Tech billionaire Sean Parker wants to cure cancer, even if it means picking up the tab.
The Bay Area might be seeing a whole lot of Annie Leibovitz in the coming months. The famed celebrity photographer and her family recently purchased an old machine shop in downtown Healdsburg with the plan to convert the space into an art gallery and performance venue.
On Tuesday, the Oakland City Council voted 5 to 3 to adopt a new city motto that they hope will better reflect what the Town stands for. But, we can't be the only ones who were a little confused when they first saw it, right?
It can't be denied: ramen is having a moment. From the long lines at Mensho Tokyo to the long lines at the Itani Ramen pop-up, folks on both sides of the Bay are eagerly licking their lips over this Japanese comfort food. Whether you're seeking a bowl straight from Asia or a new take on the classic, here are four East Bay spots where you should be slurping noodles.
Have you ever waited for a BART train and considered entering that contest where you can win either four million dollars cash or a San Francisco dream house? Well, more than 100 years ago, one lucky San Franciscan actually won their very own Pac Heights dream home, and now it's on the market for almost $6,000,000.
The woman, the myth, the legend, Annie Leibovitz is returning to San Francisco this weekend for a powerful new photo exhibit in Crissy Field.
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