The San Francisco Bay Area is always a hub for music and musicians, so it is no surprise that some of the biggest tours and biggest names make their way to the Bay and in some of the best outdoor venues there are to offer. We take a look at some of the hottest tours, most popular rock and pop stars, along with a noted Broadway legend, and the largest music festival in the heart of San Francisco, all while soaking up the beautiful California sun.
Novak Djokovic outplayed Roger Federer in four sets Sunday to win his third Wimbledon title and ninth Grand Slam championship.
Hunter Pence hit a grand slam as part of an 8-run 4th inning against former All-Star Cole Hamels, and the Giants beat the Phillies 15-2 on Friday night.
Best known for being home to some of the top golf courses in the country, Scottsdale, Arizona offers golf enthusiasts plenty of opportunities to play a game or two of golf.
The United States’ win over Japan in the Women’s World Cup final was the most viewed soccer game in the history of American television.
Coughlin and Clever were two of 24 athletes tapped to star in their annual ‘Body Issue’.
During the Golden State Warriors’ run to the NBA title, San Francisco-based special agents with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations seized nearly $500,000 in counterfeit merchandise associated with the basketball games.
Baseball history was made in Northern California when the sport’s first active professional player to come out as gay pitched a shutout before an enthusiastic crowd that seemed more impressed with his performance than his role as a pioneer.
Golden State Warriors President Rick Welts still will have a reason to celebrate if his team doesn’t win the NBA championship: he’s been named as the celebrity grand marshal of San Francisco’s gay pride parade.
A group of Australian basketball trick shot artists nailed a shot from 415 feet above the basket, atop the Gordon Dam in Tasmania.