Tourists are shut out of popular attractions. Meantime, the state begins signing up Obamacare customers.
The city is marketing itself as the perfect laboratory for ag-tech innovations.
The Berkeley chef and dozens of other food experts ask for a California moratorium on fracking.
Hunger Challenge 2013 raises awareness to the struggles faced by low-income residents in our cities.
BART showcased its new cars this week, scheduled to go into service in 2017. David Jaeger, carrying his son Nico, particularly likes the new bike racks. The mock train car was on display in the MacArthur BART station for riders to explore and give feedback. (Deborah Svoboda / KQED) Members of the Vietnamese-American community […]
San Francisco International Airport has started allowing food trucks to park at the departure level of Terminal 1 today, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. According to airport spokesperson Doug Yakel, the initial response has been good: “Great turnout today; I was planning to wait until the end (to get food) as lines were quite […]
by Jon Leckie, Oakland Local At the corner of 23rd Street and San Pablo Avenue, lines for lunch grow long well before mid-day, but Saint Vincent de Paul of Alameda County is prepared. Serving up nearly 800 free meals a day, five days a week, to Oakland’s needy is something the community center has been […]
What does San Francisco taste like? If Ben & Jerry’s has anything to say about it, you can find out this Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon at Ocean Beach. The Vermont-based ice cream company will unveil its San Francisco-themed flavor and hand out free scoops for just this weekend. There’s just one catch: You […]
A new Yelp feature called Wordmap offers a window into the stereotypes of Berkeley neighborhoods. Wordmap shows heat maps that “(show) density of keywords used in Yelp reviews to reveal fascinating patterns of local discovery.” Users can choose from 14 major cities, which each have their own set of keywords. San Francisco’s Wordmap, explored in detail by Inside Scoop SF, has a range of keywords, from “hipster” to “noodles” to “bacon.”