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Rapid rise of COVID cases not causing Bay Area panic, yet

SAN FRANCISCO - Amid a steady drumbeat of disturbing COVID-19 data, people are figuring out their own risk tolerance. Friday night in San Francisco's Marina District, some people wore masks while on the sidewalk. But busy restaurants, where masks are strongly recommended indoors, might have no one in a facial...
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9 Things To Know Before Your First Trip To San Francisco

San Francisco is a city that everyone should visit at least once. It’s built on a small spit of land and surrounded by water on three sides. The incredibly steep streets are lined with stately old hotels and bustling family businesses. San Francisco offers world-class shopping and lots of people are frequently out and about. Cable cars zoom by with bells clanging, and you can smell the delicious foods when you pass by the doors of restaurants that offer Chinese food, Italian meals, and seafood caught fresh from the bay.
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Pleasant Hill, CAKRON4

Rattlesnake spotted in Pleasant Hill park

PLEASANT HILL, Calif. (KRON) – Pay close attention to your next step at East Bay parks — That’s the warning coming from a Pleasant Hill woman who recently encountered a rattlesnake. She tells KRON4 that she fears she would have been bitten if the snake didn’t warn her first. Gopher...
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Champion Teen Weightlifter Credits Coach and Oakland Non-Profit Gym Program

OAKLAND (KPIX) — Seth Evans earned four gold medals at the USA Weightlifting Youth Nationals in Detroit and he added them to his silver medals from the year before. “I’ve been working so hard for this and I’m, like, ‘Wow, I’m national champion!'” Evans exclaimed. The 8th grader from Madison Park Academy in Oakland won the top prizes among 13- and 14-year-olds in the overall contest, technical merit, and the categories of “snatch” and “clean and jerk.” He lifted 66 kilos (145 pounds) — a little more than his body weight — in snatch. where you lift in a single movement. He tackled 80...
Dublin, CAindependentnews.com

Airlifted Oklahoma Dogs Arrive in Bay Area for Adoption

Dogs recently airlifted from an Oklahoma shelter to the Bay Area will soon be available for adoption at the East Bay Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (EBSPCA) facility in Oakland. The 17 canines were among about 100 dogs and cats flown from Tulsa to the Hayward Executive...
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Nuts & Bolts: Perfect Pet for an Overachiever

Working long hours is a given in entrepreneurship. My father and uncle, who tended their small hardware store in Crockett, routinely worked sixty-hour weeks and did so for over fifty years. I had no choice but to embrace this work ethic as I was hell bent on perfecting a hardware store; 70, 80 and even 90 hour weeks became required. It worked – in 1997 we were awarded the Ace Hardware President’s Cup as the best Ace in the United States – but grueling hours take their toll. My brother Robin recognized that I was an over-achiever and, concerned, one day he came up with a remarkable solution. It involved a lanky, toothy canine named Caleb.
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Where to find One of the Best Indian Restaurants in San Francisco

The restaurant scene in San Francisco contains some of the highest quality and best restaurants in all of America. There are all types of food to be found within the city and Indian cuisine is no exception. There are Indian establishments found throughout almost every neighborhood in the Bay Area and it is not too difficult to find a decent restaurant close by. Since there are so many options, it can be difficult for any specific restaurant to rise above the crowd and beat the competition. Despite the difficulties, one restaurant has time and time again proven itself to be one of the best and most loved Indian restaurants in all of San Francisco.
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My Favorite Places for Phở Gà in the East Bay | Oakland, CA

#PhoGa #vietnamesefood #oakland #noodlesoup #eastbayeats #bayareafoodie #phoga88 These are my all time favorite places when I crave a hot delicious bowl of Phở Gà in the East Bay! In the Bay Area, I know we have many choices. Check out these places for a real taste of chicken if you are in the area. They are fast and affordable too! Wing Wah Pho Ga Restaurant 1221 E 12th Street, Oakland Pho Ga Huoang Que Cafe 1228 7th Ave, Oakland Phở Gà 88 15040 Farnsworth Street, San Leandro
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San Francisco’s new love affair with parklets

Almost every indulgence we’ve become used to has been taken away by the pandemic, or, at the very least, redefined and molded into new versions. Slow Streets and Shared Spaces initiatives in San Francisco, the latter of which is responsible for the city’s plethora of parklets, have been among the few jewels created during the previous seventeen months.
Lafayette, CAEast Bay Times

Park It: Lafayette-Moraga Regional Trail starts its 45th year

Almost 50 years ago, two women known as “the bike ladies” — Avon Wilson and Lynn Hiden — began advocating for enhanced bicycle safety, especially a safe way for children to ride bicycles to and from school in the Lamorinda (Lafayette-Moraga-Orinda) area. From their idea, Lafayette, Moraga and the East...
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Breadbelly in San Francisco is a truly delicious experience, even during a pandemic

Breadbelly is one of my favorite bakeries to visit in San Francisco. It’s small and quaint, but in the past it was a great spot to enjoy an espresso and a small cafe vibe thanks to a recommendation from a fellow food friend. I was itching to return, but found it hard to get to the Sunset district with Uber prices much higher in San Francisco nowadays without Uber pool due to the pandemic.