Los Angeles real estate agent Tami Pardee says tech buyers from Silicon Valley make up about 10 percent of her current clients. “They’re buying second homes — or third or fourth homes.”
A growing number of nail salons in the Bay Area are adopting healthier products and practices intended to protect customers and workers.
Picking a flavor for your free scoop may be the most difficult decision you make on Tuesday, April 14th.
You’ve heard the saying, ‘look for the union label.’ Now, there’s a group of manufacturers and city leaders in the East Bay who hope to boost the local economy by putting ‘Made in Oakland’ on all their products.
Pediatric dental care is supposed to be included in all policies sold on California’s Health Insurance exchange, but some parents say just because it’s included doesn’t mean it’s actually possible to get an appointment with a dentist who’ll treat kids.
Trader Joe’s is recalling some walnuts over potential salmonella contamination.
The gap between the money spent by men and women on fashion is closing. Mike Sugerman finds out why young men appear willing to spend more than previous generations.
Some shop owners in Oakland’s Chinatown say business is down, and they are struggling to stay afloat after the city’s minimum wage increased to over $12-an-hour, making it the highest in the country.
It’s a seller’s market in the Bay Area right now. Inventory is low, particularly in San Mateo County.
Those painful trips to the DMV may one day be a thing of the past. A company has come up with a way to put your driver’s license on your smartphone.