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  • Monster Mash: Germany to return paintings to Holland; world's longest sea bridge opens in China

     
    Germany to return paintings to Holland...
  • Seismic retrofit stalled on ramps to Queensway Bay Bridge in Long Beach

     
    Work has been stopped for four months on a critical structural retrofit project of ramps leading to a bridge in Long Beach, and there is no sign when it will resume. The retrofit of the two ramps on the southbound......
  • Small earthquake hits Orange County

     
    A small earthquake was reported Wednesday afternoon in Costa Mesa. The 2.2 temblor occurred about two miles northwest of central Costa Mesa and about two miles southeast of Fountain Valley (that's about 32 miles south of downtown Los Angeles). According.....
  • Bay Bridge drama involved suicidal man who claimed to have explosives; daughter was with him

     
    Authorities said a man clogged the morning Bay Area commute by coming to a stop on the Bay Bridge, claiming to have explosives. The standoff began about 7 a.m. and shut down all westbound traffic traveling into San Francisco on......
  • Delicious Deals: 20 cheaps eats for less than $20 in San Francisco

     
    Cheap eats? In San Francisco? That's gotta be a joke, right? Actually, our colleagues in Travel have scoped out just such a thing: 20 cheap eats for less than $20 in San Francisco. Among them: Hit the Ferry Building Marketplace......
  • Oakland residents prepare for verdict in racially charged police shooting

     
    Oakland residents prepared for a verdict in the Johannes Mehserle shooting trial Tuesday with a mixture of apprehension and hope that the city’s historically disempowered youth would express themselves peacefully. With the case now in the hands of the...
  • Get your caffeine on in the West

    Get your caffeine on in the West
    Do you get your buzz from a big mug of java or a shot of espresso? Maybe a soy hazelnut latte with honey or an icy frappé dripping with whipped cream and cinnamon? Or just a cuppa joe? How about your tea — black, white, green, yellow, red bush,...
  • San Francisco: Delancey Street Restaurant offers second chances

    San Francisco: Delancey Street Restaurant offers second chances
    As I ponder the most beautiful places I've visited in America, my head fills with visions of the rocky Maine coast in summer, when long days ease into evenings of buttery soft-shelled lobster and chilled white wine. My mind sees the Northwest in winter,...
  • Mistaken for the enemy

    Mistaken for the enemy
    By Ed Park "If you've never programmed a computer, you should," says Marcus Yarrow, the 17-year-old hacker protagonist of Cory Doctorow's young adult novel "Little Brother" (Tor: 384 pp., $17.95). "When you program a computer it does exactly what you...
  • Dave Eggers, newspaper publisher?

    Dave Eggers, newspaper publisher?
    Dave Eggers doesn't look like a newspaper baron. At 39, wearing a baseball cap and hiking boots, the author -- whose most recent project is the screenplay for "Where the Wild Things Are" -- appears more an older brother to the interns who work...
  • Loma Prieta earthquake was 20 years ago -- where were you?

     
    Twenty years ago two 50-foot sections of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge collapsed because of the Loma Prieta earthquake. That wasn't the only damage. Indeed, 63 people were killed, about 3,800 people were injured, and the 6.9 magnitude quake caused....