Fast-Food Restaurant Chains Blossom in Bay Area
The Bay Area is big on organic, sustainable, farm-to-table food. So why are fast-food chains on the rise? Cate Cauguiran reports. (8-26-16)

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Bay Area Rains Bring Toxic MushroomAs welcome as the rain may be after months upon months of dry conditions in the Bay Area, along with that rain comes unwelcome poisonous mushrooms. Andria Borba reports tells us about the recent warning.
PETA Billboard Says You Can't Claim To Be A Feminist If You Eat EggsA billboard with a strange message connecting feminists, eggs, and animal rights is turning heads in the South Bay, but turning some women off. Devin Fehely shows us PETA's latest salvo against the egg and dairy industry.
Chef Mosher Of Robert Mondavi Winery Pairs With Napa Film Festival FundraiserRobert Mondavi Winery teamed up with the Napa Valley Film Festival for a fundraiser and screening benefiting people affected by the wine country fires and brought delicious samples to share with Bay Area Focus host Michelle Griego.
Fishermen Give Thumbs-Up to First Catch as Commercial Crab Harvest BeginsJust in time for Thanksgiving, commercial Dungeness crab season began Thursday and San Francisco fishermen are pleased with what they've seen so far. Don Ford reports. (11-15-18)
National Kidney Foundation's 30th Anniversary San Francisco Authors LuncheonThe National Kidney Foundation's 30th Anniversary San Francisco Authors Luncheon is happening Nov. 3. Participating authors Sara and Evan Rich, owners of Rich Table and RT Rotisserie talk to Bay Area Focus about the fundraiser and their new cookbook, 'Rich Table.'
Spenger's Fish Grotto Abruptly Closes After 128 YearsOne of the Bay Area's oldest restaurants, Spenger's Fish Grotto in Berkeley has abruptly closed its doors after nearly 130 years in operation. (10/25/18)

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