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Although Private Student Loan Forgiveness Does Not Exist, Consider the Following Alternatives from PaydayNow

Private loans often have higher interest rates and fewer repayment plans and hardship choices than government loans. If you’re struggling to pay off your college debt, you may be asking about private student loan forgiveness. Regrettably, private loans are ineligible…

A look at datasScience at UC Berkeley

Data science: more than a buzzword When Foundations of Data Science, or Data 8, first launched in 2015, there were less than 100 students in the class. Today, more than 1,600 students are enrolled in what has become a staple…

Maryland today | 6 Honored as Medalist, Finalists

The honoree takes part in the Commencement procession, a role that will go Friday to Alythia Vo, a major in biological sciences with minors in Asian American studies and Spanish language, culture and professional contexts. The daughter of immigrants, Vo…

Hungry Planet is taking over the world of plant-based meat

Early mass-market attempts at plant-based meats—those mealy, easy-to-burn Gardenburgers and oddly floppy, cartoonish Morningstar Bacon Strips come quickly to mind—keep meat eaters still scoffing. of their vegetarian friends. Credit: Courtesy “These were made for vegetarians,” says Jody Boyman, co-founder of…

The Muwekma Ohlone tribe wants federal recognition. A new group of Stanford students supports their efforts.

Justice for Muwekma, a new student activist group from Stanford, supports the Muwekma Ohlone Tribe in their efforts to achieve federal government recognition. Here’s a look at the tribe, their fight for federal recognition, and the Stanford students working to…

Use of headphones by NJ teenager and young adult during COVID causing hearing loss

According to the New Jersey Speech-Language-Hearing Association, a World Health Organization study estimated that more than one billion adolescents and young adults worldwide are at risk of hearing loss due to chronic exposure to high noise levels. And once hearing…

Sourdough & Co. brings fresh sourdough to Berkeley

Turning left off busy Telegraph Avenue onto Haste Street, an attractive glass door opens into a brand new restaurant located between two student apartment buildings, Enclave Apartments and Maximino Martinez Commons. “Welcome to Sourdough,” said a woman in a red…

Rent prices in college towns across the country are skyrocketing – CBS Miami

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The school year is coming to an end for students across the country. Millions of people faced high housing costs last year and prices will only rise, especially for those living off campus. College senior Jennifer Lopez…

Pioneer Napa Valley winemaker Jack Cakebread dies at 92

Jack Cakebread, who along with his wife, Dolores, transformed a 22-acre cattle ranch in Rutherford, Calif., into one of Napa Valley’s premier wineries, helping propel the once-obscure region to the world celebrity of viticulture, died on April 26 in Napa….

AMERICAN MU$CLE world premiere at the New York Theater Festival

Award-winning playwright Fred Gordon’s new play, AMERICAN MU$CLE, will have its world premiere at the New York Theater Festival in June. Opening night is scheduled for Monday, June 13 at 9 p.m. at Teatro Latea on the Lower East Side….

NJ woman neglected elderly person, causing heat stroke, AG says

MARLBORO TWP. – A disabled elderly person suffered heatstroke and second-degree burns to his legs, chest and arms after being left outside in the hot sun on July 4, 2019, and the resident’s female caregiver now faces charges. A statement…

The Bateau Ivre celebrates its 50th anniversary in Berkeley

Le Bateau Ivre has been serving diners for 50 years from its perch on the Telegraph. Credit: Le Bateau Ivre/Facebook The drunken Boat2629 Telegraph Avenue (near Carleton Street), BerkeleyThursday-Friday: 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.Saturday: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.Sunday: 10…

“More an experience than a meal” – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News

Dining at MÄS, Ashland’s latest dining sensation, is a culinary adventure Josh Dorack started MÄS five years ago as a pop-up restaurant in Ashland. [Photo by Lindsey Bolling] MÄS chef Josh Dorcak tops raw bluefin tuna with roe. “The experimental…

Positive action on the block

Following the announcement of the U.S. Supreme Court’s draft opinion seeking to strike down Roe v. Wade, that would upend fifty years of precedent, it seems that racially conscious affirmative action could be next in line. “This is a court…

