Nearly all of the approximately 11,200 toys collected at the “Last Chance” toy drive at San Francisco’s Lefty O’Doul’s have been delivered to children.
The San Francisco Police Department welcomed two new members to the mounted police patrol in a special ceremony at Union Square Monday, as three horses retired from the force.
With the smell of popcorn, stadium food and sounds of cheers, you know it must be spring, which of course mean baseball season. Here are the best bars in San Francisco to catch all of the baseball festivities.
Corned beef and cabbage is by no means considered Ireland’s national dish, but emerged as an Irish-American cultural tradition in the 19th century. Today, Irish Americans widely celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a meal of corned beef and cabbage.
With the scheduled eviction date for San Francisco’s historic Gold Dust Lounge looming near, a local CBS Radio personality has undertaken an effort to rally grassroots support to save the landmark Union Square bar.
San Francisco’s Lefty O’Doul’s restaurant and bar raised more than 10,000 toys during their 11th annual Christmas Eve toy drive.
Lefty O’Doul’s is once again collecting toys for needy and homeless children.
A longtime San Francisco Santa Claus will receive a final sendoff this week as friends and fans come together to celebrate his life.