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Pete Carey, of the Mercury News, writes:

“After the Bay Area housing market’s biggest price run-up in years in 2013, with frenzied bidding wars in some markets and cash investors snapping up homes in others, experts are predicting a much calmer market in 2014. That’s good news for potential homebuyers, since there will be more homes to choose from, fewer bidding wars and less worries about spiraling prices. It’s not necessarily bad news for sellers. They may see their homes take longer to find buyers, but last year’s big price gains are giving many plenty of equity for the down payment on their next home.”

Read full article here: http://www.mercurynews.com/business/ci_24896980/slower-price-appreciation-more-sales-seen-bay-area



Coin collecting is a popular activity for a number of reasons. Not only are coins interesting and
beautiful, but some people see numismatic study as a viable investment opportunity. Here’s a
detailed list of Coin Collector clubs in and around San Francisco.

Most San Francisco coin collectors belong to the Pacific Coast Numismatic Society. Meetings
are held on the 4th Wednesday of every month except June, starting at 7:30 pm. PCNS
members meet at Fort Mason Center, Building C. Visit pcns.org for details.
Also stop in on the San Francisco Coin Club. Collectors meet on the 4th Friday of every
month at 6:30 pm, in the Tennessee Grill, located at 1128 Taraval.

Visit the Alameda Coin Club on the 1st Tuesday of each month at 6:45 pm. Meetings are held
in the Alameda Free Library building at 1550 Oak Street. Parking is free.
In Concord, check out the Diablo Numismatic Society. Meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday
of each month at 7 pm, in the Concord Police Department meeting room, located at 1350
Galindo Street. Contact: James Laird at 925–200–2276, or visit diablocoinclub.org.
The Fairfield Coin Club meets at 7 pm on the 4th Wednesday of each month. Meetings are
held at Grace Episcopal Church, on the corner of Grace and Kentucky Streets.
The Fremont Coin Club meets at 7 pm, on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month. Meetings
take place at the Elks Club, located at 38991 Farwell Drive. For details, visit
Also popular is the Vallejo Numismatic Society in the Florence Douglas Senior Center, located
at 333 Amador Street, Room A. The meeting starts at 6:30 pm. For further details, call 707-

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by Lisa Doyle July 11, 2014 Latest News
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Best Bay Area BACKGAMMON Clubs

by Lisa Doyle July 10, 2014 Latest News

Backgammon is an exciting two-player board game involving both luck and skill. The game is typically played for money, and the world’s strongest players can earn a fortune. Here’s a detailed list of Backgammon clubs in the San Francisco Bay Area. SAN FRANCISCO The San Francisco Backgammon club meets on Monday evenings at the San […]

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Open Mic’s in Sonoma County

by Lisa Doyle July 3, 2014 Latest News

  The once agricultural county of Sonoma is nowadays bursting with opportunities for local performing artists to show their stuff. Here are some top rated open mics ongoing throughout Sonoma County. The Black Cat Bar is an amazing music venue in Penngrove, frequented by many talented local artists. The predominant theme is a musical mixed […]

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Top Five Open Mic’s in San Francisco

by Lisa Doyle June 26, 2014 Latest News

  San Francisco is bursting at the seams with performance opportunities for local artists. Here are some of the city’s best ongoing open mics, according to online reviews. The Brainwash Laundromat-Cafe hosts comedy open mics on Thursday nights and musical open mics on Mondays and Tuesdays. Each performer gets five minutes, somewhere between seven and […]

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Marin County Open Mic’s

by Lisa Doyle June 19, 2014 Latest News

  Here’s a short list of some of the most popular open mics in Marin County. Kate’s Cafe runs an open mic on the third Sunday of every month in the San Geronimo Valley Community Centre, located at 6350 Sir Francis Drake Boulevard. A donation of three dollars is requested. Musicians, poets, storytellers, actors, dancers […]

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Homes coming soon in Old Ranch

by Lisa Doyle June 16, 2014 Latest News
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