Despite a record budget surplus, California is unlikely to fix massive backlogs in wage theft claims anytime soon

The number of Californians directly affected by long wait times could be much higher, as multiple employees often jointly file a claim against an employer. The delays, which have worsened during the pandemic, can make it harder for workers to…

NJ gas prices will drop Friday at these gas stations

Gasoline prices keep rising, but many gas stations across the Garden State will be offering motorists big discounts at the pumps on Friday. As part of an effort to change state law and allow self-serve gasoline, Sal Risalvato, executive director…

KL University establishes new KL Global Business School in Hyderabad

KLH Global Business School offers programs such as Global MBA, Executive MBA, Management Development Programs, Leadership Development Programs. Reputed University of KL (Source: Official Site) NEW DELHI: KL Deemed-to-be University inaugurated KLH Global Business School on May 6th. Situated amid…

Bike to the Moon Week Launches Fitness and Sustainability for Schools BUSD

Students, families and teachers from school districts in Alameda County are preparing to collectively travel 286,900 miles this week, their goal of reaching the distance to the moon using alternative modes of transportation. Alameda County’s Safe Routes to Schools program,…

Mainers can hang out with giant trolls hiding in the woods for free

The Coastal Botanical Gardens of Maine looks like an amazing place for a day trip, if not only for the gigantic wooden troll sculptures! It’s called the “Guardian of the Seeds” exhibit and it’s really awesome. According to MaineGardens.org, these…

Everything you need to know about the Bay’s Night Markets

Photo by Mogli Maureal, courtesy of UNDSCVRD Navigating through Asia’s night markets is a must for any traveler and food lover. Each stall usually specializes in a specific dish, so it’s easy to hop from stall to stall in an…

Chula uses “speedboat strategy” to drive innovations for society

BANGKOK, May 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — To celebrate the university’s 105th anniversary, President Chula announced the success of the “Speedboat Strategy” to steer Chula through an unstable world to drive social innovations, focusing on being a research university that teaches,…

Conn or Jackson Lewis: who is responsible for the faculty will clause?

During the lecture The college voice article surrounding the recent realization of bad faith or administrative negligence regarding tenure-track faculty contracts over the past few years, I came across the name Jackson Lewis. This “union-busting” law firm asked me about…

Arts Beat: Historic and hysterical musical stops in Hartford before Broadway

“Kiss my Aztec!” » The new musical with book from comedy legend John Leguizamo and acclaimed director Tony Taccone, hits the Hartford stage June 1-26, en route to Broadway. Benjamin Valez and David Kamp provide music and lyrics; Taccone will…

Schedule theoretically useless computer courses

When it comes to schools with the best computer science programs, the University of Chicago is not among the first universities that come to mind. Indeed, UChicago ranks 28th in the country for computing. While not terrible, such a low…

LA mayoral race: Ballots begin to arrive in the mail

Outside the Los Angeles Sentinel offices last week, black religious leaders in South Los Angeles and U.S. Representative James Clyburn (DS.C.) took turns proclaiming their support for Rep. Karen Bass in her run for the town hall. “The faith community…

Maybourne Beverly Hills: The sleek new hotel with an A-list following | Travel

For someone who never normally smokes or drinks whiskey, I do well to pretend to be a connoisseur of Cuban cigarillos in a Beverly Hills speakeasy on a balmy Friday night. It’s easy to pretend in this city in a…

Restaurant to offer free food to Malaysian athletes during Birmingham 2022

You viewed more than 50 articles in the last 12 months. Keep Olympic News Free Support insidethegames.biz for just £10 For nearly 15 years now, insidethegames.biz has been at the forefront of fearless reporting on what’s happening in the Olympic…

Business Briefs – Lake County Record-Bee

Facebook parent company Meta announces plans to slow down hiring Meta said Thursday it was cutting back on hiring. The move is one of many changes Facebook’s parent company is making after a period of slower-than-usual growth. “We regularly reassess…

May 10 primary election | Journal-news

Deborah E. Hammond – The Falling Waters Former Berkeley County Administrator May 10 is primary election day for the 2022 election cycle. Early voting for this election will begin on Wednesday, April 27. The only early voting location for the…

