Month: July 2022

Travel: San Francisco’s Tastiest Neighborhood, North Beach

North Beach Garage: 735 Vallejo. Park your car here, whether you have one or not. If you’re on foot, take the elevator to the 5th floor of the lot, which offers the best free aerial view of North Beach, from…

Oakland airport restaurants are finally getting food and drink

Nearly five years ago, Oakland International Airport announced plans to open an assortment of exciting new restaurants for Bay Area travelers. But then the pandemic hit, air travel took a nosedive, and those plans were put on hold. Now, with…

Campuses have become a battleground against abortion

Birth control pills lie on a counter in Centerville, Maryland, U.S., July 6, 2022. [Photo/Agencies] US colleges have become the new battleground over access to abortion services as schools ask women to provide medication for abortions as abortion advocates resist…

How to Find Free Camping in California’s National Forests

It can be difficult to reserve a campsite at the last minute. In most cases, you’ll need to book months in advance, and last-minute planners might find themselves with limited options. A solution for the adventurer in you: explore free,…

Mas Kaos on Tennyson Shutters a year after the death of owner Patrick Mangold White

On July 7, 2021, Denver restaurateur Patrick Mangold-White, 53, died after being hit by a tree while on a fishing trip near Philipsburg, Montana. Owner of Kaos Pizzeria, Uno Mas and Bird on South Pearl Street in the Platt Park…

NJ Cardiologist Who Distributed Thousands Of Oxy Pills Is Jailed

A 60-year-old Somerset County cardiologist has been sentenced to two and a half years in prison for illegally prescribing thousands of oxycodone pills, US Attorney Philip Sellinger has announced. Raymond Catania, of Warren, previously pleaded guilty in federal court in…

Gaining momentum elsewhere, rent stabilization policies have yet to catch on in Monterey County. | Cover collections

Editor’s note The Founding Fathers Reportedly Had a Debate While Drafting the Declaration of Independence whether to use the phrase “pursuit of property” or “pursuit of happiness.” They stopped at the latter, but perhaps really meant the former, an ideal…

Want to vote on raising the minimum wage in California? Judge says not before 2024

By Jeanne Kuang, CalMatters Californians still won’t get a chance to vote on a minimum wage hike in November, after a judge ruled late in the day that the campaign was responsible for missing a key deadline to get the…

Free Summer Activities in Henderson County for Families or Adults

Free Summer Activities in Henderson County for Families or Adults New Sports Entertainment Way of life Opinion Best of Blue Ridge USA TODAY Obituary Electronic publishing With the the high cost of living, having fun can be expensive. Fortunately, Henderson…

Rumor of the Sierra Nevada dining hall closing? Weird power outages?

Today’s batch of burning questions, my smart answers, and the real deal: Question: I heard that Sierra Nevada was about to close or drastically downsize their restaurant/restaurant and focus solely on brewing beer. It seems like that’s not big enough…

Those giant statues of a dog and a cat on Alcatraz Avenue? We have the story

Free Oakland news, written by Oaklanders, delivered straight to your inbox three times a week. Your support feeds our press room! Thank you for supporting The Oaklandside and being part of our community. A donation to The Oaklandside goes beyond…

City Council Selects New City Manager – Outlook Pasadena

First published in the July 14 print issue of Pasadena Outlook. The Pasadena City Council has announced the selection of former judge Miguel Márquez to become Pasadena’s next city manager. Márquez officially begins his term in August.Márquez is currently Chief…

A language of its own

Lithuanian musician Simona Smirnova is on her fourth visit to New Zealand, but her first to Dunedin this month. Rebecca Fox talks to the musician known for her love of the traditional Lithuanian folk zither, the kankles. From an idyllic…

How Stagecraft Yacht Experiences are a New Means of Entertainment – Robb Report

For the latest craze that’s keeping yacht owners on the edge of their helm seats, consider a trick that even world-renowned illusionist David Copperfield would find difficult: instantly transporting a superyacht 1,000 feet under the sea, allowing guests to experience…

Michael Pollan discusses “This is Your Mind on Plants” among this week’s author events – Marin Independent Journal

Book events Passage of the book: 51 Tamal Vista Boulevard, Corte Madera; 415-927-0960; bookpassage.com. July 26: “Sex and the Single Woman” panel with Kate Crawford, Tawny Lara, Vanessa Friedman, Samantha Allen and moderator Eliza Smith. 5:30 p.m. online; July 28:…

