Dublin teens pitch in to fight the coronavirus

A website begun by Bay Area teenagers to connect local businesses with personal protective equipment providers has quickly grown into a nationwide effort to help communities stay safe.

Bay Area native stars as Alexander Hamilton in hit Broadway show

We sat down with Bay Area native Austin Scott just a couple of hours before the curtain rose at the Richard Rodgers Theater on Broadway in NYC.  And while playing Alexander Hamilton on Broadway is a job, Scott will tell you he’s living the dream.  

Jennifer Siebel Newsom talks about her latest film and why she chose not to be called 'First Lady'

She was born and raised in the Bay Area and graduated with honors from Stanford University. Now, Jennifer Siebel Newsom is an accomplished filmmaker, working on her third project, "The Great American Lie." She also happens to be the wife of California Governor, Gavin Newsom, but she prefers not to be called "First Lady." "The Issue Is:" host Elex Michaelson caught up with Siebel Newsom to talk...

Oakland Gay Men's Chorus celebrates 20 years

This year the Oakland Gay Men's Chorus will celebrate 20 years, and after two decades the chorus says its mission is simple. It wants to give voice through song to a community where everyone matters.

Bay Area People is now podcasting

The San Francisco Bay Area is an extraordinary place, full of extraordinary people. With a reach stretching from Silicon Valley to Wine Country, there's no shortage of diversity and stories.

Photographer shares struggle with hidden illness

Look at Adam Jacobs and you see a young man with an extraordinary life. He sees the world through his own unique lens and his talent has taken him across the world, He has photographed Superbowls and the Olympics.