After Morristown, NJ sexual assault trail, 2 young men arrested

MORRISTOWN – Two young men have been arrested after the reported sexual assault and attempted robbery along a Morris County trail on Tuesday. Morris County District Attorney Robert Carroll announced that 18-year-old Lizandro Osorio-Mejia has been charged with two counts…

New book argues for narrower definition of academic freedom

Michael Bérubé and Jennifer Ruth believe in academic freedom, but not in the way we hear it in 2022, with social media spewing hate (amongst other things) and colleges employing many adjuncts, usually without job security which is part of…

David Tanis returns to the restaurant kitchen

Chef David Tanis runs the kitchen at Lulu, a restaurant at UCLA’s Hammer Museum in Los Angeles. Lulu was founded by Alice Waters, Tanis’ longtime collaborator at the legendary Chez Panisse in Berkeley. After spending the last decade writing and…

Columbia College celebrates graduates at commencement ceremony | News

Kindergarten was the last time Sage Zuccaro had celebrated a graduation, until he walked across the stage Friday night as part of Columbia College’s Spring 2022 class. Zuccaro, of Sonora, moved to Tuolumne County from Florida near the end of…

Letter: Join us in supporting Cottrell | Opinion

Jeanne McCann Baswell, Stephanie Duff-Ericksen, Susan Leick, Joe McCrary, Joan Temple and Linda Williamson The next few years will be critical to the health of our Napa Valley. Water, fire, agriculture, land use and housing issues need to be addressed….

My 7 Favorite Stops on a Road Trip from Austin to El Paso

Surrounded by the leafy capital of Austin and the international border town of El Paso, a drive through West Texas not only includes two of Texas’ most distinctive cities, but also a host of cool little towns rich in history….

Caltrans cleared by appeals court to clear encampments near Berkeley

The California Department of Transportation, or Caltrans, is authorized to clean up homeless encampments along Interstate 80 near Berkeley without having to provide alternative housing, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday. The court case, which was originally…

Increase in thefts at 1851 Market and campus bookstore

By Rayana Petrone & Nico Manganiello – Digital editor and contributor 1851 The 1851 market items were moved behind Boomer’s grill for the remainder of the semester. Photo by Nico Manganiello The 1851 market and bookshop suffered an unprecedented number…

The nightmare has only just begun for homeowners affected by Denver’s water main break

DENVER — Sunday marked a week since a water main break flooded about 50 homes in the Berkeley neighborhood. With the water finally gone, the nightmare has only just begun for some homeowners. “It’s devastating,” Rose Gonzales said. “I haven’t…

Get out of town! : San Francisco and the Bay Area

View of the Pacific Ocean from Land’s End in San Francisco. (Photo by Lisa Paredes) For those of us who reside in Southern California, the lure of the cooler, wetter climes of San Francisco and the Bay Area has long…

University of California to Waive Tuition for Indigenous Students — But Not All | Native Americans

LLast week, the University of California announced that the higher education system would waive tuition and student services fees for California residents who are members of federally recognized tribes. The announcement delighted some California natives, who saw it as a…

Steve Catlett – A Remarkable Opportunity for Berkeley County | Journal-news

Bill and Jane Yearout Olathe, Kansas Like many of you, my wife and I are thrilled that Steve Catlett is running for Berkeley County Council. During the 19 years we lived there, Jane was active in a gardening club and…

The wealthy SF neighborhood seeks historic status. YIMBYs say it’s an effort to block housing

Despite overwhelming opposition from housing advocates, a state commission voted unanimously on Friday to recommend San Francisco’s St. Francis Wood neighborhood for historic designation — a move that could allow the wealthy neighborhood to escape state law intended to encourage…

This week’s DC trade sheet (April 4, 2022)

Courtesy of Urban Atlantic Le Margaux, a 291-unit development by Urban Atlantic in New Carrollton EagleBank is providing financing for an Amazon-backed transit-focused housing development, the lender announced Wednesday. Urban Atlantic’s Margaux received $54.25 million in construction financing from the…

Jack Sheedy: first files

1862 Captain John T. Hall, of this village (Barnstable), acting captain aboard the American barque Ethan Allen, arrived home last Wednesday evening looking in fine form after his nine-month cruise in the waters of the South. We learn that his…