Alda Sencindiver | News, Sports, Jobs

Alda Hays Sencindiver, 94, died Thursday, July 14, 2022 at Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown. Born March 27, 1928 in Berkeley County, she was the daughter of the late Oscar L. Hays and Gratta C. Markle…

US Takes Urgent Action to Save Redwoods From Wildfires

LOS ANGELES — The U.S. Forest Service said Friday it is taking urgent action to save giant sequoias by accelerating projects that could start in weeks to clear undergrowth to protect the world’s tallest trees from the growing threat of…

January 6 followed years of political violence. The committee should also investigate left-wing violence

There is a lingering infamy to January 6, and rightly so. Yet the mob madness is not unique to Trump and his “Stop the Steal” supporters. Trump’s “coup in search of a legal theory,” as President Bennie Thompson called it…

Denver’s The Ginger Pig brings Asian street food to Boulder

The Ginger Pig returns home. Aaron Ontiveroz, The Denver Post Chef and owner Natascha Hess sits for a portrait at Ginger Pig on Thursday, March 24, 2022. Hockey player-turned-lawyer-turned-chef Natascha Hess opened Asian street food truck The Ginger Pig in…

Outer Sunset loses a number of restaurants, including the beloved Trouble Cafe

This is a curated list of the Bay Area’s most notable and permanent restaurant and bar closures, with new updates posted weekly. See a closure we missed? So write U.S. July 21 OAKLAND — On July 29, Taiwan Bento will…

Overseas Ed-Tech company wants to buy 2U. What could this mean for colleges?

What happens to online college programs if the company running them changes hands? It’s a question on the minds of higher education leaders as a foreign educational technology company tries to buy 2U. Byju’s, an India-based ed-tech giant, has put…

City Life Org – Guillermo Galindo’s remote will be played on the High Line July 26, 2022

Photo by Zen Cohen First public presentation of the composition, presented in conjunction with Sam Durant’s Plinth commission Untitled (drone) High Line Art announces two performances by the artist and the composer Guillermo Galindo‘s Remote Control by a New York-based…

Celebrate the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Open the audio article player By Personal | on July 20, 2022 By Touchmark at the Ranch The CAST 11 podcast network is sponsored by the Prescott Valley Outdoor Summit. Where adventure comes together. Today, we are fortunate enough to…

St. Louis Cardinals complete 2022 MLB Draft

ST. LOUIS, Missouri, July 19, 2022 – The St. Louis Cardinals have concluded their 2022 Major League Baseball Draft, selecting 20 players during the three-day event. The Cardinals selected 19 middle schoolers and one high school prep player. The players…

The best food trucks in Ocean and Monmouth County chosen by you

Something that has become very popular here in New Jersey is the food truck. People like variety and I believe the food truck provides variety and it’s a different style of dining that people appreciate, especially in good weather. The…

Best BBQ Restaurants in the Bay Area

Finally a top List of barbecues. Associate reviewer Cesar Hernandez and I have spent the past few months traversing the Bay Area, through woods and industrial parks and along coastal highways, dragging forks through slices of brisket barely held together…

In the name of progress

Just days after winning the Ernest Orlando Lawrence Award, the Department of Energy’s highest honor for mid-career scientists, Rachel Segalmanprofessor and chair of the department of chemical engineering at UC Santa Barbara, learned that she had received another great honor…

Free movie nights planned to end the summer | Journal-news

MARTINSBURG—After two years of not hosting free movie nights in Berkeley County due to COVID-19, events have returned, sharing Disney movies once a month with the community. The events are held through a partnership between Martinsburg-Berkeley County Parks and Recreation…

Where to Find the Best Indian Food in Berkeley, CA

Berkeley is a city with a lot to offer when it comes to food. The cultural diversity of the city means that there are a variety of cuisines to choose from. Indian cuisine is one of Berkeley’s most popular cuisines,…

What should California’s future look like? – Independent Marine Journal

When the Institute of Government Studies at the University of California at Berkeley conducted one of its periodic polls of California voters earlier this year, it found that only 36% of them thought the State “going in the right direction”,…

ROBERT PRICE: 70 years ago, a defining earthquake shook Kern and a former sheriff put it well | Robert Price

The image must have been indelible: two Bakersfield police officers, powdered from head to toe in a cascade of white dust, answering one frantic call after another, crooked desks, floors littered with paper and bits of plaster fallen down. Deputy…

