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17 min ago | UPI
U.S. celebrations for the math holiday Pi Day -- March 14, or 3/14 -- include a San Francisco "pi procession" where humans line up as the irrational number.
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In this photo taken Thursday March 6, 2014, Warsaw residents stage a picket in front of the U.S Embassy in Warsaw, Poland, to demand sanctions against Russian leader Vladimir Putin and his government for the military incursion in Ukraine's Crimea region.
5 hrs ago | The Jewish News Weekly
To help with the cost of commuting from across the bay, Oakland Hebrew Day School announced recently that it will begin offering a two-year, $5,000 tuition assistance grant to families from San Francisco and Marin County that send at least one child to OHDS.
9 hrs ago | SFGate
A cash mob descended on a San Lorenzo bakers on National Cash Mob Day, March 24, 2012.
13 hrs ago | USA Today
Cruise lines that offer summer sailings in the Black Sea are coming up with contingency plans that include significant changes to itineraries should tension over the Ukraine remain elevated, according Your Take contributions have not been reviewed for accuracy by USA TODAY.
The 2014 edition of the Center for Asian American Media Film Festival kicks off at our beloved Castro Theatre movie palace with the Vietnam-based fashion comedy "How to Fight in Six Inch Heels," followed by the San Francisco film festival circuit's most fabulous annual party, at the Asian Art Museum.
"I believe that reality is the most creative thing," says Oded Balilty. The Pulitzer Prize-winning Israeli photojournalist likes to "look at the small moments that reality creates for people."
Moscow, March 13: Russia's defence ministry announced new military operations in several regions near the Ukrainian border today, even as Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany warned the Kremlin to abandon the politics of the 19th and 20th centuries or face diplomatic and economic retaliation from a united Europe.
Russian President Vladimir Putin, third right, toasts with heads of national paralympic committees during a meeting in Sochi, Russia, Thursday, March 13, 2014.
THURSDAY, March 13, 2014 -- The closure of trauma centers across the United States is putting patients' lives at risk, a new study contends.
When and if former mayor Art Agnos finally exits the political scene, he'll do so the same way he entered it: brawling.
President Barack Obama speaks after visiting a classroom at Coral Reef High School in Miami, Fla., on March 7, 2014.
John Vanderslice owns Tiny Telephone Studios in the Mission but is building a new studio in Oakland.
A politically unstable Ukraine is not only bad for European gas supplies, but it also makes life harder for Vladimir Putin as well.
Man , Woman and demons Ms. D and Mr. D in "Love and Demons." Photo: Coffee & Language Productions The inspiration for San Francisco filmmaker JP Allen's seventh feature, "Love and Demons," comes from an unexpected place.
U.S. President Barack Obama and Ukrainian interim Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk had strong words for Russia on Wednesday as Washington again warned Moscow there will be consequences if it doesn't remove its troops from Crimea and Kiev said that it will "never surrender."
Thanks to Silicon Valley, there's no shortage of tech companies hosting meetings or conferences in the Bay Area, but when it comes specifically to the business of games, there are few conferences in San Francisco that can rival the annual Game Developers Conference.