Critics protest new UC Berkeley student apartments in People’s Park

Critics protest new student housing at UC Berkeley Protest targets plan to build more than 1,000 units in People’s Park near Cal campus as critics say student housing will displace homeless people living there and drive up the cost of…

UC Berkeley educates a relatively large number of low-income students

According to information from the United States Office of Post-Secondary Education, UC Berkeley educates a high number of low-income students compared to its student body, especially compared to other universities. In the 2020-2021 academic year, 26% of undergraduate students on…

What to do in London: Platinum Jubilee, Bridgerton events and more

London comes back to life. Heathrow Airport reports that March 2022 was its busiest month since the start of the pandemic, with passenger travel from North America in particular increasing by more than 60% compared to January 2022. The uptick…

Shortage of housing and soaring rents weigh on American students

BERKELEY, Calif. >> UC Berkeley sophomore Terrell Thompson slept in his car for nearly two weeks at the start of the school year last fall, living in a suitcase hidden in the trunk and sending Text messages to dozens of…

University enrollment ceilings: what you need to know | Education

Public colleges and universities were designed to meet the educational needs of those living in the state. To maintain this mission, some schools and states set enrollment caps or limit the number of out-of-state students who can be admitted each…

Millions of Americans own forest lands at high risk of wildfire. Protecting her is an arduous task.

The work of foresters like Pettigrew is funded by a mix of federal and state money, with state forestry agencies matching funding from the US Forest Service. But he is one of only two stewardship foresters in Klamath County, covering…

San Francisco tourist sues Marriott after hotel gave guest’s luggage to suspected criminal

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — ABC7 News’ I-Team is investigating what attorneys say is a loophole in the law that allows hotels statewide to avoid paying actual damages to guests. Imagine you booked a hotel, but the hotel accidentally gave all…

Top 5 Most Popular American Restaurants in Berkeley, CA | restaurant review

This list is based on feedback from previous customers. Unsplash We all appreciate a good place to eat. A restaurant is judged on the quality of its dishes and the excellence of its services. This article analyzed the best American…

End Zone for April 26 | Journal-news

Editor’s note: Please note that all announcements are published in the order received. Some entries may be edited depending on available space. All articles must be received by 4 p.m. on Sunday each week and can be submitted by email…

Kyle Mullen’s mom says the Navy let her son down during Hell Week

MANALAPAN — The mother of fallen Navy SEAL candidate Kyle Mullen has had to wait more than two months after her son’s sudden death during training. The 24-year-old Manalapan native died in early February, just hours after completing the grueling…

New opportunities for education | eKathimerini.com

The University of Athens was among the first to launch a course in English. [InTime News] We recently read that Greek universities plan to introduce more than 200 undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate programs in English, seeking funding from the EU-supported…

A family with deep Berkeley roots

Sherry, Al, Ann and Steve Wasserman pose for a photo at Sherry’s home in Berkeley on April 7, 2022. Credit: Kelly Sullivan One morning in May 1969, a student at Berkeley High School left class and walked to Sproul Plaza…

W.Va. House of Delegates – District 93: Zondria “Z” Lansdowne |

Zondria “Z” Lansdowne Democrat 51 years from Martinsburg Occupation: association director Family: Married for over 30 years with 13 children and 10 grandchildren How long have you lived in the area: since 2010 Relevant experience serving the community: Operate a…

Buckner in the running for the Clyburn seat

by Melissa McCoy Colleton County native Dwayne “Duke” Buckner is officially running as a Republican for the 6th congressional district against incumbent and longtime politician James Clyburn (D-Orangeburg). Buckner is an attorney who has practiced law for 10 years at…

Ticks hide in the forests and beaches of northern California. Here’s what you need to know

“Right now would be the time of year when you might be most at risk of having one of these human biters on your clothes,” said Bob Lane, professor emeritus of medical entomology at UC. Berkeley, who studied ticks in…