Is Colorado Springs a paradise? | Bob Loevy | Content reserved for subscribers

The dictionary defines a “haven” as a place of safety or refuge. This is my assertion that Colorado Springs is a paradise, especially when compared to many other cities in the United States and around the world. It helps to…

Carly Rae Jepsen Collaborates With Lewis OfMan On New Song “Move Me”

Carly Rae Jepsen has teamed up with French singer and musician Lewis OfMan on a new song called “Move Me” – check it out below. The new track follows Jepsen’s recent single “Western Wind” and comes after the singer completed…

John Froines, chemist charged in ‘Chicago Seven’ lawsuit, dies at 83

A few months before the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, a call came for John Froines, an antiwar activist and Ph.D. Yale chemist. On the line was Tom Hayden, another member of the anti-establishment Students for a Democratic Society…

Beloved street musician and Berkeley resident ‘Mama West’ dies at 49

Latonya Smith playing the keyboard during a walk with Where Do We Go Berkeley in 2019. Credit: Yesica Prado Latonya Smith, known as “Mama West,” died July 4 in Alameda at age 49. She was a beloved and prominent figure…

Kreycik’s research revealed ‘the best of humanity’ | Around the Valley | Gina Channel Wilcox

While most think of a community as a group of people living in the same area, the community that came together last year to search for a missing runner transcended geographic boundaries. This community was built on shared values ​​of…

Tom Parrish named new Berkeley Rep general manager

Tom Parrish was named the new Berkeley Rep General Manager on July 14, 2022. Courtesy of Tom Parrish Ever since he performed magic shows as a child, Tom Parrish has always dreamed of a life in the theater. He was…

Revisiting the “African avant-garde jazz” of the pyramids, four decades later

In the early 1970s, when many jazz musicians looked directly to Africa for rhythm and inspiration, a group of students from Antioch College took it even further, creating music so overtly African you’d think she was straight out of Kenya…

Reviews | To fight book bans, support librarians

For the editor: Regarding “As parents call to ban books, librarians are seen as criminals” (front page, July 7): As a retired school librarian, I am appalled by the growing right-wing movement to ban and burn books. While not the…

In CNBC’s state-owned enterprise rankings, NJ isn’t last — but not good

TRENTON – New Jersey was ranked 42nd in the new CNBC ranking of best states for businesswith its highly ranked education system that doesn’t go so far in tackling failings in economy, business friendliness, and cost of living. That’s a…

Q&A: Houston-based interior designer offers advice to local homeowners

Berkeley Holley has been designing spaces for hotels, restaurants, bars and homes for over 10 years. His full-service interior design firm offers renovation, construction and furnishing services to clients looking to remodel their spaces. Holley & Co. Interior Design can…

U of M professor reflects on stunning new images from NASA telescope

The new images captured by the James Webb Space Telescope are the sharpest images of the early universe that have ever been taken. The photos show the farthest humanity has ever seen in time and distance. The first image was…

California Passes New Gun Laws After Supreme Court Ruling

SACRAMENTO— Less than a month after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled against restrictions on carrying guns in public in a substantial victory for 2nd Amendment advocates, California Governor Gavin Newsom has signed at least three major gun control measures to…

GAIA restaurant and ‘1 Hotel Mayfair’ announce openings in London

By Majella Taylor, New Openings Editor, H&C News: GAIA Restaurant and ‘1 Hotel Mayfair’ announce openings in London. Crosstree Real Estate Partners, the London-based private real estate investment firm, has announced the completion of a series of milestones at One…

Bay Area’s first Raising Cane opens this week

Tired of fried chicken? I did not mean it. What is widely hailed as the crispiest, swoon-worthy fried chicken fingers in the country is making its Bay Area debut this week. Raising Cane’s, the Louisiana-based chicken chain — yes, the…

Eight things to know about the climate-focused philanthropy of a legendary British investor

In January 2019, British investor Jeremy Grantham — who has made a name for himself predict market disaster – and his wife Hannelore publicly engaged 98% of their approximately $1 billion fortune to fund climate action. Three years later, it’s…

5 haunted castles, forts around the world with horrifying stories

Last update: July 10, 2022, 2:07 p.m. EST The dungeons of Chillingham Castle are filled with the tortured stories of prisoners. Here is the list of some of the haunted castles and forts around the world. In fairy tales, we…

Serious injuries after driver hits elderly couple at Berkeley crosswalk

July 102022, 00:27Today at 00:45 A driver crashed into an elderly couple in a Berkeley crosswalk, causing serious injuries, July 9, 2022. Credit: Emilie Raguso An older married couple were rushed to Highland Hospital with serious injuries on Saturday night…

