Eye-openers: ‘open-source Seeds’ Are Here
Kristen Leach shows amarynth seeds which she grows at Sunol Agricultural Park in Sunol, Calif., on Wednesday, October 31, 2012. She cultivates heritage crops for Namu Gaji. Photo: The Chronicle
From the local scene:
Good kebabs, good prices at Q’s Hala Chicken in Alameda. [San Francisco Chronicle]
Sonic — that fast food chain with a million commercials on television but only one Bay Area location — is in expansion mode, especially in California where it plans to build 300 new stores by 2020, up from its current 65. [Wall Street Journal]
Checking out Rockridge’s Barrel Room. [Berkeleyside]
From the national scene:
In the same spirit as open-source software, which is freely available for anyone to use (but not to be turned into something propriety) comes. . .