Tourism continues to grow throughout the Eastern Panhandle | Journal-news

As the Eastern Panhandle appears to be emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic, one industry that continues to remain healthy in Jefferson and Berkeley counties is tourism. Whether it’s the public’s desire to be outdoors, enjoy nature, or perhaps the Panhandle’s…

Oakland considering mask mandate for 1,000-person indoor events

An Oakland council member will introduce an ordinance next month that requires people to wear masks at large indoor gatherings of 1,000 or more people. The ordinance will remove the city’s current requirement that people show proof of a vaccine…

Artist loft demands Wall Street salary in Soho – DIRT

In the mid-19th century, New York’s Soho district was a thriving theater and shopping district with high-end hotels and luxury department stores. But by the turn of the 20th century, it had become a brownfield of warehouses and sweatshops. The…

College towns impact big decision – Scot Scoop News

As the seniors begin their farewells to their childhood home, they are also about to open a new chapter in their lives. However, there are some tough decisions to make first. After all, they will call this new city their…

Home video tour: Storybook cottage with architectural pedigree in Oakland Hills asks for $1.5 million

Architect William Raymond (WR) Yelland may have worked primarily in the East Bay, but his stay and fascination with France – from his service there in World War I to vacations in Marseilles – influenced so much his work that…

Financial links with American universities: the Beijing agenda

A new report reveals China’s contracts with US universities worth more than $100 million. A lawmaker sees it as part of Beijing’s plan to overtake the United States. Taiwan is pushing to become a member of the US Indo-Pacific Economic…

Sleek kiosks could be coming to Oakland’s business districts

The way Oakland allows businesses to advertise on city sidewalks may soon change. Historically, Clear Channel Outdoor has made a deal to advertise on bus shelters and use a portion of the revenue to maintain the structures. But the city…

Corrections: April 20, 2022 – The New York Times

NATIONAL Due to an editing error, an article published Tuesday about retracted or disputed studies related to Cassava Sciences’ Alzheimer’s drug misrepresented the employment status of Dr. David Bredt. He is no longer with MPM Capital. A Tuesday post about…

Earth Day Weekend Cleanup Planned at Montclair Park

Happy Earth Day! This coming April 22 is a day we can all take a step back as we celebrate the mother of all planets – Mother Earth. Years ago, I wrote about a neighbor’s plan to pick up four…

Will the University of California lose its tax status, its impartiality? | Editorial

Quietly, University of California faculty have been planning for nearly six months to jeopardize the institution’s tax-exempt status and its long-standing impeccable credentials as an unbiased source of reliable information. This isn’t the first time UC has seriously considered an…

Cut at Claridge’s – Independent.ie

It was the perfect mission – a drink on the terrace at Claridge’s, a short walk to dinner at the Connaught Hotel, a nightcap at the Blue Bar at the Berkeley and an upstairs room with a view of the…

Best of Berkeley: The City 2022

Best Cinema: Flagship Cinemas Shattuck Cinemas (Nick Quinlan/staff) Each movie theater in Berkeley has a distinct character. One is attached to a museum; another is a quaint establishment in Elmwood; one more is perhaps Berkeley’s closest thing to a multiplex….

Why income inequality should be part of the LA crime debate

I’m sure you’ve heard of it before. The 17 gangs, mostly from South Los Angeles, who the Los Angeles Police Department says sent teams to target and rob wealthy Angelenos, following them to upscale hotels, restaurants and clubs, ripping off…

Thursday morning news roundup

Candidates in the various San Mateo County elections will discuss issues affecting their communities in a series of forums beginning next Wednesday. The forums are hosted by Thrive, the county’s nonprofit alliance group, in partnership with other nonprofits. Forums are…

Oakland Locale Korean Fried Chicken Chain Plans

OAKLAND, Calif. — Bonchon, a global chain known for its “crispy-aloud” Korean-style chicken, plans to open its third restaurant in December 2022 in Oakland. The franchise owner is Harry Johnson Jr., and the site selection process is underway, according to…

AcademicInfluence.com ranks the best colleges and universities in the world and the United States for 2022

PR Newswire FORT WORTH, Texas, April 13, 2022 FORT WORTH, TX, April 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — What are the best universities and colleges today? For 2022, AcademicInfluence.com announces its Best Universities Rankings, featuring both the world’s leading higher education institutions…

The Melvins Book 2022 ‘Electric Roach’ Tour Dates

With two albums released in the last year, the Melvins are back on their touring legs for 2022 and, while currently wrapping up a sold-out tour with Ministry, they have now booked their first headlining tour since 2019. “It’s nice…

3 local artists explain why Oakland is special to them

Just over two weeks ago, our newsroom hosted the first episode of a new quarterly live event series, Culture Makers, where we celebrate local creatives through dialogue, multimedia and performance. live. The inaugural event took place at the New Parkway…

How can today’s youth make the Earth a better place?

