A confluence of events will create what could be one of the more memorable days in San Francisco in recent history on Friday.
Golden Gate Ferry will provide extra ferry service from Larkspur to San Francisco for the Giants’ World Series parade on Friday.
The Giants overcame the Kansas City Royals in a do-or-die Game 7 on enemy soil to win the World Series Wednesday night, so get ready for a party – a big one. San Francisco is planning a welcome home bash for Halloween-day.
It could be a very busy week for San Francisco police between possible celebrations of a possible Giants World Series victory and a certain holiday where fans might dress up like their favorite sports heroes.
If you’re a die-hard fan of the San Francisco Giants you’re already thinking about skipping work this week to catch another World Series Championship victory parade, or at least wondering where you can watch it online. It’s going to take some planning. We’re here to help.
Organizers say the turnout was the highest ever, including a record number of floats, making it was the longest parade in the event’s history.
The fog and cold stayed away, but Silicon Valley’s tech community was out in full force at Sunday’s 19th Annual Gay Pride Parade in San Francisco.
Pride Weekend is gearing up to be a packed two days with some events starting Friday to celebrate the LGBT community in the Bay Area and around the world.
Thousands gathered along San Francisco’s Market Street for the 163rd Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Saturday.
It’s St. Patrick’s Day 2014 weekend, as if we needed a reason to celebrate all that is wonderful with the Irish. From whiskey, to good stout beer, rock ‘n roll to parades, corned beef, and soda bread, CBS San Francisco Bay Area has you covered. Just pick the link that fits your interest.