#San Francisco Bay Area

Sacramento, CASFGate

Smoke from Dixie Fire floods Sacramento: Will it reach SF Bay Area?

Winds pushed wildfire smoke from the raging Dixie Fire in Plumas County to the south Wednesday, flooding the Sacramento Valley. Photographs from the state capital showed an eerie scene with chalky skies and low visibility. "This smoke has Sacramento looking like it's fog & overcast outside while maintaining 100+ degree...
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Real EstateGlobeSt.com

Why SFR’s Current Heat May Have Staying Power

When both economic swells and shocks work to a real estate sector’s advantage, then it’s high-growth time. That’s the single-family rental (SFR) housing market, and as Suresh Srinivasan, CMO of Roofstock, a San Francisco Bay Area-based online investment marketplace and technology platform, told GlobeSt.com investors are definitely taking notice. “The...
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California Statetrumbulltimes.com

California follows CDC, advises indoor masks for vaccinated

SAN DIEGO (AP) — California's public health agency recommended on Wednesday that people wear masks indoors, regardless of their vaccination status, while more employers announced that workers must be vaccinated or face testing. State officials said they were following the lead of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,...
Murrysville, PAmurrysville.com

Creature Features

Creature Features - Ep240 – War of the Colossal Beast (1958) Vincent, Tangella and Mr. Livingston host the 21st-century version of Creature Features, the classic San Francisco Bay Area horror-host program made famous by Bob Wilkins in the 70’s and John Stanley in the 80’s. Host Vincent Van Dahl, former frontman for 90’s metal band “Prince of Darkness” retired from music a few years back to pursue a quiet life in Bodega Bay at his newly-acquired home, The Poulter Manor. From this haunted mansion, he is joined by his housemate Tangella and his valet Mr. Livingston to deliver the best guests and the worst movies to the entire Bay Area and around the world.
Congress & Courtstheiowastandard.com

Ernst Puts the Brakes on Government Boondoggles

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Home & Gardenmbjessee.com

What Is the Best Paint for Interior Walls?

We'll take a closer look at the sheen options for your interior paint project, but first, let's talk brands. You really do get what you pay for!. While ultra-premium, expensive paints might not be necessary for your specific goals, we do recommend that you invest in a quality paint manufacturer. You need a durable finish - something that will look fantastic but also stand up to the traffic, bumps, and scrapes of everyday life. Cheap paint is made with cheaper ingredients, and that translates to poor coverage, poor color retention, and a shorter lifespan.

Visit a Museum for Free in August

Did you know you can visit most of the Bay Area's major museums and cultural attractions for free every month? Just about all museums have one day a month set aside as a free day. They all aren't on the same day, too, so if you plan it right you can take in several museum outings without having to pay a thing.
San Jose, CAPosted by
Richard Fang

Are Startups Really Leaving Silicon Valley?

Let’s take a look at recent statistics to see what’s really happening. We all know that Silicon Valley houses some of the largest tech companies in the world. From Facebook to Apple, startups that started decades ago have grown into billion or trillion-dollar giants.