George Lucas’ collection of Americana art is going to Chicago rather than the San Francisco waterfront.
The Long Now Foundation opened a new venue combining attributes of a museum, library and cafe at San Francisco’s Fort Mason Center to encourage long-range consideration of earth’s future.
San Francisco politicians were rolling out the welcome mat for George Lucas’ collection of American art and movie memorabilia in an effort to keep the “Star Wars” creator from moving his proposed museum to Chicago.
San Francisco Mayor Edwin Lee is offering George Lucas a spot on the city’s scenic waterfront for the future home of the Star Wars creator’s lifetime collection of art and movie memorabilia.
From an “Off The Grid” campfire party to the 2014 San Francisco Carnival, the Bay Area is hopping this week, as usual, many of the events are free!
CBS News Correspondent and former KCBS Reporter Jim Taylor describes the feeling after attending the dedication ceremony for the National September 11 Memorial Museum in New York.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee is pitching a new spot for filmmaker George Lucas’s art museum. In our column, Matier & Ross, Andrew Ross and I reported on Thursday that Lee thinks a lot across from Piers 30-32 would be a good spot and he’s enlisting several powerful San Francisco figures for support.
Facing the possibility of losing a museum for George Lucas’ collections, an idea to place the museum at Piers 30-32 has gained support from two former San Francisco mayors.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee has asked his staff to come up with a short list of possible sites to keep Star Wars creator George Lucas’ proposed museum of filmmaking memorabilia in San Francisco, even as Lucas is considering other locations like Chicago.
Mayor Ed Lee has tasked his staff to come up with places for Lucas’ museum…