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Op-Ed: Barbary Coast days come alive in 'Soiled Dove' 2-day event Special

Alameda - This week, on July 15 & 16 Point Alameda will be the host for a-one-of-a-kind, unique event called "The Soiled Dove." The Vau de Vire Society, creators of the Edwardian Ball and other unusual-themed events are the creative forces behind Soiled Dove.

Third day of mystery power surges cripple BART commuter trains

Oakland - Restoration of a full complement of train cars on the Bay Area's heavily traveled BART system could take months, officials said Friday after the third consecutive day of failures on the Pittsburg-Bay Point line.

Op-Ed: The end of an era for local thespians as faire founder passes on Special

Novato - It is the end of an era, especially for local thespians in the San Francisco Bay Area as the news of the death of Renaissance Pleasure Faire and The Great Dickens Christmas Fair founder Phyllis Patterson was announced this past May. She died on May 18.

Op-Ed: Neurological Chiropractor says head trauma in sports is serious Special

San Francisco - The Kezar Pavilion near San Francisco's Golden Gate Park was filled almost to capacity on Aug.24 for the 14th Dragon House Mixed Martial Arts event. Amid the noise and excitement, only a few steps away from ringside was Dr. Christopher DeMartini,

Op-Ed: Avant garde composer shares his music with neighborhood group Special

San Francisco - Earlier this August this reporter had the opportunity to attend a presentation of a local composer hosted by the Sunset Heights Association of Responsible People in the City's Sunset District.

San Francisco Bay naturalist has his own set of Laws Special

San Francisco Bay Area naturalist and trail guide author John Muir Laws has a passion when talking about nature. Known as "Jack" to family and friends, he makes it clear even in day to day conversation he is an advocate for the natural world.

Tsunami waves from Japan reach Hawaii; alert up in West Coast

Honolulu - The first tsunami waves resulting from the 8.9-magnitude earthquake that struck Japan hit the shores of Hawaii in the early hours of Friday morning, seven hours after the earthquake.
 

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Naturalist and guide book author  John Muir Laws sketching Tule Elk in Point Reyes  CA.
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Naturalist and guide book author, John Muir Laws sketching Tule Elk in Point Reyes, CA. Photo courtesy of John Muir Laws
by Cybele Renault
MOVEMENT: Map shows number and intensity of small earthquakes that have reverberated through the eas...
MOVEMENT: Map shows number and intensity of small earthquakes that have reverberated through the east San Francisco Bay Area since Saturday.
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Map showing the major faults in the Bay Area  with Hayward in medium and light blue
Map showing the major faults in the Bay Area, with Hayward in medium and light blue
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 The Anise Swallowtail  is a common butterfly in the San Francisco area   noted  Jeffrey Glassberg  ...
"The Anise Swallowtail, is a common butterfly in the San Francisco area," noted Jeffrey Glassberg, PhD. He is president of the North American Butterfly Association. Photo is from the NABA web site.
Courtesy of North American Butterfly Association
Retired author and carpenter Larry Levy now spends at least three days a week volunteering his time ...
Retired author and carpenter Larry Levy now spends at least three days a week volunteering his time to help spot fires near Mount Tamalpais in Marin County just outside of the city of San Francisco.
Courtesy of KTVU News, Oakland, San Francisco
MeTV featured  The Airin  of the Green...Hornet  in honor of St. Patrick s Day  The five hour marath...
MeTV featured "The Airin' of the Green...Hornet" in honor of St. Patrick's Day, The five hour marathon showed seven episodes of the 1960's television series.

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