CenturyLink field, home to this weekend’s NFC Championship game and the Seattle Seahawks, is perhaps the loudest sporting venue on earth and can be a real advantage for the home team. Just how loud is it?
A high-priced Silicon Valley apartment complex has become quieter after Google interns were put on notice after neighbors complained over their loud and rowdy parties.
California’s Great America theme park reopened its newest roller coaster in time for the 4th of July holiday weekend, after noise complaints from a nearby building forced the park to make modifications.
Great America has voluntarily shut down its newest roller coaster, Gold Striker, because the ride has exceeded noise limits.
In his travels About the Bay, Mike Sugerman follows a Bay Area bagpipe player, just looking for a place to practice.
Not everyone in the city of Napa is happy about the upcoming Bottle Rock Music & Arts Festival, which is bringing some of the biggest acts in music to the North Bay.
The plan is to hold 30 concerts at the venue, which is located at Piers 27/29.
TV viewing could soon sound a little calmer. The CALM Act, which limits the volume of TV commercials, goes into effect on Thursday.
An Alameda County supervisor is demanding a review of policies and procedures after a bass-thumping, music-reverberating rave at the O.co Coliseum literally shook some of her constituents awake late Saturday night and early Sunday morning.
A key portion of San Francisco’s Central Subway project is raising concerns in the city’s North Beach neighborhood, and has prompted a lawsuit.