In the East Bay Express, Ellen Cushing looks at how a population of young people with a lot of tech money in their bank accounts have transformed the San Francisco Bay Area.
I called my brother and told him I was thinking about living alone. "Really?" he responded. "I mean, I would never want to live alone, but I guess some people like it."
Rich people can't buy houses in San Francisco, because there are too many rich people and not enough houses.
The San Francisco Chronicle reports that S.F.'s babysitters and nannies charge the highest rates in the U.S. (though not that much more than New Yorkers do), but some of the city's moms and dads don't seem to mind the cost so much.