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6/17/2011

TechShop, Maker Faire’s studious, career-minded counterpart, sprouted a second Bay Area branch, on Howard Street in February (it started in Menlo Park... More»

6/17/2011

Stem cell researchers used to walk a minefield. Because they needed human embryos for their work, they faced intense opposition from conservative groups,... More»

6/17/2011

It’s hard to miss Dockers’ Doug Conklyn as he walks down Battery Street in orange or cherry-red slim-fit khakis, a madras blazer, and cordovan... More»

6/17/2011

The ultimate connector finally has a project that puts her principles where her mouth is. This fall marks the nationwide opening of Connected,... More»

6/17/2011

Four years ago, Toody Maher, an artist, inventor, and entrepreneur living in Richmond, started a quiet revolution that’s about to hit the ground this... More»

6/16/2011

When Exploratorium board members Sako Fisher, Ravin Agrawal, and Akshata Murty saw a younger crowd pack the museum’s Science of Cocktails fundraiser... More»

6/16/2011

Area yoga enthusiasts—or at least those who like to downward dog by day and down beer by night—will pack up their mats and SIGG bottles and... More»

6/16/2011

East Coast transplants starved for a decent slice of pastrami, as well as folks who have simply wondered what their New York friends have been bitching... More»

6/16/2011

Watch out, Stanley, Jim, and Peter. Two young architects have emerged as the go-to team for anyone in San Francisco who is now—our track record to the... More»

6/16/2011

Brain-computer interactions, or BCI, is the new CGI—the technology that geeky creatives can’t wait to master. Niche leader NeuroSky,... More»

6/16/2011

The local indie-art crowd and wired-in DIYers have marked August 5 on their iCals, because that’s the opening date of Miranda July’s... More»

6/16/2011

Here’s a thought: Could Keith Olbermann, the fulminating former MSNBC host, rescue oh-so-nice Al Gore’s Current TV from left-of-the-dial... More»