KCBS In Depth: California Academy Of Sciences Proves Popular With AdultsThe new Executive Director of California Academy of Sciences, Dr. Jonathon Foley, says institutions like his play an important role in filling educational gaps, but is also popular among adults.
California Bill Banning Confederate Flag Merchandise Heads To Gov. Brown's DeskGift shops in California may soon have to get rid of some extra inventory if Gov. Jerry Brown signs a bill that would ban the state from displaying or selling merchandise with the Confederate flag.
Best Exhibits To Visit This Summer In The North BayVenture beyond San Francisco and the East Bay to find exciting art venues to the North.
Best 2013 Museum Exhibitions To Look Forward To In The PeninsulaTime to pull out your new calendar and plan to see some of these great events and exhibits featured at Peninsula museums.
Eye On The Bay: 1912 - 2/23/12Brian travels back in time to uncover how bay area residents lived one hundred years ago.
Best Bay Area Martin Luther King Jr. Celebrations For The FamilyReflective, educational, uplifting or physical—here are the best ways to celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. in the Bay Area this year
Eye On The Bay: Mariposa County - 9/27/11
Hidden Museums of San FranciscoWhile you shouldn't miss San Francisco heavy hitters, smaller, surprising museums dot the city, providing a fascinating glimpse into an eclectic range of subject matter. From pioneer history to cable cars, here is our list of rarely discovered gems in Hidden Museums of San Francisco.
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Best Rainy Day Fun In the Bay AreaEven sunny California has its fair share of dark and dreary days. While there may be an endless number of activities that can be done at home, who doesn’t eventually hear the dreaded, “I’m sooo bored! There’s nothing to do...” And then what? If you and your crew are just itching to get out of the house, here are some sure-fire Bay Area cures for cabin fever.
Arts Organizations Struggling To Make Ends MeetMonday, the National Arts Index was out, offering the first comprehensive look at how the arts fared during the recession thus far.
Bay Area Museums Eager To Sell Tickets Decide To Lose The StuffyThe DJ spinning music after dark could become as common as the docent leading daytime tours in museums experimenting with new ways to increase attendance and avoid falling victim to the slow economy.