Author Archives:

The Purpose of the Teen Screen Program

Teen Screen is a national program that aims at making teenagers aware of the incredible dangers of skin cancer. They encourage teenagers to wear sunscreen and they offer access to information for presentations, on-line resources and power point presentations to be given at schools, youth centers and other locations.  With a generous donation from the…

Virgin America to Add Third Round Trip From D/FW to San Francisco

Virgin America recently announced that it will be adding a third daily round trip between Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and San Francisco, using air-crafts that have been flying to Toronto till now. David Cush, president of Virgin America explained that the change will make the D/FW schedule more convenient for travelers. “We’ve seen a very…

San Francisco Zoo Welcomes Two

The San Francisco Zoo has recently welcomed two new additions to its institute. On December 22nd a baby anteater was born to a two year old, first time mother. The father is twelve years old, and is called Angelo. The new baby is the first giant anteater to be born at the zoo in over…

Macy’s to Open 725 New Jobs

Macy’s Inc. has announced its plans to employ about 725 additional people in New York, San Francisco and Atlanta, in order to enhance its macys.com and bloomingdales.com businesses. The retailer explained that the expansion of staff will provide customers with a better shopping experience in-store, online and on their mobile devices. “Having the right talent…

Seven Firehouses to Be Renovated in 2012

The San Francisco Fire Department will be renovating seven firehouses in 2012, as part of a $412 million bond measure which was approved by voters last June. Originally, the portion was meant to update the underground water system that is used in fighting fires, as well as to support a new police headquarters and fire…

San Francisco Recycles Christmas Trees

Cutting down trees for Christmas is not the most environmentally-friendly activity, but the residents of San Francisco are doing their best to compensate for the damage. They will be leaving their trees, minus the ornaments and decorations, by their curbs early in the morning on weekends between January 3rd and January 14th. This is the…

Intel Selects Two Digital Shareholders

Intel has chosen two digital shops with which to share its account: Publicis Groupe’s Razorfish, San Francisco, for creativity and customer service management, and Interpublic Group of Cos. MRM Worldwide, to manage strategy and messaging. The action moves the tech giant’s business-to-business responsibilities to agencies with digital heritage. David Dickstein, a spokesman for Intel, explained…

San Francisco to Be Fossil Fuel-less

By the end of this month, San Francisco’s last fossil-fueled power plant Potrero Hill will be shut down. This issue has been debated by political parties and health services for many years. The plant is fueled by diesel and natural gases, as is considered one of the dirtiest in the state. The city’s southeast neighborhoods…

New Parking Garage to Open in South San Francisco

Leaders of southern San Francisco are relying on the new parking garage to attract more visitors to the financial heart of the city, and to help boost the local economy. The Miller Avenue garage cost $12 million, has five levels and 254 stalls, in addition to around 14,350 square feet of marketable space on the…

San Jose Bans Plastic Bags

San Jose, following in the footsteps of San Francisco, has just become the largest city in the U.S. to ban plastic bags, in an effort to encourage shoppers to bring their own reusable ones. The ordinance was approved after two years of study on a 10-1 vote, and goes into effect until 2012. Once begun,…

Author Archives:

The Purpose of the Teen Screen Program

Teen Screen is a national program that aims at making teenagers aware of the incredible dangers of skin cancer. They encourage teenagers to wear sunscreen and they offer access to information for presentations, on-line resources and power point presentations to be given at schools, youth centers and other locations.  With a generous donation from the…

Virgin America to Add Third Round Trip From D/FW to San Francisco

Virgin America recently announced that it will be adding a third daily round trip between Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and San Francisco, using air-crafts that have been flying to Toronto till now. David Cush, president of Virgin America explained that the change will make the D/FW schedule more convenient for travelers. “We’ve seen a very…

San Francisco Zoo Welcomes Two

The San Francisco Zoo has recently welcomed two new additions to its institute. On December 22nd a baby anteater was born to a two year old, first time mother. The father is twelve years old, and is called Angelo. The new baby is the first giant anteater to be born at the zoo in over…

Macy’s to Open 725 New Jobs

Macy’s Inc. has announced its plans to employ about 725 additional people in New York, San Francisco and Atlanta, in order to enhance its macys.com and bloomingdales.com businesses. The retailer explained that the expansion of staff will provide customers with a better shopping experience in-store, online and on their mobile devices. “Having the right talent…

Seven Firehouses to Be Renovated in 2012

The San Francisco Fire Department will be renovating seven firehouses in 2012, as part of a $412 million bond measure which was approved by voters last June. Originally, the portion was meant to update the underground water system that is used in fighting fires, as well as to support a new police headquarters and fire…

San Francisco Recycles Christmas Trees

Cutting down trees for Christmas is not the most environmentally-friendly activity, but the residents of San Francisco are doing their best to compensate for the damage. They will be leaving their trees, minus the ornaments and decorations, by their curbs early in the morning on weekends between January 3rd and January 14th. This is the…

Intel Selects Two Digital Shareholders

Intel has chosen two digital shops with which to share its account: Publicis Groupe’s Razorfish, San Francisco, for creativity and customer service management, and Interpublic Group of Cos. MRM Worldwide, to manage strategy and messaging. The action moves the tech giant’s business-to-business responsibilities to agencies with digital heritage. David Dickstein, a spokesman for Intel, explained…

San Francisco to Be Fossil Fuel-less

By the end of this month, San Francisco’s last fossil-fueled power plant Potrero Hill will be shut down. This issue has been debated by political parties and health services for many years. The plant is fueled by diesel and natural gases, as is considered one of the dirtiest in the state. The city’s southeast neighborhoods…

New Parking Garage to Open in South San Francisco

Leaders of southern San Francisco are relying on the new parking garage to attract more visitors to the financial heart of the city, and to help boost the local economy. The Miller Avenue garage cost $12 million, has five levels and 254 stalls, in addition to around 14,350 square feet of marketable space on the…

San Jose Bans Plastic Bags

San Jose, following in the footsteps of San Francisco, has just become the largest city in the U.S. to ban plastic bags, in an effort to encourage shoppers to bring their own reusable ones. The ordinance was approved after two years of study on a 10-1 vote, and goes into effect until 2012. Once begun,…

Sang Pakar - News-Bola.Com - Jagoan Prediksi - jadwal-liga.com