How PPP loans benefited the Bay Area's wealthy, white areas According to a Chronicle analysis of census data, businesses in higher-income or predominantly white census tracts in the Bay Area are more likely to have received a PPP loan than businesses in areas that are Brandon Belt played wearing a 'C' formed from electrical tape on his uniform in win over Cubs gifs and memes started pouring in as soon as Brandon Belt showed up wearing a jagged 'C' formed from electrical tape on his chest Friday. "I thought for sure he'd take it off for the game, it was just like some electrical tape," Bryant said.
Can Foster City's new massive, steel wall keep sea level rise at bay? The $90 million levee fortification project is a cautionary tale about communities built on the edge of a rising San Francisco Bay. Former Giants owner Bob Lurie added to team's Wall of Fame giants beat Former owner Lurie added to Wall of Fame By John Shea Bob Lurie, who owned the Giants from 1976 until 1992, was added Saturday to the team's Wall of Fame, which is located outside Oracle Park at the
California recall shows the college versus non-college divide among white voters keeps on expanding For instance, in the 2020 election, former President Donald Trump won 67% of white voters without college degrees; just a slight majority of white voters with degrees, about 51%, voted for Biden. In California, La Russa's White Sox put the squeeze on A's in 5-2 victory white sox 5, a's 2 La Russa's White Sox prevail with small-ball By Matt Kawahara CHICAGO - Tony La Russa managed the "Bash Brothers" era for the A's. The squeeze play gave the White Sox a two-run lead.
A's take series from White Sox behind Sean Manaea's outing The White Sox "are a playoff team. Email: email@example.com White Sox Athletics Baseball After a rough August, left-hander Sean Manaea has had back-to-back strong outings - the latest against the Frankie Montas leads A's to 5-1 win over White Sox A'S 5, WHITE SOX 1 Montas restores order with start By Matt Kawahara Frankie Montas hit his stride in the sixth inning. The middle of the White Sox lineup loomed. Gomes said the White Sox contact prompted an adjustment.
Former Giants owner Bob Lurie to be honored on Wall of Fame Lurie on Giants' Wall of Fame By John Shea NEW YORK - Bob Lurie, the Giants' second owner on the West Coast whose 1989 team reached the World Series, will be honored on the team's Wall of Fame on Sept. 18. 'Big wall of fire' hit Sierra-at-Tahoe. How a ski resort survived 'big wall of fire' By Gregory Thomas For the past two weeks, John Rice watched the Caldor Fire march up the mountains toward Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort, growing into an existential threat
Liam Hendriks, now closing for White Sox, sees similarities with A's The White Sox visit Oakland from Sept. 7-9. The White Sox won 3-2. Hendriks now plays for the Chicago White Sox. Missed chances hurt A's in 3-2 loss to White Sox Liam Hendriks entered from the White Sox bullpen. Hendriks skipped across the foul line toward the White Sox dugout and punched air. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast) APTOPIX Athletics White Sox Baseball