The historic California Hotel in West Oakland has officially reopened for business, following a three-year renovation.
A proposal to sell a century-old post office, a landmark in downtown Berkeley, has been put on hold and will remain open at least for a few more months.
After 35 years entertaining the community, the well-known outdoor mini-Indy car racing and miniature golf center will be closing it’s doors for good…
A concession lease up for approval Thursday that allows for private parties at Coit Tower once a month violates the spirit of a non-binding measure recently approved by voters urging the city to limit commercial activity at the popular landmark, preservationists said.
The dancers who own the iconic Lusty Lady strip club hope to make the San Francisco institution another landmark on tourists’ itineraries and distinguish itself from other strip clubs in the area.
Over 16,000 signatures have been turned into San Francisco’s Registrar of Voters from a group trying to preserve Coit Tower, which is well over the number needed to put the issue to voters.
The fight to save the Gold Dust Lounge off San Francisco’s Union Square continued Wednesday at the Historic Preservation Commission, which will look at whether landmark status should be considered.
Within sight of the Golden Gate Bridge lies another landmark cherished by a small but fervent group of travelers: a life-sized replica of Yoda, George Lucas’ master of the Force.
The fate of a big piece of aviation history in Silicon Valley is once again up in the air as a top NASA official is considering whether to demolish Hangar One at Moffett Field.