Mike Sugerman’s About the Bay
San Francisco’s composting program appears to be taking food out of the mouths of the city’s hungry.
Travel Pow Wow will bring an estimated 5,000 international travel professionals and writers to San Francisco May 21 – 25, potentially generating $350 million for San Francisco over the next few years.
Believe it or not, the pace of urban living is slowing. KCBS’ Mike Sugerman found out as much, during his travels About the Bay.
After AT&T spent $52 million for naming rights, it stands to reason that they’d want their own product to work well at the ballpark.
After battling illness and homelessness, it just may be that rock ‘n roll legend Lester Chambers’ time has come – again.
The San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers meet in San Francisco Monday for the first time since a South Bay fan suffered likely brain damage in an attack outside Dodger Stadium on opening day in Los Angeles.
In the blink of an eye, a typical day become a truly remarkable one for KCBS reporter Mike Sugerman – when he became the center of the very story he was covering.
Anchor-Outs have generally been able to fly – or sail – under the radar, though they have been subjected to renewed scrutiny recently because several of the boats broke away in the late March storms, beaching in Mill Valley and Tiburon.
There are surprisingly few full-service dental clinics for the needy in Northern California, which explains why people line up so far in advance for a chance to be seen at the ones operating in the Bay Area.
Ironically, the very thing that touched off the SFPD’s alleged officer misconduct controversy is the one thing a female resident declared was helping to make her feel safer at the Henry Hotel: the security cameras.