Watch: San Francisco featured with Gotham look in new video
The Internet is full of time-lapse videos of California cities, so what’s so special about the latest San Francisco video from photographer Toby Harriman? For one thing, it was scored by a 14-year-old living in Britain. Secondly, Harriman shot the video on black and white film -- for years. The result is a dramatic, rather theatrical, video of San Francisco. City Lab
Here are other headlines from around the Golden State:
--Rep. Xavier Becerra seems closer to announcing whether he will run for the U.S. Senate. The Los Angeles-area Democrat recently made an appearance in San Diego. Sacramento Bee
--Most current California voters registered after the 2008 election. However, new statistics show 144,000 voters have remained on the rolls since 1974. Washington Post
--But those voters who do show up on Election Day aren’t really representative of California’s makeup. The state’s voters are whiter, older and wealthier than the typical Californian. KQED
--The face of Los Angeles County is changing. New demographic information shows there’s been a slowdown in immigration and migration from other states. The county also has an aging population. Daily News
--You’ve heard of the “glass ceiling,” but what about the “green ceiling?” Women say the marijuana industry is dominated by men, so now some female entrepreneurs are hosting Tupperware-style parties to show off their products. SF Gate
--She may have lost her gender discrimination case, but Ellen Pao is still a hero to some female tech employees. A group took out a full-page ad in the Palo Alto Daily Post to thank Pao for drawing attention to gender inequities in the finance and tech sectors. Business Insider
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