It is an undisputed truth that the youth population in any region plays a vital role in dictating the direction their country takes and the priorities it promotes. According to UNFPA projections, India has (and will continue to have) the…

“It’s not charity, it’s justice”

It was a beautiful day for Sunday in the park so I made it almost to the top of Bernal Hill. There were children up there, families and dogs in the glorious sunshine. The city and the bay lay below,…

Residents are shocked to find a water fern completely covering Lake Anza in Tilden Regional Park

The fast-growing fern completely covers Lake Anza to the shock of several East Bay residents People hoping to cool off or enjoy the scenery of Lake Anza in Tilden Regional Park were shocked to find it covered with some kind…

San Francisco’s Arinell Pizzeria at risk of closing

After 33 years on Valencia Street in San Francisco, New York-style pizzeria Arinell Pizza is in danger of closing its doors. “We will be closing soon if we don’t get an increase in business,” owner Ron Demirdjian said. “The pandemic,…

Top 4 Non-Touristy Places to Visit in Los Angeles

After spending spring break at home in sunny Los Angeles, I’ve compiled a list of must-see places to take my college friends when they come to visit. From beaches to hikes to restaurants and cafes, here are four non-touristy spots…

Claridge owner removes online admins over stake value

Claridge’s, one of Britain’s most luxurious hotels, faces a new tussle between its owners, seven years after a Qatari royal teamed up with an Irish property developer to gain control of its parent group . Constellation Hotels, ultimately owned by…

The Afro-Latin prism on education

Graduate school seemed like the only option for me once I graduated from high school – I’m sure I expected to do more than just work a 9 to 5 job for minimum wage. With all due respect to Mickey…

Powerful heat-trapping methane is rising at a record rate

Global atmospheric levels of methane, a potent but short-lived greenhouse gas, rose by a record amount last year, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said Thursday, worrying scientists because of the role importance of methane in climate change. The preliminary…

Where to Find Passover Meals in Oakland and Berkeley

Pomella’s “everything but the plate” seder plate. 1 credit The guest list is set. The perfect seder plate selected. And the perfect wine – kosher, palatable – was selected. But what about dinner? For those of you who don’t have…

Why underutilized hotels and motels could be the fastest route to reducing the affordable housing deficit in Los Angeles

Start your day with LAist Sign up for the Morning Brief, delivered on weekdays. A new report Examination of strategies to reverse the critical housing shortage in Los Angeles found that repurposing commercial buildings, such as hotels, motels and vacant…

Mensho Ramen Crew Opens East Bay’s First Restaurant, Along With 7 Other Mouthwatering Openings Across The Area

Welcome to the second episode of New in the East Bay, a monthly overview of the latest restaurant and bar openings this side of the Bay Bridge. The area has seen plenty of action, with several new places for intensely…

Amnesty India chairman Aakar Patel stopped at Bengaluru airport on his way to the US

Amnesty International India Chairman Aakar Patel said on Wednesday that he was prevented from traveling to the United States by immigration authorities at Bengaluru International Airport on the basis of a circular from surveillance issued by the CBI in connection…

John Mulaney adds new dates to his ‘From Scratch’ tour

The post office John Mulaney adds new dates to his ‘From Scratch’ tour appeared first on Result. John Mulaney has once again expanded its “From Scratch” stand-up comedy tour with the addition of 13 new dates. Specifically, the newly announced…

FinTech startup EvoShare now offers cryptocurrency as a savings destination for cashback

