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Bad News for SF Transit Operators

San Francisco Transit operators might not get their end-of-the-year bonuses this year. The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is facing another deficit in the coming fiscal year, and officials are attempting to cancel the payments. The bonuses are taken from a trust fund created for transit operators, and have reached as much as $3,000 in…

Napa Valley Hosts ‘Messiah’ Performance

On Sunday, Napa Valley Symphony, Napa Valley Chorale and singers from St. Helena Chamber will come together at Lincoln Theater to present Handel’s ‘Messiah.’ The director of the San Francisco Symphony Chorus, Ragnar Bohlin, will be conducting, and guest soloists from the chorus will also perform. In total, 140 voices will join in the holiday…

Sunset Reservoir Completed in San Francisco

San Francisco mayor Gavin Newsom announced this week that the Sunset Reservoir Solar Project has been completed. The project has nearly 24,000 solar panels, which cover an area the size of twelve football fields. This is now the largest municipal solar installation in California. Officials have stated that the Sunset Reservoir generates five megawatts of…

Mount Diablo Center Redone

Renovating the visitor center and museum at Mount Diablo, the most visible mountain top in the Bay Area, has changed the atmosphere completely. The renovation was an effort of the state parks system and the Mount Diablo Interpretive Association. Together they worked on the $220,000 project that gave new life to the entire interior of…

Commercial Real Estate Recovering in San Francisco

Things are looking slightly better for commercial real estate in the Bay Area, and especially in San Francisco. The global consultancy and accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers will be formally announcing this at an “emerging trends in real estate” conference on Thursday. Charles DiRocco, the head of real estate research for the company, explained that they are…

Gingerbread House Constructed in the Fairmont San Francisco

The largest gingerbread house in the world has just been constructed in the lobby of the Fairmont in San Francisco. The two-storied house is twenty-two feet high and ten-and-a-half feet deep. It is constructed of 5,500 pieces of gingerbread, 850 pounds of icing, 400 pounds of candy and eight gallons of chocolate. The house is…

RadiumOne Recruits New Chief Financial Officer

RadiumOne, the innovative online advertising network, announced that Bill Lonergan will be joining their team as the new Chief Financial Officer. He will now take charge of all financial, administrative and corporate aspects of RadiumOne. His experience is the field is impressive. Before joining RadiumOne, Lonergan served as Chief Financial Adviser at Offerpal as well…

“How Wine Became Modern” Exhibit Opens in San Francisco

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art has a new exhibit, titled “How Wine Became Modern: Design + Wine 1976 to Now.” 1976 was indeed a revolutionary year for wine-lovers. The Judgment, a wine contest which took place in Paris, encouraged the beginning of a new era in wine culture. The new exhibit in San…

10,000 Jellyfish Beached in San Francisco

Earlier this week, tens of thousands of jellyfish were found washed up on the shores of Ocean Beach in San Francisco. The phenomenon was described as looking like “a cobblestone walkway made of jellyfish.” The jellyfish covered a stretch of beach that is around three miles long and twenty feet wide. The jellyfish are of…

Shrek the Musical Staff Plans Event in Support of the Battle Against AIDS

A Shrektacular Holiday Extravaganza is a one-night event which will raise funds for the Richmond/Ermet AIDS Foundation (REAF) and for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. The evening is a joint effort of the cast from the Shrek the Musical’s touring company Deborah Gibson and San Franciscan singer and entertainer Jason Brock. Eric Peterson, the ogre in…

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Bad News for SF Transit Operators

San Francisco Transit operators might not get their end-of-the-year bonuses this year. The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is facing another deficit in the coming fiscal year, and officials are attempting to cancel the payments. The bonuses are taken from a trust fund created for transit operators, and have reached as much as $3,000 in…

Napa Valley Hosts ‘Messiah’ Performance

On Sunday, Napa Valley Symphony, Napa Valley Chorale and singers from St. Helena Chamber will come together at Lincoln Theater to present Handel’s ‘Messiah.’ The director of the San Francisco Symphony Chorus, Ragnar Bohlin, will be conducting, and guest soloists from the chorus will also perform. In total, 140 voices will join in the holiday…

Sunset Reservoir Completed in San Francisco

San Francisco mayor Gavin Newsom announced this week that the Sunset Reservoir Solar Project has been completed. The project has nearly 24,000 solar panels, which cover an area the size of twelve football fields. This is now the largest municipal solar installation in California. Officials have stated that the Sunset Reservoir generates five megawatts of…

Mount Diablo Center Redone

Renovating the visitor center and museum at Mount Diablo, the most visible mountain top in the Bay Area, has changed the atmosphere completely. The renovation was an effort of the state parks system and the Mount Diablo Interpretive Association. Together they worked on the $220,000 project that gave new life to the entire interior of…

Commercial Real Estate Recovering in San Francisco

Things are looking slightly better for commercial real estate in the Bay Area, and especially in San Francisco. The global consultancy and accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers will be formally announcing this at an “emerging trends in real estate” conference on Thursday. Charles DiRocco, the head of real estate research for the company, explained that they are…

Gingerbread House Constructed in the Fairmont San Francisco

The largest gingerbread house in the world has just been constructed in the lobby of the Fairmont in San Francisco. The two-storied house is twenty-two feet high and ten-and-a-half feet deep. It is constructed of 5,500 pieces of gingerbread, 850 pounds of icing, 400 pounds of candy and eight gallons of chocolate. The house is…

RadiumOne Recruits New Chief Financial Officer

RadiumOne, the innovative online advertising network, announced that Bill Lonergan will be joining their team as the new Chief Financial Officer. He will now take charge of all financial, administrative and corporate aspects of RadiumOne. His experience is the field is impressive. Before joining RadiumOne, Lonergan served as Chief Financial Adviser at Offerpal as well…

“How Wine Became Modern” Exhibit Opens in San Francisco

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art has a new exhibit, titled “How Wine Became Modern: Design + Wine 1976 to Now.” 1976 was indeed a revolutionary year for wine-lovers. The Judgment, a wine contest which took place in Paris, encouraged the beginning of a new era in wine culture. The new exhibit in San…

10,000 Jellyfish Beached in San Francisco

Earlier this week, tens of thousands of jellyfish were found washed up on the shores of Ocean Beach in San Francisco. The phenomenon was described as looking like “a cobblestone walkway made of jellyfish.” The jellyfish covered a stretch of beach that is around three miles long and twenty feet wide. The jellyfish are of…

Shrek the Musical Staff Plans Event in Support of the Battle Against AIDS

A Shrektacular Holiday Extravaganza is a one-night event which will raise funds for the Richmond/Ermet AIDS Foundation (REAF) and for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. The evening is a joint effort of the cast from the Shrek the Musical’s touring company Deborah Gibson and San Franciscan singer and entertainer Jason Brock. Eric Peterson, the ogre in…

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