Sunny skies and chilly winds greeted the crowds along San Francisco’s waterfront Sunday during the Golden Gate Bridge’s 75th anniversary celebration.
A child was rescued from the waters off of Crissy Field Friday afternoon, according to San Francisco fire officials.
With the 75th anniversary of the Golden Gate Bridge set for Sunday, drivers were being reminded to steer clear of the landmark span that evening, when an all-out fireworks show will cause a one-hour traffic shutdown.
Special events are planned over the coming week to mark the 75th Anniversary of the Golden Gate Bridge, with the main event planned for Sunday the 27th. The opening ceremony for the bridge took place on May 27th 1937.
Tens of thousands of people are expected to flock to San Francisco on May 27th to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Golden Gate Bridge. But this time, festivities won’t take place on the landmark structure.
More than half a dozen people were rescued from the waters of San Francisco Bay near the Golden Gate Bridge this afternoon after failing winds left a number of kite surfers stranded.
Shamrocks and bagpipes and shenanigans, oh my! Celebrate Irish culture at these family friendly events taking place St. Patty’s Day throughout San Francisco.
A cow-calf pair of gray whales have made their way into the San Francisco Bay. Whales wander into the bay every spring, but experts are worried that people might come too close to this current wandering pair and scare the mother away from her baby.
Environmentalists and San Francisco neighborhood groups said they will ask for more time to review how the city plans to minimize the effects boats and crowds will bring when spectators come to watch the America’s Cup yacht race.
Around a half of a million people could crowd onto the San Francisco and Marin shores to watch the America’s Cup yacht race in the summer of 2013.