Last year in a Kansas City speech, President Obama said he received a letter from a young girl asking why there were no women on American currency.
Narsai David tries out San Rafael’s Genuine Grub, which pickles more than just cucumbers and Napa Valley’s Wallaby Organic Sour Cream.
An anonymous California couple is about to cash in on their buried treasure, but will first loan their coins to the old U.S. Mint in San Francisco for an exhibition.
Gold coins from one of the largest finds in U.S. history were possibly from a heist at the San Francisco Mint at the turn of the 20th century.
Holiday time offers the perfect excuse to shop just for you and find something distinctive and fresh. North Bay shopping is known for its wealth of boutiques and singular shops to explore.
The summer months are a perfect time to relax, bask in the glorious Bay Area sunlight and enjoy a refreshing cocktail. Among the most popular summer drinks is the mojito.
When it comes to making coins, the Mint isn’t getting its two cents worth. In some cases, it doesn’t even get half of that. A penny costs more than two cents and a nickel costs more than 11 cents to make and distribute. The quandary is how to make coins more cheaply without sparing our change’s quality and durability, or altering its size and appearance.
Mention the name “Sebastiani” and immediately wine comes to mind. However one Sebastiani family member is cooking up her own recipe for success…