With Warriors gone, Oakland's Coliseum City faces new hurdles
Compounding the news that the Golden State Warriors had purchased land to build an arena in San Francisco, the Oakland Raiders on Monday failed to meet a deadline for submitting a Letter of Interest in Oakland's Coliseum City development.
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Major restoration of Breuner Marsh wetlands begins
Local and federal officials gathered along with more than 100 people Tuesday for a ceremony marking the restoration of 150 acres of wetlands at Breuner Marsh on Richmond shoreline.
Curry, Warriors can't fall into Clippers' trap
Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson said his team needs to make adjustments against Los Angeles Clippers as NBA playoff series heads to Oakland.
Jake Shimabukuro leads the worldwide ukelele revival
The ukulele is the Chihuahua of musical instruments -- small, overlooked but loaded with personality, and in Jake Shimabukuro it has found its very own Eric Clapton.
Taxman give bonuses to 1,100 employees who owe back taxes
A government investigator says the Internal Revenue Service paid $1 million in bonuses to employees who owed back taxes. Full Story
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Mead steps outside the Renaissance Fair
Bored with chardonnay and IPA? Explore mead, the ancient honey beverage and fastest growing segment of the American alcohol industry, with sales up 130 percent from 2012 to 2013. In the Bay Area, fine artisanal mead is being crafted in a variety of styles, from the hop-fermented mead at The Mead Kitchen in Berkeley to sparkling mead at Heidrun Meadery in Point Reyes.
Lupita Nyong'o is People magazine's Most Beautiful person
The “12 Years a Slave” actress calls the designation a “major, major compliment.”