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Time to roll out the red carpet and get your tickets to the 2nd Black Media Appreciation Night sponsored by Block Report Radio and the San Francisco Bayview Newspaper.
Here, particularly in the city's rapidly gentrifying Mission District, their neighbors were dreading something else: the moment the "Burners" come home.
Hear hauntingly compelling accounts of what it was like to live and work on Alcatraz and 19 other reasons to go.
Saint Petersburg has long been a tourist favourite, but if this band of young Russian thrill-seekers is to be believed, the best way to see the country's imperial capital is by hopping roof to roof.
Critics have questioned why investigations have come after the relationship between the US and Russia soured over the crisis in Ukraine Oliver Poole is an award-winning Foreign Correspondent for the Evening Standard and Independent titles.
One of my favorite new trends in travel is the preponderance of free tours springing up nearly everywhere you want to go.
In the age of social media and endless technological entertainment, it's easy for classic traditions to fall by the wayside for more modern ways of having fun.
San Francisco Scooter Girls member Rhonda Price rides along Marina Boulevard during a group ride in San Francisco.
August is Black Business Month across America, but before September arrives, there is one more day of note involved in the 11th annual event, which encourages visiting at least one black business each day during August.
Whether or not you're traveling in spatial terms this holiday weekend, you can, right this very minute, travel in time.
On Saturday, September 13, New Belgium Brewing 's long-riding celebration of all things bicycle will be pedaling through Golden Gate Park 's Lindley Meadow in San Francisco.
Today, San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus Artistic Director, Dr. Timothy Seelig, announced the lineup for their 37th season, Journey.
After retiring as a pediatrician at 65, Bertram Koel returned to school to earn a master's degree in public health.
The team's recommendation to the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges had been kept confidential by the commission but was mistakenly disclosed by its own lawyers in court papers last week.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 01:05 am
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