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Jefferson Award winner Joe Noriel (CBS)

Jefferson Award Winner Keeps National History Alive For North Bay Youth

School children who visit the Petaluma Museum are seeing a lot more than the history of poultry in the city. Their small hometown museum has transformed into a classroom for national history, thanks to this week’s Jefferson Award winner.


Workers Authorize Strike At 2 San Francisco Museums; Negotiations Continue

Workers at two San Francisco museums have voted to authorize a strike while contract negotiations with management continue, union officials announced Monday.


USS Iowa

USS Iowa Leaves Port Of Richmond

The ship is scheduled to dock next month in Los Angeles, where it will become a museum.


Santa Cruz Municipal Wharf and Boardwalk (Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)

New Monterey Bay Visitor Center Promises Closer Look At Sea Life

A new visitor center showcasing Monterey Bay is getting closer to opening its doors in Santa Cruz. The facility, now under construction, is almost two decades in the making.


On Pedestrian Day, May 27, 1937, it is estimated that 200,000 people walked the span. (

Golden Gate’s 75th Anniversary Pavilion Taking Shape

Drivers traversing the iconic Golden Gate Bridge may already see the beginnings of the 75th anniversary celebration preparations. The milestone is just 7 months away.


Chinese Historical Society of America Museum

Community Corner: Chinese Historical Society In San Francisco Celebrates Milestones

Their golden anniversary is coming up in two years, the 10-year anniversary for the museum is in November…


Eye On The Bay: Magical Mystery Tour

Eye On The Bay: Magical Mystery Tour – 6/15/11

They might be considered tourist traps, but a visit to four Bay Area “Mystery Spots” will remind locals that these classic spots aren’t to be missed.  Brian road trips to the Mystery Spot in Santa […]

KPIX 5–06/15/2011

A diver at the California Academy of Sciences (Arturo Riera/CBS 5)

Bay Area’s 10 Must-See Museums For Kids

The Bay Area is blessed with a number of painless ways to expose children to culture. With the help of the Eye on the Bay crew and a few local Yelpers, we’ve compiled this list of the locales most likely to wow the little ones.

KPIX 5–03/09/2011

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (credit:

Free Bay Area Museums

Producers at Eye on the Bay have put together this list of free days at local attractions – included are several local attractions that are always free to the public.

KPIX 5–03/08/2011

Charles M. Schulz Museum, Santa Rosa

Valentine’s Day Freebie For Redheads At Santa Rosa Schulz Museum

In honor of Charlie Brown’s undying affection for a certain redhead, little and not-so-little red-haired girls will be admitted free to the Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center in Santa Rosa this Valentine’s Day.

CBS San Francisco–02/14/2011