Stephen Curry, 27, just might be the greatest basketball player of all time, or at least he’s on his way. The Ohio-born point guard who stands at only 6-foot-3-inches and 190 pounds, led the Golden State Warriors to their first NBA Championship in 40 years last spring, while simultaneously winning over Bay Area hearts with his wholesome character and adorable family.
Prepare your umbrellas: El Niño (you know, the storm of epic proportions that we’ve been hearing about all summer and fall) is gaining strength in the Pacific and rain is supposedly going to hit California relentlessly from January through March, and possibly even into May. Whoa.
There are two kinds of vacationers: those who lounge on the beach and those who hang out the sides of helicopters.
Move over Google, Tesla is one step closer to bringing driverless cars to an intersection near you.
The newly-restored New Mission Theater will flicker to life this December, just in time for Star Wars.
Stevan Shapona, 59, is one of the last remaining artists from San Francisco's fabled golden age. Born and raised in the Bay Area, Shapona worked alongside his father as a sign painter for decades—touching up the awnings of the St. Francis hotel among other local icons—before pursuing art full time.
It seems dominating the ride-sharing industry just isn't enough for local tech giant, Uber. Now they're going after Postmates, too.
If, like me, you're tired of the oddly synthetic smell that comes with department store perfumes and wish that you could bottle clean mountain air as your everyday eau de toilette, then you'll be elated to know about Juniper Ridge, an Oakland-based aroma company producing organic, bottled wilderness scents straight from the source.
Andre Iguodala needs no introduction. The NBA All-Star and Golden State Warriors shooting guard slam-dunked his way into basketball history this June when he defended the basket against the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA championship to bring home the trophy. And he made Lebron James cry.
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