There will be plenty to drink at the Grammy Awards on Sunday, but Betty Yu tells us the Grammy-nominated Bay Area heavy metal band 'Death Angel' is bringing its very own beer.

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'Divine Defector' Beer Brewed By Bay Area Grammy-Nominated Band 'Death Angel'There will be plenty to drink at the Grammy Awards on Sunday, but Betty Yu tells us the Grammy-nominated Bay Area heavy metal band 'Death Angel' is bringing its very own beer.
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Crab Fishermen Face Danger To Catch Profit As Delayed Dungeness Season OpensThe commercial Dungeness crab season finally kicked off Sunday and, while local fishermen have been waiting to get back out to sea, this year’s season opener is not for the faint of heart. John Ramos reports. (12-15-19)
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Meet Expert Breadmaker Daniel Leader, Author Of 'Living Bread'Expert bread maker, Daniel Leader talks to Bay Area Focus host Michelle Griego about his new book, 'Living Bread, Tradition and Innovation in Artisan Bread Making.'
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Berkeley Farms Owner Dean Foods Files For BankruptcyDean Foods, the nation's largest dairy producer and owner of Berkeley Farms, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. (11/13/19)
Wine Country Vineyard Becomes Popular Feeding Spot For BearsWhile Wine Country has been dealing with coyotes, foxes and bobcats for years, a vineyard in Mendocino County is attracting a bear with a taste for Pinot. Don Ford reports. (11/12/19)
Bay Area Supermarkets Included In Major Vegetable Recall Over Listeria ConcernsMann Packing Co., a subsidiary of Fresh Del Monte Produce, is recalling more than 140 vegetable products sold at supermarkets across the U.S. and Canada over potential listeria contamination. (11-5-2019)
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Cheers! Black Vines Presents 'Wine Wednesdays' At Miss Ollie's In OaklandFor nearly a decade, Black Vines has been spreading the work about African-American vintners and now is hosting a series of 'Wine Wednesdays' at Miss Ollie's Caribbean Restaurant, in Oakland. Sarah Kirnon, chef/host of Miss Ollie's and A.T. Howe, founder of Bass Note Artesanal Sangria brought food and drinks to share with BR host Jan Mabry.
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