When Sean Howard and Carolyn Michaud moved from Seattle to Walnut Creek three years ago, they found a new life and something even better. “I had a garage for the first time,” recalls Howard. “I went to Home Depot and bought a whole bunch of power tools. I built a …Read More »
Bay Area native Jon M. Chu, director of ‘Crazy Rich Asians,’ on new food role with Fremont-based ‘Weee’ grocery store
FREMONT, Calif. (KGO) — Bay Area-born Hollywood director Jon M. Chu’s hit films “Crazy Rich Asians” and “In the Heights” both featured a high-profile co-star , the food. But even observant fans who have noticed Chu’s love of food, family, and cultures might be surprised to learn of her brand …Read More »
On Easter weekend in mid-April, Sister Vish-Knew is expected to pose for photos under new street signs bearing her name. The co-founder of the international philanthropic drag nuns group, the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, is now one of three drag queen characters whose streets are named in their honor in …Read More »
New food delivery services in the Bay Area continue to launch. Can they compete with companies like DoorDash?
Bay Area diners have never had more options for ordering food at their favorite restaurant. These new companies are different from on-demand delivery apps like DoorDash and Grubhub, which deliver hot food to customers within miles of restaurants. They typically sell cold dishes, which customers buy a day or more …Read More »
[ad_1] San Jose wants to pay $ 113 million to convert four hotels into housing to help solve its homelessness crisis. Funding is expected to come from the state’s Project Homekey program, which subsidizes emergency housing managed by local governments and nonprofits. Applications opened on September 30 and individual funding …Read More »