Mike Schroepfer, Facebook's chief technology officer, plans to step down in 2022 - Silicon Valley Business Journal
SAN FRANCISCO - Facebook on Wednesday said that Mike Schroepfer, the chief technology officer and a longtime executive, planned to step down from his position next year, in a rare change to the top ranks of the social network.
Photo Essay: Striking Scenes From PICA's Time-Based Art Festival
Editor's note: The following are photos from three exhibits at the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art's Time-Based Art Festival (TBA), running now through October 3.
Solar power trade group sues California over new rules requiring electricians do installations - Silicon Valley Business Journal
Fearing that growth in California's solar power sector could grind to a halt, the association representing the industry has sued the state over a new requirement that installers be "certified electricians."
The What Podcast Plays Another Game of Fake Or Festival?
Keeping up with which festivals are happening and which are being canceled or postponed can be difficult enough, but Brad, Barry and Lord Taco have a little fun on The What Podcast playing Fake or Festival, a game that asks which is real and which is made up.
State Rep. Celia Israel considering run for Austin mayor
With that, she is not seeking re-election for her seat in the Texas House.
AUSTIN, Texas - Editor's note: The video above is a Hispanic Heritage Month segment that featured Celia Israel.
Brooklyn Delhi's Chitra Agrawal on Expressing Her Indian-American Identity Through Food
It all started with a blog. More than a decade ago, Chitra Agrawal began documenting her family's recipes from India on "ABCD's of Cooking," which quickly achieved a loyal following.
Chitra Agrawal of Brooklyn Dehli Shares a Recipe for Khara Huggi or Pongal | Brownstoner
Fittingly named, huggi is the ultimate comfort food. You definitely feel like you're being hugged when eating it. Similar rice and lentil dishes exist throughout India, and are known by different names.
Eric Adams Proposes Converting Struggling Hotels Into Supportive Housing
Democratic mayoral nominee Eric Adams wants to convert distressed outer-borough hotels to supportive housing, as the hospitality industry still struggles to recover from the pandemic.
Percival Everett's Latest Grounds Racial Allegory In History, Horror And Blood
Editor's note: This review uses repeated quotations from the book that contain racial slurs.
At a certain point, dark social satire bleeds into horror.
Santa Clara University's new Sobrato Campus of Discovery and Innovation is the Education Project winner in the 2021 Structures Awards - Silicon Valley Business Journal
Billed as a "campus within a campus," the new Sobrato Campus of Discovery and Innovation opened on Sept. 20, the first day of classes for the fall semester at Santa Clara University.