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The WWII Memorial honoring women and African-Americans that you may not know about

(Justin Sullivan / Getty Images) Sitting along the Bay in Richmond, California is a memorial to the roughly six million women who kept America's production booming during World War II. As millions of men were called to serve on the Eastern and Western fronts, America's production goals — both in terms of industrial and agricultural production — were much harder to meet.
RICHMOND, CA

Help Local Kitchens In Lafayette Donate To a Local Preschool

On October 15-16, Local Kitchens in Lafayette is partnering with a local preschool and donating 15% of their proceeds. I share my top picks from Local Kitchens for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. To get tasty meals from Local Kitchens and help promote the school, enter GANILAN15 on the local kitchens website when you check out.
LAFAYETTE, CA

Planning Board Approves Permit: Astra to Grow and Bring New Jobs to Alameda

Engine testing at Astra Space facility in AlamedaAstra/John Kraus. On October 11, the City of Alameda Planning Board unanimously approved Astra Space, Inc.’s application for an approximately 14-acre conditional use permit for rocket research and development, light manufacturing, and indoor rocket engine testing in the Enterprise District of Alameda Point, the former site of the U.S. Naval Air Station (N.A.S.)
ALAMEDA, CA

East Bay roundup: Sentencing bill signed into law, A's Ray Fosse dies at 74, Piedmont's pumpkin patch returns and more

(Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) Newsom signs SB 81 providing guidelines for applying sentence enhancements. Legislation that provides judges with guidelines for applying sentence enhancements was signed by Gov. Newsom on Oct. 8 in an effort to curb the proliferation of sentence enhancements that have been disproportionately used against people of color and those with mental health disorders, East Bay Times reports.
PIEDMONT, CA

Check Out this All Italian Day Car Show at Alameda, CA.

Hello everyone and welcome to Ellie Adventures! For today’s Vlog, we went to an All Italian Car & Motorcycle Show at Alameda, CA. The event was brought to you by Alfa Romeo and the proceeds go to the Special Olympics of Northern California. The vehicles featured are a variety of classic cars such as Alfa Romeo, Maserati, and Ferrari. Newer models of those cars were there as well. It was a great way to spend a Sunday for those who admire cars of different builds either it be new or old. Also, it was delightful to see others laying a chair and picnic blankets out and relaxing by their cars. It was a day well spent and it was all for a good cause. I hope you liked this video and continue to follow us for more adventures around the Bay Area. See you guys next time. Music: “Omg” by Elmer Abapo
ALAMEDA, CA

Science at San Francisco Exploratorium

Occurred on October 3, 2021 / San Francisco, California, USA Info from Licensor: "My brother, my friend, and I went to San Francisco one October weekend to visit the Exploratorium. Outside that building is a free exhibit showing the scientific concept of parabolic shapes and sound waves. With one person on each chair, they can perfectly converse with each other at normal talking volume despite being super far away. SCIENCE!"
SAN FRANCISCO, CA

Jon Gruden Resigns as Raiders HC

Emails were leaked from the NFL’s investigation into the WFT Jon Gruden made: Homophobic & Racist remarks between 2011-2018 That led to Jon Gruden resigning as Raiders head coach Monday Night That’s leading to some serious fallout all over the NFL
OAKLAND, CA

Philz Coffee in Lafayette is a trendy, neighborhood hangout

When I first moved to the Bay Area in 2013, the far East Bay was considered a sleepier, less-trendy place than Berkeley and Oakland, and certainly less than downtown San Francisco. Over the last near-decade, though, that has changed dramatically. Lots of San Franciscans have moved into the Lamorinda area--and more people are living here and working remotely now--and with them has come trendy food brands usually found only in tech-heavy Silicon Valley or in the city itself.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA