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White Dave – “Beach Tucked”

The Bay Area-reared artist makes his DopeHouse debut.
Tags: Videos, Jazz, Bay Area, White Dave


The ‘Coronavirus clause’ is now a thing

Red Oak Realty had to create a special contingency for a Bay Area property as the seller is trapped in the Wuhan Province, ground zero of Coronavirus.
Tags: San Francisco, Radio, Bay Area, Industry News, Markets & Economy, Select, News Brief, Red Oak, Contingencies, Real Estate Deal, Red Oak Realty, Vanessa Bergmark, Coronavirus, Coronavirus Clause, Gabriela Neagu, Wuhan Province


A look at the demanding schedule of Elon Musk, who plans his day in 5-minute slots, constantly multitasks, and avoids phone calls

Elon Musk is so busy running both Tesla and SpaceX that he schedules his day out into five-minute slots. Musk finds time to sleep six hours a night, despite working between 85 to 100 hours each week. The billionaire finds time to spend with his five children during the workweek, but said in 2013 that he still checks his email when he is with them. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Elon Musk is one busy guy. The billionaire CEO of Tesla and SpaceX generally spends a full work...
Tags: Y Combinator, Spacex, Elon Musk, America, Los Angeles, Trends, Tesla, Reddit, Albert Einstein, Cbs, Benjamin Franklin, Musk, Bay Area, Don, Bel Air, Inc


Google's Silicon Valley HQ has a new 31,000-square-foot amenity-packed floor with looks inspired by salt mining — see inside (GOOG)

Google's Mountain View, California headquarters opened a more than 31,000-square-foot area inspired by the area's history of salt mining in 2019. The floor is a place for Googlers to hang out, eat, or workout.  Google is known for its quirky offices, often inspired by the locations where they're built.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Google is known for its fun and unusual offices, and its Mountain View, California headquarters is no exception. Also called the Googleplex,...
Tags: Google, La, Boston, San Francisco, Trends, Bay Area, Warsaw Poland, Mountain View California, Cambridge Massachusetts, Silicon Valley HQ, Saline City, South Bay Lighting


Your next tire change could be performed by a robot

Waiting in a service station waiting room purgatory one day, Victor Darolfi had a simple thought. “I sat at America’s Tires for three hours and thought, hey, we use robots to put tires on at the factory,” the founder explains. “Why don’t we bring robots into the service industry?” The notion was the first seed behind RoboTire, the Bay Area-based robotics company, which the former Spark Robotics CEO founded in October 2018. Now ready to come out of stealth as part of the latest batch of Y Comb...
Tags: Transportation, Y Combinator, America, Tech, Automotive, Robotics, Mitsubishi, Detroit, Bay Area, BRIDGESTONE, Toole, San Carlos Calif, Robotire, Victor Darolfi, Spark Robotics, Darolfi


Wildcats QB Josh Johnson becomes ‘the guy’ in dominant win vs. DC Defenders

DC Defenders’ Khalid Abdullah (32) is tackled by LA Wildcats’ Roderick Henderson (90) during a game at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson on Sunday, February 23, 2020. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) LA Wildcats’ Nelson Spruce (11) completes a pass and runs the ball for a first down against the DC Defenders at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson on Sunday, February 23, 2020. (Photo by Drew A. Kelley, Contributing Photographer) Sound The gallery will resume in...
Tags: Sports, NFL, Sport, Soccer, Chargers, Indianapolis Colts, Johnson, Jones, Hamilton, Bay Area, Moss, Josh, Colts, Wildcats, McBride, Mike Stevens


A Silicon Valley stylist reveals the biggest fashion issues she sees among the tech workers she styles — and her advice for anyone looking to dress better

Bay Area tech workers are becoming more aware of the importance of personal style, according to Kimberly Gant, who's been a stylist in the Bay Area for seven years.  That's reflected in major tech CEOs like Jeff Bezos and Mark Zuckerberg, who have started dressing more fashionably and professionally over the past few years.  Gant highlighted three issues she's noticed among people who come to her for guidance, and gave advice for improving your own wardrobe.  Visit Business Insider's homepage ...
Tags: Mark Zuckerberg, Trends, Silicon Valley, Jeff Bezos, Bay Area, Veja, Gant, Rothy, Kimberly Gant


Sacramento’s absurd crusade against cashless businesses

It didn’t feel as though I was participating in systemic discrimination as I ate a piece of pizza earlier this week in downtown Los Angeles. In fact, everything I was doing — from chewing to sitting to drinking a soda — felt normal. But according to a Sacramento lawmaker and chronically discontented progressives, being a patron of a cashless business — like the one at which I was eating — is discriminatory. Even “shameful,” as one completely irrational person tweeted. Who knew a piece of pizza c...
Tags: California, Opinion, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Sport, Society, Soccer, Bay Area, Hill, Jerry Hill, Newsom, California Republican Party, Matt Fleming, Opinion columns, Calmatters, Eater Los Angeles


Ionescu notches 25th career triple-double, Oregon beats Cal

Sabrina Ionescu has won the hearts of little girls and NBA stars alike with her dynamic play, and during the start of an emotional weekend she shined as Stephen Curry watched and shook his head from courtside. Ionescu recorded her NCAA-best 25th career triple-double with 17 points, 11 assists and 11 rebounds as fan and two-time MVP Curry supported her, leading No. 3 Oregon to its 13th straight win with a 93-61 victory over California on Friday night. On Monday, Ionescu will speak at Kobe Bryant&...
Tags: News, California, Oregon, Stanford, Nba, Ncaa, Kobe Bryant, Golden State Warriors, Bay Area, Southern California, Stephen Curry, Cal, Ionescu, Sabrina Ionescu


Photo Flash: Culture Clash Retrusn to Berkeley Rep with CULTURE CLASH (STILL) IN AMERICA

Bay Area natives and provocateurs,Culture Clash, returnto Berkeley Rep with their latest production,Culture ClashStill in America. The play, written and performed byCulture Clashand directed by Obie Award winnerLisa Peterson, marks the fifth time the satirical group has performed at Berkeley Rep. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, America, Berkeley, Bay Area, Peterson, BWW News Desk, Berkeley Rep


Meet the key people who are leading Mike Bloomberg's digital campaign to topple Donald Trump

Mike Bloomberg started secretive ad agency Hawkfish to aid in his presidential campaign, and it's packed with people from the worlds of politics, advertising, and technology. To beat Donald Trump, the Bloomberg campaign has hired widely from companies like Facebook, Google, and ad agencies. Business Insider identified 17 people in key roles in and around Hawkfish, including former Facebook CMO Gary Briggs, who is leading it. Click here for more BI Prime stories. Hawkfish is the digital agency...
Tags: Google, Motorola, Facebook, New York, Hollywood, Instagram, Microsoft, Obama, Kentucky, Stanford, White House, New York City, Trends, Linkedin, CMO, Nike


A San Francisco startup designs voice-activated furniture that's stored in the ceiling and can drop when you tell it to. Here's how Bumblebee Spaces' systems work.

A San Francisco startup designs modules that store your bed, closet, desk, and nightstand in the ceiling that can be lowered on your command. The systems are also outfitted with AI that "can learn from your preferences and routine." Bumblebee Spaces was cofounded in 2017 by Tesla and Apple veteran Sankarshan Murthy. The company has four projects with San Francisco developers, one of which currently has two-bedrooms — that can be turned into three-bedrooms thanks to the startup's tech — availab...
Tags: Apple, Craigslist, Navy, New York City, Disney, San Francisco, Trends, Tesla, Mission, Bay Area, Solutions, Mickey, Dogpatch, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, Valor Equity Partners, Murthy


California Home Sales Maintain Last Year’s Momentum in January, C.A.R. Reports

– Existing, single-family home sales totaled 395,550 in January on a seasonally adjusted annualized rate, down 0.7 percent from December and up 10.3 percent from January 2019. – January’s statewide median home price was $575,160, down 6.5 percent from December and up 7.1 percent from January 2019. – The statewide Unsold Inventory Index was 3.4 months in January, up from 2.5 months in December but down from 4.6 months in January 2019. Los Angeles, CA – Feb. 19, 2020 (PRNewswire) Continue...
Tags: Google, Real Estate, News, California, Sacramento, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Radio, United States, San Diego, Kings, Nevada, Napa, Orange, Santa Clara, Sonoma


Mountain lion believed to have attacked 6-year-old is caught and killed

The California girl was attacked at a Bay Area nature preserve and survived with minor injuries.
Tags: News, California, Bay Area


Home Value Growth Expected to Re-Accelerate Just in Time For Home Shopping Season

– Annual U.S. home value growth has slowed in each month since April 2018 – The typical home in the U.S. is worth $245,193, up 3.8% from a year ago. – There were 1,500,262 homes listed for sale in January, down 8% from a year ago. – Typical U.S. rent grew 2.3% to $1,602. Seattle, WA – Feb. 20, 2020 (PRNewswire) Annual U.S. home value growth slowed for the 21st consecutive month in January, but you have to squint to spot the difference this time around. When paired with inventory that...
Tags: Real Estate, San Francisco, Indianapolis, Chicago, Radio, United States, Washington Dc, Portland, San Diego, San Jose, Las Vegas, Houston, Seattle, Cleveland, St Louis, Detroit


QTS Kicks Off Hillsboro Campus

Data center gravity continues to grow up in Hillsboro, Oregon. Earlier this week QTS unveiled plans to develop a new mega data center campus there, starting off with a hyperscale customer as anchor. Hillsboro's 'Silicon Forest' combines transpacific connectivity, renewable power options, and ample metro fiber into an alternative to California's Bay Area. ... [visit site to read more]
Tags: California, Advertising, Bay Area, Hillsboro, Datacenter, Hillsboro Oregon, QTS, Silicon Forest, Hillsboro Campus


How a Lakers coaching staff of strangers blended to lead the West’s top team

CHICAGO — The Lakers might not be where they are today if not for a very crucial task that helps keep them humming. It’s an area that falls under the expertise of assistant coach Mike Penberthy, who once won a title with the Shaq-and-Kobe-era Lakers. When coaching staff meetings invariably bog down with the minutiae of game planning, he’s often the one who makes the decision to shake things up. “I’ll be like, ‘You know what, I think we need some donuts today,’” he said. “I’ll grab one of the you...
Tags: Minnesota, Time, Sports, Toronto, Sport, Chicago, West, Soccer, Brooklyn, Nba, Beverly Hills, New Orleans, Handy, Dallas, Lebron James, Anthony Davis


Ex-YC partner Daniel Gross rethinks the accelerator

Amid skyrocketing operating expenses, remote work has become an obsession for Bay Area founders looking to have it both ways, accessing Silicon Valley’s networks of capital and opportunity without paying steep premiums for talent. Daniel Gross has a deeper understanding than most of Silicon Valley’s opportunities. The Jerusalem native was one of Y Combinator’s early successes, joining with an AI startup that, at 23, he sold to Apple (we reported the deal was between $40-60 million). Gross ser...
Tags: Apple, Startups, TC, Gross, Jerusalem, San Francisco, Tech, Andreessen, Venture Capital, Reddit, Silicon Valley, Marc Andreessen, Shippo, Bay Area, Pioneer, Daniel Gross


Streaming-only radio experiment for Oakland A's isn't part of Twins reality -- yet

When the Twins open the 2020 regular season on March 26 in Oakland, Minnesota fans will be able to listen to the radio broadcast on a network of 81 stations spanning five states. Fans back in Oakland, however, won't be able to listen to the game in the traditional way. Instead, they will only be able to stream games via a free app – a decision announced this week in euphemistic, future-focused terms by the team. "We're excited," A's President Dave Kaval told the San Francisco Chronicle. "We're t...
Tags: Sacramento, Mlb, Oakland, Twins, Bay Area, San Francisco Chronicle, St Peter, Dave Kaval, Dave St Peter, Kaval, Oakland Minnesota


This Could Be The Berkeley Public Library’s Most Treasured Collection

“The Berkeley Tool Lending Library is one of the Bay Area’s great public gifts, a free-to-use service for Berkeley residents looking for anything from saws to ladders to a hard-to-find screwdriver. You’d think a repository of free tools, some very expensive, would disappear frequently, but supervising librarian Dan Beringhele says theft is rare. It’s just that beloved.” – San Francisco Chronicle
Tags: Art, Words, Berkeley, Audience, Bay Area, Berkeley Public Library, 02.16.20, Berkeley Tool Lending Library, Dan Beringhele


Climate Change in California: San Francisco Faces Rising Seas

Wednesday: How the Bay Area is confronting climate change. Also: Bernie Sanders takes a wide lead in a new poll.
Tags: News, California, San Francisco, Bernie Sanders, Bay Area


Driver Stranded After Connected Rental Car Can't Call Home

Over the weekend, tech reporter Kari Paul from The Guardian got stuck in the California boonies by the Internet of Things. Ars Technica's Jonathan M. Gitlin reports: Paul had rented a car through a local car-sharing service called GIG Car Share, which offers a fleet of hybrid Toyota Priuses and electric Chevrolet Bolt EVs in the Bay Area and Sacramento, with plans to spend the weekend in a more rural part of the state about three hours north of Oakland. But on Sunday, she was left stranded on an...
Tags: California, Sacramento, Tech, Ars Technica, Oakland, Bay Area, PAUL, Jonathan M Gitlin, Kari Paul


Driver stranded after connected rental car can’t call home (ars technica)

