For many Bay Area residents, it doesn’t feel like the holidays until they see the massive light display in front of “Deacon Dave’s’ Livermore home.
Bay Area storm-related power outages affected nearly 16,000 Pacific Gas & Electric customers overnight and into Friday morning, according to the utility.
By next March, the installation will create the appearance of dancing lights on the bridge’s Eastern Span, and organizers say it will likely bring nearly $100 million a year in tourist dollars to the region.
Ellie Goulding sits with Jayn of Alice@97.3 and talk about everything from funny roommate pictures, to her question for the British press, to Blondie…
An outage that darkened parts of San Francisco’s Hall of Justice for more than two hours Thursday afternoon occurred as a contractor was doing electrical work at the building, a Department of Public Works spokeswoman said.
The building features wind turbines, solar panels and is reusing water on site.
Fundraising has began for a public art installation that would turn the suspension cables on the Western Span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge into a sculpture of light.
Many companies have promised that their energy-saving light bulbs can save you big bucks. But one company claimed their light bulb can do much more.
There used to be just an off and on switch for your lights at home, until dimmers came along. In this Good Question: Do dimmer switches really save energy?
If you’re putting up lights this holiday season, the wrong bulbs may lead to unwelcome present from PG&E. In this Good Question: How do the new LED holiday lights compare with the old incandescent type?