Our friends down in Silicon Valley work in lavish playgrounds designed to spur creative thought. So is it any wonder that the people who work in the tech sector come up with April Fool’s pranks just about every year?
A man looking to relocate in San Francisco compiled a list of the city’s safest (and most unsafe) neighborhoods.
It’s that time of year. Everyone is putting out a Top 10 list – even Mirriam-Webster Dictionary. Are these their favorite words, the words most spoken, or what? We decided to look it up.
As we get closer to the season of giving gifts, a consumer watchdog group has released its annual list of the 10 most unsafe toys. Did any of these toys make your child’s wish list?
PICK-A-SIDE: Does the name Kaepernick make the list? It does with ours! Let us know your pick!
If you’re planning to run for office with a donkey on your campaign flyer you are better off gracing the ballot in Washington or Oregon than California, according to new rankings from The Hill.
The San Francisco Giants – Kansas City Royals World Series is billed as a team of destiny versus a bid for a dynasty. For lifetime Giants fans used to decades of disappointment, it’s hard to see this team keeping it up every year (or every other year). But what if the Giants win the series? And what if they keep on winning them? At some point we are going to have to call them a dynasty, and even the most fatalist Giants fan will have to revise expectations upward. What will they root for? Here’s a partial to-do list. We’d love to have your additions in the comments below.
The Money website published the “Most Innovative Cities In America” list Tuesday, and somehow managed to leave Silicon Valley completely off the list.
At least a dozen communities in Northern and Central California are at risk of running out of water in just 60 days. The areas in jeopardy include Colusa and El Dorado and Butte County.
Twenty-one species of fish made the leap Tuesday off a watch list of seafood to avoid as unsustainably overfished.