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Trump’s dilemma

In recent decades, more and more of the nation’s wealth has been concentrated in large cities with “information–oriented economies”, such as New York, the Bay Area, LA, Boston, Seattle and Washington.  Now we are beginning to see some of the effects of this, as a physical transformation of these cities is underway.  I see the […]

Bay Area Women’s Marches draw more than 100,000

They came with pussy hats and placards. Thousands of people turned out for marches in the San Francisco Bay area to remind President Donald Trump about women’s rights. In solidarity with the Women’s March in Washington, D.C., protesters held hundreds of marches in big cities around the world to celebrate women’s rights and protest Trump’s […]

A Massive Sewage Spill Has Closed Alamitos Bay For The Weekend

City health officials are warning against swimming in the surrounding areas. [ more › ]

Crowds gather to demonstrate against Trump

Massive crowds gathered across the Bay Area on Saturday morning a day after President Trump’s inauguration to declare that they will oppose the new president’s agenda wherever they see it opposing them. The five Women’s March events planned around the region Saturday echoed the main Women’s March held simultaneously in Washington, D.C. Show More Summary

Potent storm due to hit Bay Area on Saturday

The final wave in a series of three storms is set to hit the Bay Area on Saturday night and last through the next day, bringing heavy rain, high winds, and the potential for more downed trees, mudslides, flooding, and power outages, forecasters said. Show More Summary

A Brief History Of The California Hofbrau, A Bay Area Dining Tradition

The drama around Lefty O'Doul's, a hofbrau in Union Square, may have some recent arrivers in San Francisco asking "What is this word, 'hofbrau'?" [ more › ]

Did You Hear That Thunder This Morning?

It wasn't the earth opening up to swallow us, though you may have wished it was at around 4 a.m. this morning. It was just the sound of a rare thunderstorm hitting the Bay Area, complete with buckets of rain and hail, and there was some lightening too. Show More Summary

Thunder, lightning, rain, flash-flood warnings hit Bay Area

Thunder and lightning startled many in the Bay Area early Friday morning as the second of three storms swept the region bringing close to an inch of rain and more is expected as protesters plan to take to the streets to voice outrage...Show More Summary

Small crowd kicks off Inauguration Day protests in rainy Oakland

A day packed with planned marches across the Bay Area against the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump began at the Ronald Dellums Federal Building in Oakland early Friday where a group of people stood outside in protest. Friday’s...Show More Summary

Massachusetts Decided to Set an Energy Storage Target. What Should It Be?

The Bay State could soon follow the Bay Area as a leading battery boomtown. The Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) decided, at the close of 2016, that it would set an energy storage target. Now it has six months to figure out what that number should be and how to implement it, following the timeline set by legislation last summer. Show More Summary

Bay Area events related to Trump inauguration

Bay Area events centered on President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration Friday. Demonstrators plan to gather at 7 a.m. outside the Ronald Dellums Federal Building, 1301 Clay St. Teach-ins and workshops start at 9 a.m. at Frank OgawaShow More Summary

Finals to keep many Bay Area students in class on Inauguration Day

A controversial Berkeley teacher is calling on all Bay Areas schools to shut down Friday and allow students to take to the streets in defiance of President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration. Yvette Felarca — who was placed on forcedShow More Summary

Dude Angius, educator who raised awareness of AIDS, dead at 88

Dude Angius, educator who raised awareness of AIDS, dead at 88 Dushan “Dude” Angius was a man who believed that the world is best served by truth, and when he told conservative members of his Bay Area Rotary Club that his son had died of AIDS, he helped to change awareness of the disease. Mr. Show More Summary

Bay Area investors still working to keep Raiders in Oakland

Oakland civic leaders and deep-pocketed investors fighting to keep the Raiders from moving insist they are still in the game despite team owner Mark Davis formally applying to the NFL to relocate to Las Vegas        

Trump inauguration protests happening in SF and Oakland

It’s going to be crowded in the Bay Area for the next few days While the country takes a historic turn to the far right with the inauguration of Donald Trump, San Francisco, Oakland, and the Bay Area at large will respond the rise of the alt-right with a series of protests on city streets. Show More Summary

The 10 best private high schools in the San Francisco Bay Area

An Oakland school known for turning out a high number of nationally-ranked chess players topped a list of the best private high schools in the San Francisco Bay Area in 2017. Niche, an education review site that's kind of like Yelp for...Show More Summary

Rain tapers off in Bay Area, but two more storms on the way

Scattered showers are on tap for the Bay Area Thursday, a day after the first in a series of three storms swept through the region bringing more than 2 inches of rainfall in some areas, forecasters said. San Francisco received an inch...Show More Summary

Hayley Anne Photography Will Capture Your Authentic, Fabulous Self

I t probably comes as no surprise that Bay Area photographer Hayley Anne Photography found APW the way a lot of you do: through a friend who is also an APW reader. So it comes as no surprise that, as far as wedding photographers go,Show More Summary

Thunder vs. Warriors: Score, Highlights, Reaction from 2017 Regular Season

The Golden State Warriors were better than the Oklahoma City Thunder when Kevin Durant was on the latter. They are certainly better now that No. 35 is in the Bay Area. Durant and the Warriors overwhelmed the Thunder in the second half of Wednesday's game at Oracle Arena on the way to a 121-100 victory. Show More Summary

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