Long before Dairy Queen or Happy Berry, 50 years ago Isaly’s in Oakland was a destination for Skyscraper Ice Cream and chopped chipped ham (and its customers appreciated the combination).
Tim Stevens’ career as a musician lasted as long if not longer than his role as a civil rights activist, community advocate and volunteer.
Street cars were hated, hated by auto owners, by jaywalkers, by people who never used them, a familiar sentiment one observes today towards PAT buses.
Berman was not the only photographer who was at the Steelers-Giants game that day to witness and capture the epic moment of Y.A. Tittle’s end.
Douglas Loiseaux described implosions “as not just pure science, but probably an art form.”