Five chic new paint companies popular with the British middle class

As for the palette, rather than going for a huge range, it is an edited collection, inspired in part by Gosling’s collection of antique Aubusson rugs, with which he wanted to furnish the chateau. “I looked around at paints offered…

The Readers’ Forum: Saturday Letters | Letters

Go green My concerns about going green are that there are a lot of questions that need to be answered. What is the status of planes when they turn green? Aircraft and military vehicles? Millions of wind turbines will be…

22 fun things to do this week (7.11.22)

Grab a light jacket and get outside – these are the best things to do this week around the Bay Area. Don’t put your red, white and blue aside just yet! This week, there are several ways to celebrate another…

Cocktails topped with popsicles are coming to Oakland, along with 8 more new East Bay restaurants

Persian pastries. The hot dogs. Asian fusion tacos. New restaurants that debuted in late May and June in the East Bay serve all that and more. Diners have a full range of options from an exciting new cocktail bar in…

Obituary: Meredith McGovney Kaplan | The Claremont COURIER

Longtime National Park Service superintendent, hiker, volunteer Longtime Claremont resident Meredith McGovney Kaplan died June 28 at her Oakland home, surrounded by family, after an uphill battle with multiple system atrophy, a degenerative disease. An avid hiker who loved the…

Despite challenges, Yakima’s home market is still strong

Are you looking for a new place to live in Yakima? The Yakima real estate market is still seeing many buyers and sellers despite rising mortgage rates. Cory Bemis, owner of John L. Scott Real Estate of Yakima, states that…

Is the risk of contracting COVID outdoors increasing?

Hello, Bay Area. It’s Thursday, July 7, and Napa County says reports of an IPA Voodoo Ranger water park coming to Wine Country appear to be a publicity stunt. Here’s what you need to know to start your day. The…

Research physicist in Berkeley, CA for Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Details Job : 06-Jul-22 Location: Berkeley, California Preferred education: 4 year diploma Categories: Physics: applied Sector: Private sector Work function: To research Research scientist in physics – 96055 Division: AA-Accelerator Tech-Applied Phys Lawrence Berkeley National Lab (LBNL) Accelerator Technology and…

How cities are cutting meat consumption to help meet climate goals

Meat and dairy products account for nearly 15% of global greenhouse gas emissions, and Americans eat more meat per capita than any other country. The United States must reduce its meat consumption to meet its climate goals. Meat and dairy…

For these Black Bayview-Hunters Point residents, repairs include protecting against growing and toxic contamination

San Francisco Supervisor Shamann Walton, whose district includes Bayview-Hunters Point, requested a hearing on the jury report. But his office declined repeated interview requests. In an emailed statement, he said he was aware of the long-standing issue of radioactive contamination…

Top 15 Most Read Stories From The New Jersey Scene As Of June 26

NEW | FEATURES | PREVIEWS | EVENTS originally published: 07/03/2022 Here’s a look at the 15 most-read articles published at New Jersey Stage from June 26 to July 2, 2022. Each week, we publish about 70 articles, including several columns…

Here’s What Happened To KC’s BBQ After The Restaurant: Impossible

According to Food Network Gossip, the TV makeover took place in 2021. Since then, KC’s barbecue has remained in business and received decent reviews on review sites. It looks like the episode brought in some people, and some of them…

Charlie Reiter earns lopsided victory in California State Amateur Golf Championship

Palm Desert’s Charlie Reiter took a huge lead in the morning 18 holes and took a 5 and 4 win to win the 111th California State Amateur golf championship on Saturday. Reiter, a former Palm Desert High School star who…

Company special edition short Canadian visitors | News, Sports, Jobs

Saranac Lake Village’s beautiful beach on River Street was lost to the widening of River Street and the state clung to this piece (where the National Guard Armory was located) for a site of launching. Many efforts…

Details released on Big Drug, theft of stolen goods near Mesa

Property Near Mesa Searched, Person Arrested (FCSO)Property Near Mesa Searched, Person Arrested (FCSO) We told you earlier this week about a large “raid” by the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office on a location near Mesa where a number of items were…

Salinas High football player commits to Cal Berkeley

Salinas High School wide receiver Nyziah Hunter has committed to Cal Berkeley. Hunter was a star player on the Cowboys offense in 2021. He had 648 receiving yards along with 8 receiving touchdowns and 4 extra rushing touchdowns. Hunter earned…