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Bay Area Cannasseur: 4/20 offers special events and sales

April 20, the cannabis high holiday, falls on a Saturday this year, enabling people to start celebrating in the morning at Golden Gate Park's Hippie Hill and end the day with a swanky underground dinner.

BAY AREA REPORTER

Weather Forecast For The San Francisco Bay Area

On Friday, the Bay Area will remain cloudy, with its customary scatterings of dense fog. A light wind will pick up in the morning and strengthen slightly throughout the afternoon. The daily high will be in the 50s to upper 60s.

SFGATE

Bay Area to see warmest day of the year so far

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) - After months of what seemed liked nonstop rain, the Bay Area is finally going to get some sunshine. According to the National Weather Service, Thursday will be the warmest day of 2019 so far for some parts of the region.

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Bay Area Book Festival highlights power of works in translation

Imagine a world without Dostoevsky. Without Kafka or Plato or Shakyamuni Buddha or the Bible. All these literary works came to readers through translators. In Berkeley, interest in translated literature is particularly keen.

BERKELEYSIDE

CA San Francisco Bay Area Zone Forecast

CA San Francisco Bay Area Zone Forecast for Thursday, April 18, 2019. San Francisco Bay Area/Central California Zone Forecast. This is an automatically generated product that provides average.

SFGATE

High school baseball: Bay Area News Group Top 15

De La Salle is in Las Vegas this week, taking a break from East Bay Athletic League play to take part in the all-Catholic Classic. So far, so good for the Bay Area News Group’s top-ranked baseball team.

MERCURY NEWS

Jobless rates creep up in North Bay

Unemployment rates for March for most North Bay counties increased over the jobless rate of March 2018, though for most, the rates remained below the state’s average. According to figures released Friday, the state’s unemployment rate creeped up to 4.3 percent in March, up from 4.2 percent in Februa

NORTHBAYBUSINESSJOURNAL.COM

Political cartoons: 2019 Measles uptick in the Bay Area, U.S.

On behalf of the Google employees possibly exposed to Measles this week, we present our daily collection of graphic political satire with one message: Vaccinate. The employees may have been exposed to measles after a San Mateo resident diagnosed with the virus “spent some time” at the Mountain View

EASTBAYTIMES.COM

WorkAbility, other agencies to host job fairs

LAKEPORT — WorkAbility, Employment Development Dept., Department of Rehabilitation, Veteran’s Services, Career Point, Redwood Coast Regional Center, M.P.I.C., Inc., and other agencies have partnered to present a huge job fair in both Lake and Mendocino Counties. The first job fair is scheduled to be

LAKE COUNTY RECORD BEE

Orange ‘a state of perfection’ in Cloverdale history

Exploring the area’s agricultural history and production amounts. Q: What is the timeline of our major agricultural crop transitioning from citrus to plums/prunes to vineyards in cloverdale area? — Anonymous.

SONOMAWEST.COM

Mustangs rout Cardinals; Cougars, Knights post victories

LAKEPORT — With three losses in their first seven league games, the Middletown Mustangs couldn’t afford to lose any more ground in a competitive North Central League I varsity baseball race that has reached the midway point.

LAKE COUNTY RECORD BEE

Bay Area IPO Mania: Zoom, Pinterest Surge In Market Debuts

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS / AP) — Investors are giving Bay Area-based unicorn technology companies Zoom and Pinterest a rousing reception in their debuts on the stock market. Zoom Video Communications, which makes video conferencing technology, soared 81% when it opened for trading after pricing its initia

CBSLOCAL.COM

Bay Area Book Festival to highlight socially conscious comic books

The Bay Area Book Festival is well known for bringing world-renowned writers to Downtown Berkeley every spring, but one of this year’s most promising panels doesn’t feature a novelist, poet or essayist, but rather, three comic book creators. On May 4, Juliana “Jewels” Smith, Nora Krug and Edgardo Mi

DAILY CALIFORNIAN