Enlarge / One of GIG Car Share's Toyota Priuses on a street in Berkley, California. (credit: Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images) Over the weekend, a trip to the Californian boonies by Guardian journalist Kari Paul turned into a cautionary tale about the perils of the connected car and the Internet of Things. Paul had rented a car through a local car-sharing service called GIG Car Share, which offers a fleet of hybrid Toyota Priuses and electric Chevrolet Bolt EVs in the Bay Area and Sacramento...
Tags: News, California, Sacramento, Washington Dc, Oakland, Seattle, Daimler, Bay Area, PAUL, Berkley California, Jonathan M Gitlin, Kari Paul, Smith Collection Gado Getty


For Decades, an Annual Competition Has Challenged Students to Deliver Speeches Inspired by Martin Luther King Jr. Here’s Why It’s Still Going Strong

Many students across America can expect to read or listen to speeches by Martin Luther King Jr. during Black History Month, but in Oakland, Calif., they go beyond just reading. In the annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Oratorical Festival, students perform those speeches, as well as poetry and monologues they wrote, and compete for ribbons in various categories. The new HBO documentary We Are the Dream: The Kids of the Oakland MLK Oratorical Fest, debuting Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. ET, follows s...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, News, Washington, Uncategorized, America, Civil Rights, Oakland, Martin Luther King Jr, Bay Area, Cal, Oakland Calif, San Francisco State University, Oakland MLK Oratorical Fest, Awele Makeba, Donald Oliver


Tuesday is last day for Californians to register to vote, but not really

Tuesday is the deadline for registering to vote in California’s Mar. 3 primary election, but like so many things in the the Golden State, it’s a little relaxed. If voter registration deadlines are like leather boots, California’s are flip-flops. Secretary of State Alex Padilla called Feb. 18 California’s “traditional” voting deadline of 15 days before an election, noting that under a series of recent laws, you can now register to vote and cast a ballot in 2020 at county offices and polling place...
Tags: Politics, Elections, News, California, California News, Sport, Soccer, Napa, Chris Miller, Santa Clara, Presidential Election, Gavin Newsom, Bay Area, Santa Cruz, Trump, Golden State


Want to Get Into Jazz? Listen to These 10 Albums First

Jazz music has an interesting history and a fascinating, multi-layered ethos. But even without knowing all that context and background, people instinctively feel that it’s just plain cool. Given that most of us would like to be little more cool, a lot of folks would like to get more into jazz music. But, they don’t really know where to begin.  If you Google “jazz music for beginners,” up will come myriad lists of jazz albums and tracks for the would-be aficionado to sample. But here’s the prob...
Tags: Google, Music, Life, Toronto, Travel & leisure, Canada, Jazz, Hobbies, John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Gillespie, Charles, Louis Armstrong, Duke, Bay Area, Miles


Primus Playing Rush’s A Farewell To Kings In Full On Tour

Primus are going to tour in support of a decades-old Rush album. The Bay Area trio has just announced their upcoming A Tribute To Kings tour, on which they will play Rush's 1977 LP A Farewell To Kings in its entirety every night, followed by a full set of their own Primus songs. The massive … More »
Tags: Music, News, Rush, Bay Area, Tour Dates, Primus, Les Claypool


Still Doe – “Elevator Music For Different Dimensions” (Album Review)

The Bay Area carries a signature sound that is displayed in every artist that comes out of the northern region of California. The sound is original, unheard of, extremely creative and always outrageous. The home of Mac Dre, E-40, and the newest addition to greatness, Still Doe with his new album, titled, Elevator Music For Different Dimensions. The 13-track album embodies the essence of the Yay Area. Exploring memorable landmarks, remember unforgettable moments in history and unveiling unknown...
Tags: Reviews, California, Jazz, DOE, Bay Area, Still Doe


Primus to Honor Rush on ‘Tribute to Kings’ Tour

Primus will pay homage to Rush this summer with “A Tribute to Kings,” a North American tour that will feature the Bay Area trio playing Rush’s classic 1977 album “A Farewell to Kings,” in its entirety, in addition to their own music. Rush’s influence on Primus is deep: The band’s 1989 debut release, the live “Suck on This” album, opens […]
Tags: News, Rush, Bay Area, Neil Peart, Primus


Bridge District threathens photographer after noticing he shot the Golden Gate Bridge from an “illegal angle”

Bay Area photographer Bruce Getty is facing legal action over a photo of the Golden Gate Bridge. According to the Bridge District, Getty took a photo of the bridge from an “illegal angle.” This led to him getting a cease and desist order and he’s threatened with prosecution if he shoots near the same area […] The post Bridge District threathens photographer after noticing he shot the Golden Gate Bridge from an “illegal angle” appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Lawsuit, News, Illegal, Getty, Golden Gate Bridge, Bay Area, Bruce Getty, Illegal Photography, Golden Gate Bridge According, The post Bridge District