Thousands were on hand to kick off the world renowned sailing event, taking place in the Bay Area for the first time.
As Fat Tuesday kicks off in New Orleans, a Mardi Gras celebration was held in San Francisco’s Fillmore District to celebrate the city’s contributions to jazz & blues music…
On February 6, 1853, Seven Mile House in Brisbane opened its doors. Now known as a hangout for the 49er faithful, it was once a stop for the Pony Express and stagecoaches. Juliette Goodrich reports…
The reminders continue: it will be all hands on deck and zero tolerance for violence in San Francisco during and after the 49ers’ appearance in the Super Bowl.
Mayor Ed Lee has suggested that bars limit liquor sales, or at the very least serve alcohol responsibly to prevent potential fan violence on Super Bowl Sunday. J.J. Bishop, a bartender at Nova Bar and Restaurant. said Friday that he understands the mayor’s position.
Crowds spilled into the streets in parts of San Francisco’s Mission and Excelsior districts Sunday afternoon following the 49ers’ 28-24 victory over the Atlanta Falcons in the National Football Conference Championship Game, according to police.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency board of directors honored bus driver Alan Yam with a proclamation for keeping his eight passengers safe and evacuating them from the bus before it was destroyed by fire.
A man accused of smashing the windshield of a Muni bus last week after the Giants’ World Series victory pleaded not guilty to felony vandalism charges, but his attorney said that he acknowledges responsibility for the incident.
San Francisco Municipal Railway is out about $1 million because its insurance does not cover the damage caused by vandals who set a bus on fire during revelry after the Giants’ World Series win, a Muni spokesman said Monday.
BART, Caltrain, Muni and Golden Gate ferries all saw huge crowds as revelers headed to San Francisco for the Giants victory parade.