San Francisco Transportation News

How hard and how expensive is it these days to get around the bay area? Parking in San Francisco has never been an activity welcomed with glee but at least parking meters have never caused too much of a financial strain. Indeed, for the first time in 7 years, the price will be raised and…

Getting Rich in San Francisco

Perhaps the local Safeways in San Francisco is about to get a lot more visits. Maybe Safeways can ditch their marketing efforts now, ever since Sergey Osipyan won $5 million when he bought a lottery ticket at Safeway’s 730 Taraval Street location. His winning marked the highest prize of the Max-A-Million Scratchers. Apart from the…

Cocktail Culture in the Bay

It seems that San Francisco, has, over the years, been developing a name for itself as “among the best places to get a drink” nationwide. There is now a “culture of cocktails” in the bay area. While this is great news for cocktail lovers it is a bit sad for bar-frequenters who just want a…

The Evolution of San Francisco

San Francisco is changing. That’s a given. It’s like getting older: it is inevitable. So how is it changing? This recent docu-video examines the fluctuations.

Marathon Runners in the Bay

Toward the end of July, On Sunday, over 25,000 runners took part in the 38th running of The San Francisco Marathon. It marked the first time that it was ever officially sanctioned as a USA Track & Field qualifier race for the 2016 Olympic Team Trials. However, not one runner qualified for the Olympic trials….

San Francisco: Getting Top Marks

San Francisco is a great place to live. The people who live there know it and now it’s being proved statistically. According to the most recent results from WalletHub, out of 300 cities San Francisco ranked in the top 30 for the healthiest housing markets. When it comes to affordability as we all suspected, San…

Deserving Dogs in San Francisco

First, San Francisco was privy to a Corgi Convention, in which hundreds of Corgis assembled at Ocean Beach, clad in costumes. Proceeds from the event went to Corgi Aid and Muttville Senior Dog Rescue, two local animal charities. The next such event will be held in October. Next – moving over to quite the opposite…

“Kitty” Takes on a Whole New Meaning in the Bay

Kitty – in this case spelt KitTea – as a play on words, opens today in San Francisco.  As its name suggests it is dedicated to two goals (in this order), cats, and tea. Using high quality tea from a small farm in Kyoto, Japan, the tea house features a place to sit and sip…

San Francisco: Where Vegas Meets Classical

Classical music is to be played in a Vegas environment in a San Francisco location. The San Francisco Symphony is attempting to use SoundBox to get in a younger crowd of people to its performances. Right now, classical music isn’t hitting so well with the younger kids so by opening up a Vegas-style mega haven,…

Preserving the Environment

Often potential customers ask us how we feel about the environment.  After all, at EMBraer Paper Goods, our focus is on paper goods, which seems to be the antithesis of environmental preservation. Beth Sonnenfeld, VP of Sales at our company explains why our customers do not have to worry about this.  “When I started work…

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The Evolution of San Francisco

San Francisco is changing. That’s a given. It’s like getting older: it is inevitable. So how is it changing? This recent docu-video examines the fluctuations.

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ConferencePlus Collaborates with Teen Screen’s Webinar Program

Westell Technologies’ subsidiary ConferencePlus, Inc. recently opened collaboration with the Teen Screen National Center for Mental Health Checkups at Columbia University in support of the program’s webinar program. “Our webinars have become a key cornerstone of our service to primary care health professionals and other constituencies who share our commitment to adolescent mental health,” said…

SF’s Seedwell to Release New Channel on YouTube

Late last week, YouTube announced that it would begin releasing new, original channels on its platform next month. Over the course of the year, advertising-supported channels will be revealed on YouTube in areas such as fashion, comedy, news, education, sports, music and more. The project was executed with the help of experienced content producers, and…

Michelin Releases San Francisco Guide of 2012

Last week, Michelin Travel named 77 good-value restaurants in San Francisco. Both The French Laundry and Meadowood have maintained their three-star status, while three additional restaurants were granted their second star in the area as well. Benu, located on Hawthorne Street, received a new star for its Asian cuisine, as did the American Saison, and…

Rents Increase in the Bay Area as Homeownership Falls

Bay Area rent rates are on the rise as former homeowners struggle to find homes after foreclosure or mortgage payment issues. In counties like Santa Clara and San Mateo, rents are increasing as well, as a result of tech-driven employment. Jed Kolko, chief economist at San Francisco’s Trulia.com, said “In the Santa Clara and San…

Apple Co-Founder Steve Jobs Dies at 56

Steve Jobs, the co-founder of a company that transformed the digital world, passed away yesterday, mere months after leaving his role as CEO due to health problems. His leadership forged the way for Apple to create novelties such as the iPod, iPhone and iPad. The company announced his death, mourning the suffering and loss of…

New San Francisco Law Riles Up Nudists

To those familiar with San Francisco, it’s not surprising that public nudity is completely legal, and actually relatively common. A new law has been put forth, triggering a “Nude-In” which was attended by numerous nude men who felt the law was disrespectful. The law, proposed by Scott Wiener, would forbid nudity in restaurants, as well…

San Francisco Firefighters Swim to Support Cancer Prevention

In San Francisco this week, a group of over forty firefighters pushed their limits with a difficult swim in the Bay Area in support of cancer prevention. The group, which included both current and retired firefighters, began their mile-and-a-quarter challenge at Alcatraz, and ended it at Aquatic Park. The swim was a fundraiser for cancer…

San Francisco for the Birds

Advocates claim that hundreds of millions of birds die annually as a result of flying into windows or walls in the U.S., and have been moving to encourage San Francisco to begin a nationwide trend of bird-friendly buildings. Not surprisingly, the city has agreed. A Global Issue This past Tuesday, the Board of Supervisors approved…

San Francisco’s Healthcare Industry

According to a recent report by the Hospital Council of Northern and Central California, San Francisco’s hospital industry is one of the healthiest in the city’s economy. It contributes $15.3 billion to the economy on an annual basis, and creates almost 99,000 jobs or 18% of the city’s work force. Hospitality and tourism are the…

Bluewolf Announces Project Aimed at Reducing Unemployment

During Dreamforce 2011 in San Francisco this week, business consulting firm Bluewolf announced its new project aimed at reducing the US’s unemployment rate by providing public training programs for IT and business professionals. Inspired in part by the recent McKinsey & Company report, the project joins many other hoping to create 21 million jobs throughout…

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