Latest SF Bay Area Events
Uzette Salazar of the Bay Area’s Alice@97.3 Morning Show, picks out this weekend most talked about events to go check out. Find out her suggestions for this weekend of (3/23-3/24)…
These 5 local events have just what you need to kick off the spring season. From fancy art to creative costumes, this list is sure to have an event for everyone. Which one is yours?
CBS San Francisco–03/18/2013
You won’t want to miss the moment the San Francisco Bay is studded with even more twinkling lights. The Bay Lights is alight sculpture designed by internationally renowned artist Leo Villareal and will live for two years on the San Francisco Bay Bridge West Span, starting with the Grand Lighting on Tuesday, March 5th. We’ve picked the perfect spots to watch this iconic event.
CBS San Francisco–03/04/2013
Get your dose of women’s history at these Bay Area places and events.
On Thursday night, KPIX 5/The CW 44 Cable 12 and CBS SF Radio held their 8th Annual Black History Month reception at the stations…
Nestled on an island in the middle of San Francisco Bay, the Treasure Island Music Festival is a 2-day outdoor musical extravaganza. Known for having some of the hippest acts in music, Treasure Island is definitely the cool kids’ music festival.
CBS San Francisco–10/11/2012
There’s no shortage of awesome activities, events and concerts this weekend. From the Blue Angels to the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival, this is one of the biggest weekends all year. Check out our event guide for great ideas for the whole family.
CBS San Francisco–10/03/2012
A year after being placed on probation for drawing too many people, the Burning Man festival on the Nevada desert attracted crowds well within the maximum cap allowed by federal land managers.
Sunday Streets returns to Chinatown Sunday morning along with the second annual Chinatown Ping Pong Tournament. Sunday Streets will run from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.