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New Ropes Course at SF McLaren Park Offers Treetop ThrillsA new ropes course at John McLaren Park in San Francisco gives novices and experts alike treetop challenges with bravery tests like the "incomplete bridge" and a "centipede ladder."
San Francisco Opera Moves Costume Sale Online to Raise Funds for Opera House StaffFor the first time in six years -- and the first time ever virtually -- the San Francisco Opera hosted an online costume sale offering more than 500 items of adult and child ensembles to benefit the cast and crew of the War Memorial Opera House.
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Donates 'Rock Xbox' To UCSF Benioff, Children's Hospitals NationwideSome lucky gamers at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital will be among the first to try out the newest Xbox signed by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.
Beloved Jeopardy Host Alex Trebek Loses Battle With Pancreatic CancerBeloved 'Jeopardy' host Alex Trebek, who has been battling pancreatic cancer, has died of from the disease, game show officials tweeted Sunday morning. He was 80.
Sean Connery, The ‘Original’ James Bond, Dies At 90Sean Connery, the charismatic Scottish actor who rose to international superstardom as the suave secret agent James Bond and then abandoned the role to carve out an Oscar-winning career in other rugged roles, has died. He was 90.
CBS SF Talks To Trey Spruance About First New Mr. Bungle Album In Over 20 Years
Diane di Prima, Beat Poet and Activist, Dead at 86Poet, activist and teacher Diane di Prima, one of the last surviving members of the Beats and one of the few women writers in the Beat movement, died this week at age 86.
San Francisco’s Legion of Honor Reopens This Week After 7-Month ClosureSan Francisco's Legion of Honor museum announced Wednesday that it’s reopening this week after the COVID-19 pandemic forced it to close for seven months.
Lawsuit Against Asian Art Museum Seeks Return Of Artifacts 'Looted' From Ancient Thai TemplesThe federal government has filed a civil lawsuit and was asking the Board of Directors of San Francisco's Asian Art Museum "to do the right thing" and return religious artwork illegally removed from ancient temples to the people of Thailand.