EvoShare’s revolutionary cashback program automatically contributes to a member’s choice of financial destination. Cryptocurrencies are now joining existing financial destinations such as IRAs, emergency savings accounts, HSAs, 529 College savings plans, and payments on student loans or mortgage accounts. BERKELEY,…

The UC system will adopt a tuition stability plan, regarding ASUC officials

In the upcoming fall semester, there will be a UC system-wide shift to the Tuition Stability Plan for new undergraduates. The plan was approved by UC’s board of trustees in July 2021 and will be in effect for the next…

Mijoté, a French-style bistro by world-renowned chef Kosuke Tada, opens April 10 at The Mission

San Francisco’s new French-style bistro Mijoté announced its opening date and released reservations on Friday, with plans to open April 10. Chef Kosuke Tada announced the takeover of the former Sasaki space in the Mission last month, and since then…

What to know about the Sacramento shooting

Six people were killed and at least a dozen injured in downtown Sacramento on Sunday in what authorities say was the largest mass shooting in the city’s history. The tragedy comes about a month after another shooting in the Sacramento…

8 Interior Designers Creating Today’s Most Extravagant Yacht Cabins – Robb Report

famous architects and decorators known for their land-based projects are increasingly taking to the water, where they’re proving they’re anything but “at sea.” Armed with high-level yacht orders, these designers are throwing overboard the cookie-cutter layouts and tired aesthetic tropes…

Latin Dance Class in Portsmouth, NH Benefits Ukrainian Refugees

flure dance is a relatively new Latin dance company that was started 4 years ago with the hope of promoting Latin dance in the Seacoast area. Fluere (Latin for Flow) is intended to encourage full enjoyment and immersion in the…

San Bruno Considers Property Transfer Tax Ballot Measure | Local News

San Bruno residents will likely be asked to vote on a new tax in November, with a narrow majority of city council this week approving a property transfer fee to boost city revenue. Details will be worked out next month,…

Top 5 Worst Places to Live in New York State

New York State is one such state that has a reputation that is not guaranteed by other parts of the country. It’s so misinterpreted. When people think of New York, what do they imagine? They imagine New York first and…

Festival of Colors; Spring Festival ; SF Restaurant Week: NorCal Weekend

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA – Patch has hosted fun, interesting and entertaining events throughout Northern California – from the beaches of Santa Cruz, through South Bay, East Bay and the Peninsula, to the highest points of North Bay and Wine Country. Some…

Bill would require employers to pay minimum wage for tipped workers – The Legislative Gazette

Photos from the Legislative Gazette by Heather Viani On March 9, 2022, on the State Capitol’s Million Dollar Staircase, Yamila Ruiz and other members of the One Fair Wage Coalition are demanding an increase in the minimum wage for tipped…

NOTICE: California’s student housing crisis requires immediate action

The housing crisis at UC Berkeley is just the latest sign of a much larger problem, writes Yifei Cheng PO ’24. (Courtesy of Firstculture via Wikimedia Commons) Earlier this month, the University of California, Berkeley narrowly escaped a court-ordered suspension…

Most Californians support COVID vaccine requirements, poll finds

Most Californians still support COVID-19 restrictions, including requiring proof of vaccination at large outdoor gatherings or entering places like indoor restaurants and bars, new survey finds . Findings from the Public Policy Institute of California, based on a March 6-17…

California Repair Eligibility Unboxing

Hollis Gentry, genealogy specialist at the National Museum of African American History and Culture Library, said information is sometimes relatively quick to find, while other times it can take a very long time. Gentry began examining her own family history…

Student debt: 1,000 professors push Biden to cancel student loans

More than 1,000 faculty members from universities across the country have signed a letter stressing the importance for President Joe Biden to track and cancel student debt for those who borrowed through the federal system. The collective is urging the…

My Sister’s House sells its shelter and changes its strategy to house victims of violence | News

My Sister’s House, a Lowcountry nonprofit that helps victims of domestic abuse, is selling its North Charleston shelter property, focusing on programs that can provide women and their children with greater stability. The decision to decentralize its accommodation services, relying…

Rising gas cost prompts renewed discussion of ‘mystery supplement’ behind higher California prices – CBS San Francisco

