It’s November, and despite climate change, the Bay Area still kind of has winters. Well, at least by California standards. San Francisco is being spared the worst chills from the cold front. We’re only dropping down to 43 degrees this week at our lowest. Still cold, but not freezing. The
Sunday night’s earthquake was unremarkable by California standards. For some, the M2.9 tremor was their very first seismic experience. A burp of the notorious Hayward Fault, it struck near the mouth of the Caldecott Tunnel directly beneath Highway 24, where it dams Lake Temescal. North Oakland’s Rockridge and Piedmont neighborhoods,
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Wes Craven’s 1996 slasher flick Scream was filmed mostly in Sonoma County. But where it wasn’t filmed makes for one of the most unusual stories in Bay Area horror film lore. And this true story led to the blacklisting of Santa Rosa as a film location that still stands today.
The raging fire in the North Bay has destroyed at least 80 residences since it began Sunday near St. Helena. The burn zone has since stretched across more than 42,000 acres in Napa and Solano counties, both areas already weary and damaged by fire seasons only increasing in intensity and