Enjoy a reggae festival in Richmond, see comedian Kevin Hart in Oakland, or participate in AIDS Walk…just some of the things to do this week in the Bay Area!
The club will officially open to the public June 17, 2015.
Surviving In A Sea Of Wealth: San Francisco’s Tenderloin Endures Change, Protects Housing, And Looks To The Future
Randy Shaw, executive director for the Tenderloin Housing Clinic, talks about the district’s history, how it got it’s name, what led up to its seedy reputation and how it deals with gentrification while protecting housing.
B.B. King Considered Standing Ovation From Bunch Of ‘Hippies’ In San Francisco A Career Breakthrough
In an anecdote from his autobiography, the late blues legend wrote about being reluctant to play San Francisco’s Fillmore because he didn’t think hippies cared about the blues. They ended up loving him.
Lionel Hampton was a jazz bandleader and “king of the vibraphone” for half a century. But when a five-alarm fire ripped through his Manhattan apartment in 1997, the 83-year-old lost everything, including his prized symphony.
OAKLAND (CBS/AP) — With the playoffs approaching, Stephen Curry fully expects more out of Golden State over the next three weeks. That might not be a good sign for the rest of the Western Conference. […]
Hiking Yoga combined two sweaty activities in one, 49ers are at home, the Exploratorium has 19 new exhibits, and did you know it’s Fashion Week?
Many know Chicago is known as “the Windy City” and Wrigley Field is one of America’s oldest baseball stadiums, but there are a lot of other things about this great city that are not widely known.
When budget cuts began to slash music programs in the Mt. Diablo Unified School District, one woman jumped in to keep it from being silenced altogether. Now this Jefferson Award winner is helping keeping music alive for students.
While many Bay Area music fans hip-hop and rock out at Outside Lands in Golden Gate Park, San Jose will be hosting the 25th annual Jazz Summer Fest.