“…the Bay Area’s homeless crisis ranks among the worst in the United States.”
Author: David R Newman
Adapting to a Rising Sea
Scientists estimate a rise of an additional 12 inches by 2100…
Aisha Wahab’s campaign for Senate District 10 gains momentum
Aisha Wahab is on a mission.
Hope for the Unhoused aims to alleviate homelessness in Milpitas
“It’s because of this group that we have a fighting chance.”
Major Milestone: Family Giving Tree serves its two millionth recipient
“For $25-$40, someone can make a child happy…”
Mental health is more of a priority than ever in Milpitas
Have you ever felt like nobody was there?
Milpitas Metro Specific Plan aims to transform areas around Great Mall, BART Station
a more vibrant, transit-oriented community…
Home is Where The Heart Is: Part II
There’s just so many people out there trying to get here…
Home is Where The Heart Is: Part I
We’ve always been very open to foreign cultures in the Bay Area
The People-Powered Campaign of Jaime Raul Zepeda
My story is the story of anybody out there who is an immigrant…
Wildfire Preparedness Townhall: A Sobering Message About The “New Normal”
The new normal is here; it’s a reality.
Fremont’s Got Talent: Part II
“To get on Comedy Central in the 3rd or 4th year of your career is insane!”
Milpitas Unified’s Innovation Campus slated for completion in 2024
“We want this new campus to reflect the Milpitas mindset of strength and richness in diversity…”
Fremont’s Got Talent: Part I
Singh is proud to represent Fremont…
An Interview with Milpitas Unified School District Superintendent Cheryl Jordan
“We are constantly thinking of ways to support our learners.”
The Face of Homelessness In & Around Milpitas: Part III
“Homelessness is the ultimate manifestation of poverty.”
June 15 Reopening
Beginning June 15, all capacity limits and social distancing requirements will be removed
Everything Really is Awesome at the new LEGOLAND® Discovery Center!
original article published June 8, 2021 by the Milpitas Beat Oh, to be a kid again. The new LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Bay Area will have its Grand Opening on June 14, just in time for summer, and aligning perfectly with the state’s reopening as Covid cases drop and vaccinations continue en masse. Located in the Great…
Homelessness In & Around Milpitas: Part II
“Our goal is to help one unhoused person at a time…”
My Good Brain: A Local Nonprofit Helps Families Cope With Anxiety And Depression
“Parents are so stretched…”
Homelessness In & Around Milpitas: Part I
“Every member of our community deserves a safe and stable home…”
Pacific Tire Outlet reborn in Frank Espinoza’s new shop
“I want to bring smiles.”
The state of redistricting: A Milpitas Beat primer
“This process by design is reliant on communities, on people.”
Milpitas resident Jinky Peralta recognized as Assembly District 25’s Woman of the Year
“I try to put myself in other people’s shoes.”
The Future Looks Bright at East Bay Community Energy
“We’re very local.”
National Geographic Live!
Behind-the-scenes stories and stunning imagery…
Where’s The Water?
“The last few years have certainly been on the dry side, but it’s not critical yet.”
A Toastmaster’s Journey Brings Her Back Home
“To speak from the heart, to be authentic and connect with your audience, that’s always my goal.”
Pop Goes The Patio!
Fremont Launches New Program
Living During Covid-19: How Humane Society Silicon Valley Successfully Fought Off The Virus
An amazing story of resiliency and hope…
Artist Spotlight: Diego Marcial Rios
“It’s not all peace, love, and roses, man!”
Take A Hike! Oh, and Bring the Family…
Sometimes, it is nice to head outside for a breath of fresh air.
Food Anxiety Sparks Renewed Interest in Victory Gardens
Planting a vegetable garden just might be a good idea this season.
Local Makers Join Forces to Help Fight Coronavirus
Some doctors have recently found a new way to get some of their medical supplies.
Home Alone (With the Kids)
Ideas to help you with your homeschooling efforts
Eden Eats 2020
It’s a great experience for everyone!
Theatre Review: Christmas in Oz
A wacky, campy, touching return to the Land of Oz
New Summer Research Program Picks Up STE(A)M
We always need new scientists to solve new problems.
Theatre Review: Born Yesterday
It’s as fresh and relevant today as it was back in 1946
Junior Giants – It’s Not All About The Score
If you build it, they will come.
Lucid Motors Delivers the Future of Luxury
“…with a very California feel.”
Big Dog Vineyards
Family-owned boutique winery that offers all the charm of a small French estate (castle not included)
San Leandro: Northern California’s Next Hot Spot for Beer
original article at Craftbeer.com San Leandro, California, may not be on your craft beer travel radar, but it should be. Like many industrial post-war suburbs in the East Bay, this unassuming city is reinventing itself. Traditional manufacturing is being replaced by next generation manufacturing, bringing small start-ups with highly-skilled tech workers into the area. Small…
The Treehouse: A Place for Kids of all Ages
“Treehouses lift the spirits.”
Reflections On Time: Part I
I have never been more aware of TIME than I have as a parent. It has become more intimate to me, like an old friend. I have seen how it can change, moment to moment. I understand its’ need to march on. There I am, on the playground, helping Maddie, now 2, navigate the play…