Beloved Bay Area burger institution Gott's Roadside (née Taylor's Automatic Refresher) opened its third location earlier this week. Located in Palo Alto's Town & Country Village, the new Gott's has a similar menu and atmosphere as its locations in St. Helena and San Francisco's Ferry Building. The ... More >>
On the hop-forward front, the ever-popular and growing Devil's Canyon Brewing Co. has moved operations to San Carlos after a dozen years in its Belmont digs. For now, the brewery continues to mainly sell its brews via restaurants and bars, aside from growler fills every Friday (4-6 p.m.) and an open ... More >>
This week's feature story, Swoosh Dreams, describes how the Oakland Soldiers became one of the best travel basketball teams in the country. The program's co-founder, Calvin Andrews, believes that the Soldiers' rise can be charted along three turning points. The first was when Izzy Washington, the ... More >>
Not above the law in SFSay what you want about District Attorney Kamala Harris -- the Attorney General candidate is a "different kind of prosecutor," according to a lengthy profile published in today's Los Angeles Times, and true to form, her office prosecutes different kinds of cases. And how. F ... More >>
Smile and the world smiles with you, TimWith college and professional football kicking off and baseball's pennant races rounding third, 'tis the season for sports junkies to never leave the couch. By the way, here are a few phone numbers for local divorce attorneys -- if, you know, this is a prob ... More >>
City College budget cuts complicate Hollywood ending for student bioengineers.
Joe EskenaziWho is man enough to wear this jersey?Jerry Seinfeld once noted that, due to rampant player turnover, sports fans are "basically rooting for clothing." If so, that's bad news for any would-be fans of the fledgling United Football League's California Redwoods (I christen them "Tree-Hug ... More >>
Academy of Arts new sports program is about spirit, marketing — and the chance to break even more rules.
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