BotheredByBees/flickrSan Francisco is a gold mine -- not for the precious metal, though. We're talking about honey. Since the 2007 media furor over mysterious honeybee deaths, when alarming numbers of North American honeybee colonies suffered colony collapse, urban beekeeping has taken off. ... More >>
In a city where plastic bags are semi-illegal, is a ban on selling cats, dogs and other mammals at pet stores so outrageous? Well, maybe, which is why the city's Animal Commission put off a final decision on just such a ban on Thursday night (Bay City News, via SF Appeal).
S.F. beekeepers hope a mysterious plague doesn't destroy their hives.