Tag: Bay Area History
The explosion at Port Chicago killed hundreds, and highlighted America’s racial inequities.
A historical project in Berkeley aims to capture the city’s rich history.
East Bay artist’s pointed but forgiving commentary won strip a national following.
As Caltrans continues to work on the new eastern span of the Bay Bridge, the Oakland Museum of California is looking back at the beginning of both bridges that span the Bay, as well as the men who helped build them. The exhibit features black-and-white images from photographer Peter Stackpole of the building of the […]
By Sam Harnett When San Francisco Bay Area Television archivist Alex Cherian got a telephone call from ex-film editor Dave Peoples, he got excited. Peoples, who had worked at local station KRON-4, was offering outtakes, long stretches of B-roll that provided an intimate and unedited glimpse of historical events in the area. Peoples didn’t know, […]