There is plenty of unique sights on the streets of San Francisco, but these are right under your feet. In this Good Question: What are those colored dots on San Francisco’s sewer grates?
Some of us fight this event in our lives, while others just let it happen. In this Good Question: What makes our hair turn gray as we age?
It’s an amazing feat of engineering that many Bay Area commuters rely on, but we’re not talking about the Golden Gate Bridge or Bay Bridge. In this Good Question: How was the Transbay Tube built?
They can frustrate hitters by throwing the ball at more than 90 miles an hour. But when it’s their turn to bat, they fall short. In this Good Question: Why are pitchers in the big leagues such poor hitters?
20 years ago, a paraplegic Yosemite National Park ranger and his climbing partner successfully scaled the 4,000 foot face of Half Dome.
It’s one of many ways the City by the Bay is unique. Wendy Wang asked this Good Question: Why does San Francisco have both a police chief and a sheriff?
Once in a while, you’ll get a whiff of it, and it has nothing to do with the Giants hitting. In this Good Question: What is that smell coming from San Francisco Bay near AT&T Park?
It washes up on beaches, threatens wildlife and pollutes our oceans. In this Good Question: How much plastic garbage is in the ocean?
If you have one, you know it’s one of the sweetest sounds out there. In this Good Question: How and why do cats purr?
It was built almost 180 years ago to warn ships, now it sits as a reminder. Ellen in San Lorenzo asked this Good Question: What is that small white building on the Marin side below the Golden Gate Bridge?