Downtown revivals across the country began in the 1980s, as residents flocked to cities instead of the suburbs. The population in downtown San Francisco grew 67% over almost four decades, from 53,000 in 1980 to approximately 89,000 in 2018, according to a recent Brookings Institution report. In the past decade, numerous office and residential towers have been built in the Transbay district, extending downtown’s reach. … [Read more...] about Empty towers. Quiet streets. Struggling cafes. Will downtown San Francisco ever boom again?
Her husband died one week after she called him in Afghanistan to tell him she was pregnant. “I told him and he was so excited,” Britt said. “Immediately he was like screaming to everyone in the background, ‘I’m going to be a dad!’” … [Read more...] about LOOK: Man Says He’s Meeting 2 Friends For A Drink At Plymouth Restaurant, Leaves Behind Unforgettable Message
Shabd Simon-Alexander, textile designer and author of the book "Tie-Dye," said that tie-dye tends to come back in fashion during moments of political turmoil, and started popping up on runways a few years ago before slowly creeping into more mainstream fashion. … [Read more...] about Tie-dye on the rise as a pandemic pastime
"I think the bigger questions are: Are either of them -- whole or reduced fat -- 'good' for you? And what would you be drinking instead of milk?" said Gardner, who was not associated with the study. "If it's milk versus soda, I would pick milk. If it's milk versus water, I'd pick water." … [Read more...] about You’ve ‘got milk.’ Whether it’s good for you depends on your age, health and sex, studies say
This week, the city released the updates that the pickle ball court and the volleyball courts are completed. Just two more pieces of the large puzzle that will be Lake Forest's newest city park. … [Read more...] about Pickleball Court, Volleyball Court Completed At Portola Park