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Carolyn Livengood: Golden Gate Harley group to deliver gifts to children at San Mateo Medical Center
The Golden Gate Chapter #310 Harley Owners Group will escort Santa Claus on Saturday to deliver hundreds of gifts for children who receive care at the San Mateo Medical Center at the corner of 39th Avenue and Edison Street in San Mateo.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
Biking in SF Nearly Doubled Since 2006; Funding Push Gains Traction
Despite the slow roll-out of safer streets for bicycling compared to cities like New York and Chicago, San Franciscans are making nearly twice as many trips by bike today as they did in 2006, according to a new count released by the SFMTA .
Photo by Michelle S. Nettesheim
I had never heard the term "foodie" before moving to San Francisco. As a former fat kid, I couldn't understand this pride with which San Franciscans declared themselves gourmets , or "foodies."
Guest Editorial: Big One will put infrastructure at risk
The annual get-together of the American Geophysical Union was held this year in San Francisco.
Golden Gate Xpress
SF State graduate creates San Francisco's first comic book superhero
Enrique Morales, alumnus of SF State with a BA in drama, holds up a drawing of Specter X, a character he created and calls "San Francisco's first and very own Latino superhero."
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Hazel Billmire of Placerville, formerly of Pacifica, was called home by the Lord on Oct. 12, 2013.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
When Jack Frost is nipping at your toes
Thank goodness you're not going to give anybody another of those soft and warm cashmere sweaters.
Indian-origin Counsyl co-founder Balaji Srinivasan steps up as Andreessen Horowitz' general partner
Washington, Dec. 10 : Indian-origin academic Balaji Srinivasan, who co-founded genetic-testing company Counsyl, is stepping up as Andreessen Horowitz' eighth general partner.
LA Daily News
How the Big One would destroy Southern Californiaa s infrastructure: Editorial
The annual get-together of American Geophysical Union was held this year in San Francisco.
SFBG Politics Blog
Union organizer shouts down protesters as they block private Google shuttle
Protesters blocked a private Google shuttle on Valencia street today, decrying private shuttle's use of public bus stops without paying fees or fines.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Students gain experience at historical estate
New Mexico State University senior Aiessa Wages' journey to a career in horticulture began with her wanting to help on her grandparents' farm.
Egypt Meets Bermuda Triangle
Local author Raquel Zepeda Fitzgerald announced the release of Osiris - the Second Coming, the second installment in the Osiris Trilogy Mystery Series.
Furnace repair shops busy since before cold snap
Even before the cold snap brought sub-freezing temperatures to the Bay Area last week, local furnace repair shops were inundated with calls from homeowners with broken heaters.
Counsyl Co-Founder Balaji Srinivasan Steps Up As Andreessen Horowitz' Newest General Partner
Balaji Srinivasan , a Stanford academic who co-founded genetic-testing company Counsyl, is stepping up as Andreessen Horowitz' eighth general partner.
San Mateo Daily Journal
Tax relief to assist home's restoration: North Central San Mateo...
When Brian Skinner and Patricia McDaniel bought their first home in the North Central San Mateo neighborhood, they had no reference as to the history behind the property.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Serial Arsonist Jail Time For San Francisco Fires
A man convicted of setting dozens of fires got seven years in prison for his crimes that were spread across two San Francisco neighborhoods.
"A Disease of the Mind": Fukushima reveals the true risks of nuclear power
"Contamination of our food and land now affecting the way we think"disease of the mind has set in world leaders."
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Discoveries: Sit down, hear the latest on public art
If it's not the hiss and shudder of Muni buses rumbling by, it's blaring car horns and periodic screaming sirens.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Top ten protected bikeways in America's cities
People for Bikes launched the Green Lane Project two years ago with the goal of the next big thing in city biking: the protected bike lane.