California Academy of Sciences
A 18-foot orca that had suffered a head wound was found dead on a beach in the Point Reyes National Seashore last week, a National Park Service spokesman said Monday.
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A San Francisco man believed to have stolen hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of artworks from local galleries and stashed them inside his Tenderloin residential hotel room was sentenced to probation.
The DJ spinning music after dark could become as common as the docent leading daytime tours in museums experimenting with new ways to increase attendance and avoid falling victim to the slow economy.
If you missed the incredible Birth of Impressionism exhibition at the de Young, it is not too late to get tickets for the next hot ticket: Van Gogh, Gauguin, Cézanne and Beyond: Post-Impressionist Masterpieces from the Musée d’Orsay.
Investigators have determined a pregnant blue whale whose carcass washed ashore at Bean Hollow State Park over the weekend likely died after colliding with a ship, a park ranger said Wednesday.
An icon of the California Academy of Sciences, Claude the albino alligator, turned 15 on Wednesday, with the museum hosting a party free for those available to join him.