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Ippuku: A beautiful taste of Japan in Berkeley

The big trend not only in the Bay Area but all around the country is the rise of Japanese cuisine. And it doesn’t take much analysis to see the reason why: The food is light but complex,  and the small plate emphasis fits squarely into how we like to eat today. Last year, three Japanese […]

‘GoPro: Retro Revolution’, A Short Film of San Francisco Bay Area Sights Shot on a Custom Rotating Camera Rig

10 hours agoOdd : Laughing Squid

In the short flim “GoPro: Retro Revolution,” a constantly revolving camera provides a most unusual perspective of the San Francisco Bay Area. Filmmaker and GoPro employee Ryan Truettner created the film by attaching a GoPro camera to custom-made rotating mount. Truettner explains how he did it in this blog post.

Ranking the Biggest Threats to Golden State Warriors' Western Conference Throne

The Golden State Warriors are sitting pretty atop the Western Conference. Not only do they own the league's top defense and third-ranked offense, but the Bay Area's esteemed hoopers own a cozy five-game cushion over the second-seeded Memphis Grizzlies. Show More Summary

Middle-Income Housing Affordability: International Situation

Hong Kong, Sydney, Vancouver and the San Francisco Bay Area have the worst middle-income housing affordability in 9 nations, according to 11th Annual Demographia International Housing Affordability Survey. Median house prices in Hong...Show More Summary

So typical

Who is the “servant” here? With an increase in electric and hybrid vehicles along with better fuel-efficient vehicles, changing Bay Area drivers habit are posing a serious problem for state coffers. As motorists use less and less gas, gas tax revenues to pay for state highways, roads and bridges shrink. Meanwhile, as gas prices fall, so does the sales […]

Vernon Davis offers his support for Rob Chudzinski

49ers tight end Vernon Davis apparently wouldn’t mind if the club went a certain way with its upcoming offensive coordinator hire. At the very least, there’s a certain candidate he would like to meet. As Matt Maiocco of CSN Bay Area notes, Davis posted a picture of Colts special assistant to the head coach Rob…

CNN Says High-Tech Swinger's Parties Are All The Rage In Silicon Valley

It may not be the first thing you think of when you think of Silicon Valley parties, but the high-tech swingers soirees for San Francisco's entrepreneurs and artist are apparently the Bay Area's best kept secret, according to CNN. CNN...Show More Summary


As we’ve been saying, Grumpy Cat returned to the Bay Area Saturday, as a guest of honor at the unveiling of Berkeley Humane’s new Mobile Adoption Center. C.O. and The Furrtographer were On The Scene™ and here’s how it looked! (All photos by Josh except the last four.) Many thanks to Tabatha and Bryan, Sherry […]

Ecuadorian Legends and Uncovered Evidence of Giants

Source: According to the 16th-century writings of Pedro de Cieza de Leon, the ancient Mantamanian Indians, also called Manta Indians, one of the three indigenous tribes along the coastal area of Ecuador, north of the Bay of Guayaquil,...Show More Summary

Exhibition of new paintings by Bay Area artist Tucker Nichols opens at Gallery 16

2 days agoArts : Artdaily

Gallery 16 presents a show of new paintings by Bay Area artist Tucker Nichols, his fifth solo exhibition with the gallery. The exhibition is made up of more than 30 paintings and framed drawings, mostly of vases with flowers, a long-favored subject for the artist. Show More Summary

Raiders continue filling out coaching staff

The Raiders have continued putting together head coach Jack Del Rio’s first Oakland staff by adding a pair of former NFL players. Jerry McDonald of Bay Area News Group reports that the team has added Rob Moore as their new wide receivers coach and Bernie Parmalee as the new running backs coach. Moore spent his…

The Victory Garden’s Edible Feast: Bay Area Episode

The Bay Area episode of the new series, The Victory Garden's Edible Feast airs on KQED Plus TV Saturday, January 24 at 4pm. Watch a preview clip of the episode featuring the Mandela Foods Coop in Oakland.

Macajey - Out For A Run

Sounds like: Tycho, Slow Magic, Beach House, KAUF Song: Macajey - Out For A Run What's so good? I'm here to premiere a tune called "Out For A Run" by a relatively new artist named Macajey. Based in Estonia with roots in the Bay Area,...Show More Summary

Interview with Bay Area Model Lynn Chu

  Excited to have been able to catch up with Bay Area IG Model Lynn Chu Below are a few questions we got to ask her. Would love to know your thoughts. what movie scared you the most as a kid? I was always scared of The Ring when I was younger. Now that I… continue reading The post Interview with Bay Area Model Lynn Chu appeared first on PopCrunch.

Eric Mangini Hire Not a Home Run for 49ers, but Defense Remains Potent

It's a period of great upheaval in the Bay Area, as the San Francisco 49ers try to shake off a disappointing 2014 season that led to the departure of head coach Jim Harbaugh. New head coach Jim Tomsula and general manager Trent Baalke...Show More Summary

Principal Planner (2 Positions)

The Transit District, which is in the heart of the San Francisco Bay Area, is the managing agency for the San Mateo County Transportation Authority. Staff enjoys a dynamic organization that fosters personal development and professional advancement of its

Introducing Lucille Lawrence Photography in the SF Bay Area!

Lucille Lawrence takes breathtaking images. Literally. There, I said it—and it takes a lot to take our breath away over here at APW. The post Introducing Lucille Lawrence Photography in the SF Bay Area! appeared first on A Practical Wedding: Blog Ideas for the Modern Wedding, Plus Marriage.

American’s Remote Terminal at LAX and the Southwest I Love (Trip Report)

I had to do a last minute day trip up to the Bay Area, and I had a ton of... Read More

Revivals: In the early '50s, the first...

In the early '50s, the first owners of the tract houses developed by Joseph Eichler paid as little as $800 down, and today they routinely sell for over $1 million, thanks to an overheated Bay Area housing market fond of...

Sealoch House is a cozy prefab home in the Scottish Highlands

Sealoch House is a prefab private residence built for a couple who wanted a cozy new home with beautiful views of a bay area in Scotland. It boasts an eco-friendly heat exchange system, solar panels, wood flooring and three spacious bedrooms. The house is

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