A new generation of San Franciscan’s may not be aware of the role the city played in a social movement led by a group of people known as the beatniks.
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?
At the ballpark, it’s all about timing. But we’re not talking about the players. Whitney Gould asked this Good Question: How do seagulls know when to show up at AT&T Park at the end of a Giants game?
With its deep blue and green waters, San Francisco Bay is a favorite destination of tourists and locals. Jeff Arcuri of Foster City asked this Good Question: What is the average depth of San Francisco Bay?
A pro football team is one unit, with some highly paid athletes. In this Good Question: How does football’s salary cap work?
They are way beyond the outfield fence, and cost a fraction of a seat behind home plate. Adair Jones of Sausalito asked this Good Question: Where did they come up with the name “bleachers” at a baseball park?
The earthquake and tsunami that rocked Japan moved these vessels into neighborhoods, roadways and buildings. In this Good Question: How are the Japanese moving large ships that got swept inland by the tsunami?
Joe Scheufler of Burlingame asked this Good Question: What kind of strange non-mail stuff has been put into a mailbox?
At a time when the state could use each cent it can get, revenue from DMV fees can really add up. In this Good Question: How much is California losing to residents who drive with out-of-state plates?