Mike Sugerman’s About The Bay
As the BART strike continues, the collateral damage can be seen everywhere. I decided to take a walk around one of areas among those likely hardest hit by this strike—Glen Park. The San Francisco neighborhood is like a small village in the urban landscape, full of mom-and-pop stores. Glen Park depends on the roughly 15 thousand riders who use its BART station.
Many people might think of the America’s Cup sailing race as NASCAR on the water, but it’s clear who these races are geared to. The sails are big billboards for sponsors.
Tourists visiting San Francisco like to rent cars and head to the Golden Bridge overlook in Marin County so they can snap photos of the themselves with the iconic landmark in the background as a lasting reminder of their trip. But many are receiving another reminder when they come home, a bill for the toll.
I live in the southwestern section of San Francisco and last week, there was a heat wave—well sort of. Last Tuesday, temperatures reached 109 degrees in some areas around the bay while The City’s Ocean Beach reached a cool 69 degrees.
Military veterans are taking their own lives at an alarming rate. A facility in the Napa Valley is looking to counter the trend.
KCBS and CBS 5′s Mike Sugerman had to learn the hard way about the dangers of distracted driving. Luckily, no one was hurt.
Some fans of the Fox network television show “Alcatraz” have been infiltrating guided tours on the real-life island to search for a top secret room that only exists on the scripted drama.
Remember when neighbors used to borrow things from one another? It’s a concept that’s coming back, though often with a price these days.
After AT&T spent $52 million for naming rights, it stands to reason that they’d want their own product to work well at the ballpark.
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.