It hasn’t really been all that long since Grateful Dead ticket prices were being priced in the thousands, and yet, now you can buy a ticket for not much more than the cost of an IMAX movie ticket.
An ordinance prohibiting tour bus drivers from narrating while driving in San Francisco was unanimously approved by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors Tuesday, less than six months after a city hall employee was fatally struck by a tour bus outside City Hall.
‘Brides Against Breast Cancer’ Bringing Truck Full Of Drastically Reduced Gently Used Designer Bridal Gowns To Emeryville
Bay Area brides-to-be can help in the fight against breast cancer and save big bucks on their bridal gown. The Brides Against Breast Cancer Nationwide Tour is coming to Emeryville on Saturday, March 7.
Alameda High grad James Hahn says many people watching the action didn’t know who he was as he started a playoff with Dustin Johnson and Paul Casey at the Northern Trust Open Sunday.
Joe Cocker has died after a long battle with lung cancer. He was 70 years old.
Victim ID’d In Fatal Tour-Bus Accident; SF City Hall Aware Pedestrian-Safety Measures Need Improvement
The investigation continues into Thursday’s deadly crash in the crosswalk in front of San Francisco City Hall where a motorized-cable car ran over an accountant from the City Controller’s Office.
City officials and Chinatown community leaders rallied Thursday in response to an expletive-filled speech by a tour guide denigrating the neighborhood and its residents and called for better training and oversight by the tour industry.
Guide Goes On Videotaped Racist, Expletive-Laced Rant To Tourists Aboard Chinatown Bus In San Francisco
A tour-guide in San Francisco’s Chinatown was filmed during a racist and expletive-laden rant about the neighborhood and its inhabitants, and garnered applause tourists.
For a third consecutive year, some of San Francisco’s biggest names in the startup world will open their doors to the public for free tours Thursday and Friday.
For the first time in 17 years, NASA Ames Research Center will open its normally well-secured gates to the public, allowing behind the scenes tours of the wind tunnels, laboratories, and even a simulated Martian landscape.