Despite the star power of the L.A. Galaxy’s David Beckham and Landon Donovan, the San Jose Earthquakes pulled out a 4-3 win in front of a crowd of 50,000 at Stanford Stadium in Palo Alto.
The San Francisco Giants aren’t the only baseball team in town. Their minor league affiliate, the San Jose Giants, won the California League championship last year. This video gives fans a glimpse behind the bleacher walls.
About 55,000 registered runners and tens of thousands of others looking for a party, took to San Francisco’s streets Sunday for the 100th running of Bay to Breakers. View the photo gallery.
Following the news that American forces had gunned down al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden in Pakistan, 40 Stanford students organized a bonfire to commemorate the event.
The highly anticipated Railroad Revival Tour, which features folk rock bands Mumford and Sons, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros and Old Crow Medicine Show, made its first stop Thursday night at Oakland’s Middle Shoreline Harbor Park.
This photo gallery captures some of the most innovative and interesting new apps, toys, clothes and devices from Stanford’s 2011 Cool Product Expo.
With the rising popularity of home theaters and online movie viewing, boutique movie theaters see their attendance drop. Stanford Theatre and the Aquarius are still strongholds in Palo Alto.
Many consumers worry that electric vehicles require frequent battery charges, but Palo Alto-based Tesla expects its Model S to travel 300 miles-per-charge, comparable to the distance cars travel on a tank of gas.
California’s two coastal nuclear power plants are built to withstand ground accelerations worse than those that ravaged Japan. But questions remain about how they would stand up to the unlikely tsunami.