Hearts in the Bay Area

A collection of hearts seen around the Bay Area.

I recently became licensed by the California Public Utilities Commission. This will allow me to drive my visitors around the Bay area in my car. (My SUV can comfortably seat 5 persons.) In  San Francisco, a car means driving down Lombard Street or up steep hills,  ogling the beautiful mansions of Seacliff, or venturing off...
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The Hearst Memorial Mining building (HMM) on the UC Berkeley campus is a memorial to George Hearst, former California miner, Senator, and husband of Phoebe Apperson Hearst In 1899 Berkeley was still a young university when Phoebe Apperson Hearst, George’s widow and a new regent, sponsored a global competition for an architectural master plan for...
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Last week I was fortunate enough to visit Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park. This was not my first time at Facebook. I’ve circled the Facebook campus many times, and I’ve taken my share of pictures at their “Like” sign. This time I was permitted to go inside. I was working for a group from Canada...
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