The Titans of Mavericks’ committee gave a green light for the contest to happen on Friday. Subscribe to KSBW on YouTube now for more:http://bit.ly/1lOewHS Get more Monterey news: http://ksbw.com Like us:http://facebook.com/ksbw8 Follow us: http://twitter.com/ksbw Google+: https://plus.google.com/+ksbw Just 20 minutes south of San Francisco, and 1/2 mile offshore from Pillar Point Harbor, MAVERICKS rises from the […]
In his most extensive interview since recovering from an epic Mavericks wipeout and arm surgery, big wave surfer Garrett McNamara talks about the fall that some are calling the biggest caught on film in surfing history. Source: Mavericks: Surfer Garrett McNamara describes 50-foot wave wipeout – San Jose Mercury News Related Posts:San Jose: 49ers’ Jones […]
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The Golden State Warriors plans to move across the Bay to San Francisco took a major step forward Monday as the team acquired a 12-acre arena site in Mission Bay, according to the San Francisco Business Times. Source: Warriors Buy Mission Bay Site For New Arena « CBS San Francisco Related Posts:San Jose, Not SF, […]
A growing minority of California growers and winemakers believe that when it comes to wine grapes, the less irrigation, the better. Source: More Drought-Challenged California Winemakers Grow Grapes With Less Water « CBS San Francisco Related Posts:Reports Of Strange, Mysterious Lights In Skies Over…San Jose, Not SF, Ranked Richest City In America « CBS San…California […]
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Attendees of a recent Arcadia Association of REALTORS (AAR) event in California were each given $1 worth of bitcoin as part of a 9th July talk.
Digital advocacy groups speak out against pending bitcoin regulation currently before the California Senate.
Progress is being made toward bringing water to thousands of Central Valley residents in underserved communities where wells have run dry. The question is how long this solution will last. Source: California’s Driest Region Finds Short-Term Drought Aid : NPR Related Posts:Flush the California Drought Down the ToiletCalifornia’s Drought Changes Habits in the Kitchen –Drought […]
Washington (CNN) — The same day that Russian President Vladimir Putin sent congratulations to the White House to mark July 4, the U.S. military was tracking Russian bombers off the coast of Alaska and California. The U.S. military performed two intercepts of Russians aircraft, though they never entered U.S. airspace, according to a U.S. military official. […]
In the fourth year of drought, recipes and realities are changing in kitchens and restaurants. Source: California’s Drought Changes Habits in the Kitchen – The New York Times Related Posts:Drought Brings Soul Searching to California Winemaking…I’m walking: JR’s stunning image hits the cover of the…Flush the California Drought Down the ToiletCalifornia’s Driest Region Finds Short-Term […]
Houman B Shadab is a professor of law at New York Law School. Here, he discusses what itBit’s recent banking law charter means for other digital currency exchanges operating in the US and beyond.
Since their inception, bitcoin exchanges have operated under a fog of legal uncertainty. Just one day after the New York-based exchange itBit announced it had obtained a banking law charter giving it the ability to operate in all 50 states, a California official called that into question.
A business in Southern California was the target of a police crackdown last month in connection with alleged gambling tied to an alternative cryptocurrency.