recharge Wrap-up: PSA's EV plans, Faraday Future seeks Bay Area plant Recharge Wrap-up:...Show More Summary
The family of a woman allegedly killed by a Mexican immigrant deported five times from the U.S. has filed a federal lawsuit against San Francisco County’s former sheriff, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the federal Bureau of Land Management. The July 1, 2015, shooting of Kate Steinle,...
I caught up with Federico Musto, President and CEO of Arduino SRL, at the 2016 Bay Area Maker Faire. Their company is showing off several new boards being prepared for release as early as next month. In partnership with Nordic Semi and...Show More Summary
by Shaker Alison Rose, a fierce queer feminist, avid book lover, and proud cat lady who lives in the northern SF Bay Area. Let's say you own a business. You're conducting interviews for an open position. One of the potential hires—a man named, ohhhh let's say Ronald Gump—is pretty bombastic and a bit too aggressive. Show More Summary
From the suburbs of Los Angeles up the Pacific coast to Santa Barbara and north to the Bay Area, the specter of Donald J. Trump looms in nearly every political corner of the Golden State ahead of the June 7 primary. Democratic operatives are using Trump as a sort of all-purpose boogeyman in a diverse...
Family members made a desperate plea to find a missing 15-year-old Bay Area girl whose suspected kidnapper was killed Thursday in a gun battle with authorities in Santa Barbara County before her whereabouts were known. The FBI and Northern California law enforcement officials intensified their...
Start the summer off right by throwing everything on the grill this Memorial Day Weekend!
A decade after the release of the original Son Of A Pimp album, Bay Area OG Mistah F.A.B returns with a beast of a follow up. F.A.B is of course a legitimate draw in his own right, but if you still need convincing look over the extensive list of guest features and you’re sure to […]
With many recent playoff games coming by way of blowout rather than dramatic close victory, fans need all the thrilling games they can get. And Thunder at Warriors Game 5 Thursday night provided just that. Here’s CSN Bay Area reporting: Finally, the Golden State Warriors and Oklahoma City Thunder provided a game that more completely explains why there [...]
by Jonathan Blaustein I’m sitting in a black vinyl seat in the Oakland Airport, staring out at the San Francisco Bay. Puffy white cumulus clouds hang in the air, like loiterers in the pale blue sky. All around me, people stare at screens, or shove their faces with over-priced food. (Stay classy, Oaktown.) The last […]
Good morning. It is Friday, May 27. If you’re in the Bay Area this weekend, take note that the parking lots on either side of the Golden Gate Bridge will be closed. Here's what else is happening in the Golden State: TOP STORIES Juvenile justice The California Supreme Court upheld the 50-years-to-life...
There are many amazing bike rides to choose from around these parts, and so we decided to make your job of deciding where to ride just a little bit easier. [ more › ]
A father surrendered to Richmond authorities Wednesday after police accused him of intentionally setting fire to his home and killing his 5-year-old son, officials said. Darrylone Shuemake Sr., 53, called the Richmond Police Department about 11:30 a.m., saying he was at San Pablo and Barrett avenues...
David Brenner of Habitat Horticulture is greening up Bay Area companies—from Tesla to Ideo to Autodesk—one living wall at a time. As with many virtuosos, David Brenner, founder of the San Francisco–based living wall experts Habitat Horticulture, makes his creative process seem intuitive and effortless. Show More Summary
One strategy I sometimes recommend to people is that early in their career they live in the place where their industry is headquartered. Bay Area for tech, New York for finance and publishing, LA for movies, Michigan for furniture and cars, Nashville for country music, etc. Show More Summary
If you own a home in East Palo Alto, you might want to sell It’s time for another reminder that doom is coming, in the form of an ocean and bay that have patiently waited for centuries to swamp our fair city, this time from the San Francisco...Show More Summary
The Democratic presidential candidate comes to the TL tomorrow to stump for votes, dollars Though she's in the Bay Area today for a fundraiser in—where else?—Atherton, Hillary Clinton will come to San Francisco tomorrow to host an event...Show More Summary
The Bay Area fosters a culture of forward thinkers and new ways to solve problems in our world, including in our food system. Ripple Foods is one such startup in Silicon Valley hoping to disrupt the dairy industry with pea protein. The...Show More Summary
So this morning I’m reading a diary on the Great Orange Satan about political doings over in Bagdad By The Bay. Though I grew up in the San Francisco area, I’m not really current on what’s happening, aside from the fact that I couldn’t afford a shack in SF itself anymore — notamidst all those Twitter-, […]