BERKELEY (KPIX 5) – Californians currently pay about $1.70 more per gallon than the national average. As lawmakers discuss ways to help offset some of the rising costs, there is again talk of the “mystery surcharge” which is now seven…

Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College graduate programs rank 12th nationally

March 29, 2022 Homeland Security Master’s Program at Watts College Tied for First Place in the Nation Arizona State University has 13 graduate programs that rank in the top 10 nationally – including one that is ranked #1, according to…

Very cool! The FREE Homecoming Dress Giveaway in Ocean County, NJ

It’s prom season. Every girl dreams of going to the ball and feeling like Cinderella. This is the 14th annual prom dress pageant at the Ocean County Library. I remember when this was first brought up 14 years ago and…

Did the St. Louis County teenager’s height contribute to the Florida Armory’s death? | Law and order

Associated press ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Lawyers for the family of Tire Sampson, a rising college football player at St. Louis County, want to know if neglect of his height or other factors played a role when he was died…

Levin calls for putting $15 minimum wage on Michigan ballot

royal oak – U.S. Representative Andy Levin joined petitioners on Saturday calling for a ballot initiative that would raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour in Michigan. According to the proposal, by the Raise the Wage Michigan Ballot Committee,…

10 new trends to spot on staycation – from “hotels within hotels” to nature stays with pizza delivery

Want a breakfast basket delivered to your room? How about a pizza or a yoga class during your stay in the great outdoors? scouring the island to compile this year’s fab 50, our list of the best places to stay…

Longtime Berkeley bakery Vital Vittles to close after 46 years – NBC Bay Area

He’s another casualty of the pandemic in the Bay Area. After 46 years, Berkeley’s beloved bakery, Vital Vittles, is closing its doors. Berkeley resident Naomi Pearce stocked up on a dozen loaves of her favorite bread from Vital Vittles Bakery…

Meet Nathaniel Bice, the artist behind these tiny paintings of beloved San Francisco restaurants and bars

In July 2020, 24-year-old Nathaniel J. Bice sat in Harry Bridges Plaza across from the Ferry Building and painted a portrait of the San Francisco landmark, complete with Pride and California flags waving in the wind. Bice had cycled down…

COUNTERPOINT: Race Blind or Racism Blind? Colleges must respond |

I believe in affirmative action, but it’s not made for Clarence. That’s what Eminem taught us in his semi-autobiographical semi-autobiographical film “8 Mile” in 2002, when a poor white boy in Detroit, only a few miles from where I grew…

Judge Confirmed as 1st Latina on California Supreme Court – GV Wire

A San Diego appeals court judge, the daughter of Mexican immigrants, was confirmed Tuesday as the first Latina to serve on the California Supreme Court. Judge Patricia Guerrero was approved by a 3-0 vote of the Judicial Appointments Commission to…

New build over four levels along a private gated street in the heart of London’s Belgravia

List of the day Location: Belgravia, London Price: £17.5 million ($22.78 million) This unusual new build on a private gated street just off Hyde Park features four floors arranged around a central atrium with a 35ft ceiling, glass roof and…

How Colorado Restaurants and Breweries Support Ukraine

Mizuna executive chef Adam Samokishyn’s takeout pierogies raised money for World Central Kitchen this month. Photo courtesy of Mizuna Eat and drink From selling pierogi to brewing foam, local business owners are doing what they can to raise money for…

Obituary: Ewart Hadden “Butch” Thresh III

March 23, 1938 – December 7, 2021 Ewart Hadden Thresh III “Butch” passed away peacefully with his family by his side on December 7, 2021 at the age of 83. Butch was brave and felt it was important to share…

As gas prices soar, this Sonoma Valley High graduate is doubling down on biodiesel

Walking to his biofuel-powered 1981 Mercedes 300SD Turbo Diesel with two 20-gallon gas tanks, Joseph Silvi says the only downside of using alternative fuel is the smell of fried food that pokes his appetite. “One time I drove to my…

CATCH ME IF YOU CAN at Arena Stage

Christian Thompson (Frank Abagnale, Jr.) and the cast of Catch Me If You Can from March 4 to April 17 at Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater. Photo by Margot Schulman. From the moment the lights come…