Mike Sugerman’s About the Bay
While a majority of high school students tend to be consumed with homework, sports or teenage romance, these teens were setting their sights on the world – literally.
Getting caught eating or drinking on a BART train is a risky if not downright expensive move.
Even as San Francisco lawmakers work to crack down on people posing as taxi drivers, the “real” cabbies are up in arms claiming they’re being taken for a ride.
The nation’s unemployment numbers keep looking better and better on paper. But in the real world, it’s a different story.
A man who has spent a half-century around the Bay Area music scene celebrates an anniversary this weekend, and most music lovers have never heard of him.
By most accounts, Ed Lee has stayed under the radar for his entire career. Now, he’s very much in the public eye, as San Francisco’s new mayor.
You could say that the writing is on the wall for one Fremont man, who wants it taken down immediately. KCBS’ Mike Sugerman spent some time with that city’s guerilla graffiti fighter during his travels, About the Bay.
Those with resolve to drop some pounds in 2011 may want to try their hand at a new trend taking hold in San Francisco. It’s called trampoline dodgeball, and it’s pretty much what it sounds like.
As New Year approaches, most people try to make a change for the better. But during his travels About the Bay, Mike Sugerman found keeping those resolutions isn’t easy.
For the people helping hurried and stressed out customers, it was becoming anything but the most wonderful time of the year.