Originally from the cornfields of Nebraska, Amanda has spent most of her life wandering and wondering, often getting lost in the process. She is fascinated by the complexity of people and driven by a need to connect and a desire to understand. Amanda has written for Diablo, Saint Mary's, San Fra...
The past 24 hours in gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the San Francisco food scene. The mobile food report: Casey's Pizza, which started as a makeshift stand, will get a set of wheels by the end of August. Eater SF reports that Casey Crynes' will have the first pizza truck on the S.F. scene; he plans to park his truck (covered in reclaimed wood) at Haight's Off the Grid, in the Financial District for lunch, and other yet-to-be-determined spots around the city.
In the ten years that she spent as a community and labor organizer, Reem Assil faced numerous difficulties and fought hard to advocate for the people she loved and represented, but nothing has been as challenging for the young activist as her most recent endeavor for social change — launching an Arab street-corner bakery.
Some say that one of the key differences between humans and computers is the ability to be creative — to devise something as unprecedented as a Jackson Pollock or influential as Wagner’s. Sure, a PC can process at incredible speeds, but what role does it have in cultural or culinary creativity?A rather large one, as it turns out.This Thursday, October 1st, IBM’s(the same cognitive system that won Jeopardy!