Thursday night was the grand finale of an event that draws beer lovers from around the world to the North Bay. Andrea Nakano reports. (2-20-20)

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Last Call for 2020 Pliny the Younger IPA in Santa RosaThursday night was the grand finale of an event that draws beer lovers from around the world to the North Bay. Andrea Nakano reports. (2-20-20)
Caught on Camera: Brazen Thief Hits SF Mom-And-Pop Pizza RestaurantA small family-run business in San Francisco was the target of a robbery Thursday and the owners hope their surveillance footage will help them catch the perpetrator. Andrea Nakano reports. (2-13-20)
Apps Bring New Popularity to ‘Ghost Kitchen’ Business ModelThey’ve got everything you need to prepare the food but “ghost kitchens” don’t cater to actual customers. They’re helping some eateries expand and helping others get their feet wet in the restaurant world with less overhead. Maria Medina reports. (2-13-20)
East Bay Marijuana Dispensary Targets SeniorsFor the past ten years, Sue Taylor has had a dream: to bring cannabis to senior citizens. Da Lin reports. (2-6-20)
SF Chinatown New Year Parade Will Go Forward Despite Coronavirus FearsThroughout Chinatown foot traffic is light during what should be the busiest time of year. Andria Borba reports. (2-6-20)
Eclectic Martinez Music Club Armando's to CloseRoy Jeans says his eclectic music venue in a storefront on Marina Vista Avenue in Martinez will close Feb. 9. Andrea Nakano reports (1-30-20)
Owner of Beloved San Francisco Bistro Sells Business to StaffA famed dining spot in Cole Valley is preparing for a major change and, surprisingly, it's a happy ending. Wilson Walker reports. (1-16-20)
'Untenable' Business Conditions Force Closure of Historic San Jose StoreWestern Appliance, a San Jose store that has stood the test of time for well over a century says it must now close its doors for good. Devin Fehely reports. (1-10-20)
Small Businesses Brace for Higher Minimum Wage With New YearNew Year Day will bring a minimum wage increase for the state and any number of California cities. In some places, like Menlo Park, the increase will be a significant one. Wilson Walker reports. (12-27-19)
Charities See Donations Dropoff Due to New Tax LawWhere have all the donors gone? Tax experts say a big incentive to give just isn't there anymore. Emily Turner reports. (12-26-19)
Crab Fishermen Face Danger To Catch Profit As Delayed Dungeness Season OpensThe commercial Dungeness crab season finally kicked off Sunday and, while local fishermen have been waiting to get back out to sea, this year’s season opener is not for the faint of heart. John Ramos reports. (12-15-19)
Anchor Brewing Label Illustrator Spreads Holiday Cheer With BeerJim Stitt, age 92, creates labels for San Francisco's Anchor Brewing. Reporter Ashley Williams asked the 92-year-old artist about his decades-long holiday tradition creating the company's Christmas Ale label. (12-13-19)
Yule Pay More: Shortage Drives Up Christmas Tree PricesA national Christmas tree shortage means real trees are going to cost consumers more this year. Susie Steimle reports. (11-29-19)
Cold Snap Spells Profits for Firewood SuppliersWith PG&E blackouts and now an extended cold front descending on the region, sale of firewood is booming in the North Bay. Wilson Walker reports. (11-29-19)
Vape Shops Feel the Heat from Rise in Vaping-Related IllnessesHaight Street is home to many vape shops that say they are seeing sales drop significantly amid confusion and concern over vaping-related deaths and illnesses. Betty Yu reports. (11-15-19)
Paradise Ridge Winery Rebounds from Devastating WildfireTwo years ago, Paradise Ridge Winery was a total loss, victim of the North Bay wildfires. Today there are signs of health all around the property and not just in the vineyards. Betty Yu reports. (11-7-19)
East Bay Small Businesses Hit Hard by Power ShutdownThe planned power outage forced many small businesses to close their doors for up to two days. Da Lin reports from Moraga. (10-11-19)
Large East Bay Power Outage Forces Closure Of BART Station, Some BusinessesA PG&E equipment failure left thousands of East Bay residents without power Sunday. The outage affected businesses and forced the closure of the Downtown Berkeley BART station.Devin Fehely reports. (9-29-2019)
Popular, Long-Lived Deli Set to Close in Redwood CityWoodside Deli has been serving up subs for 61 years and is still bustling today. Now it has become the latest casualty of a ballooning Bay Area problem. Anne Makovec reports. (9-26-19)
Sunday ToPIX: Bay Area Housing / Gig EconomyKPIX 5's Phil Matier talks with Carl Guardino, president and CEO of the Silicon Valley Leadership Group. (9-22-19)
Taxi Drivers Worry AB 5 Could Hurt Way Cab Companies OperateCab drivers in the South Bay are fighting AB-5, the new California law designed to help gig workers by reclassifying them from contractors to company employees. Len Ramirez reports. (9-19-19)
S.F. Bar Owner Shuts Down Business, Blames Street People, CrimeAs Pres Trump calls out San Francisco for its troubled streets, one native of the city says he's shutting down his bar due to rampant drug-dealing outside his door. Melissa Caen reports. (9-19-19)
Commercial Salmon Season Shaping Up as Best in YearsLarry Collins, a wholesale salmon buyer at San Francisco's Pier 45, says this year is special. Don Ford reports. (8-30-19)
San Jose Business Boycotted After Owner Paints Over MuralResidents in San Jose are boycotting a dental business after a mural depicting important Chicano history was painted over. Len Ramirez reports. (8-29-19)

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