'MacGyver' Consultant Makes His Living As Physics ProfessorFans of the hit CBS Friday night show 'MacGyver' may wonder: how many of the title character's creative contraptions are based on real science? And can any of them be made at home?
Actor James Woods Aids In Search For Camp Fire MissingFamilies across California and the country got help from actor James Woods as they searched desperately for relatives missing in the devastating Camp Fire.
Former 'Dirty Jobs' Host Looks Back At His KPIX RootsIn the midst of celebrating our 70th anniversary, it seemed only fitting that KPIX 5 reconnect with one of the station's most popular personalities from its past.
San Francisco Opera Removes Singer Accused of Sex AssaultThe San Francisco Opera says it has removed countertenor David Daniels from an upcoming production of Handel's "Orlando" due to sexual assault allegations against the singer.
'Oscars Of Science' Brings Together Big Names From Tech And HollywoodThe 7th annual Breakthrough Prize Awards--also known as the "Oscars of Science"--were held Sunday evening at NASA's Ames Research Center in Mountain View.
Maverick Heavy Rock Duo Headlines Bay Area ShowsAcclaimed heavy rock duo Big Business brings its furious onslaught to the Bay Area for shows at the Ivy Room in Albany and the Ritz in San Jose this week.
Local Heavy Psych Explorers Play Show In OaklandSan Francisco glam/psych/stoner-rock group Turn Me On Dead Man plays a rare show at the Golden Bull in Oakland Thursday with like-minded outfits the Spiral Electric and Coywolf.
SoCal Stoner-Rock Pioneers Return To San FranciscoOne of the veteran bands responsible for the rise of stoner rock during the '90s, SoCal favorites Fu Manchu come to the Great American Music Hall Tuesday night with support from special guests Mos Generator.
Documentary On First AIDS Ward Gets World Premiere At CastroA film that tells the story of the first AIDS ward in the nation that opened during the 1980s at SF General will get its world premiere at the Castro Theatre this weekend.

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Local Heavy Psych Explorers Play Show In OaklandSan Francisco glam/psych/stoner-rock group Turn Me On Dead Man plays a rare show at the Golden Bull in Oakland Thursday with like-minded outfits the Spiral Electric and Coywolf.
SoCal Stoner-Rock Pioneers Return To San FranciscoOne of the veteran bands responsible for the rise of stoner rock during the '90s, SoCal favorites Fu Manchu come to the Great American Music Hall Tuesday night with support from special guests Mos Generator.
Italian Prog-Horror Keyboard Maestro Comes To OaklandBest known for their haunting '70s soundtracks used in the films of gory giallo director Dario Argento, Italian progressive-rock outfit Claudio Simonetti's Goblin provides the live score for the 1977 classic Suspiria at the Oakland Metro Opera House for two nights.
Local Hip-Hop Heroes Play The Chapel In SFOne of the most beloved duos of the Bay Area hip-hop underground, Blackalicious delivers cerebral, tongue-twisting rhymes and head-nodding beats to a hometown audience at the Chapel in San Francisco on Sunday.
CBS SF Talks To Mike Odd, Manager Of Mac SabbathMac Sabbath manager Mike Odd talks about the band's surreal collision of fast-food iconography and classic Black Sabbath songs ahead of their special Halloween show at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco.
Pioneering UK Punks Celebrate Halloween At Regency BallroomBritish punk legends the Damned return to San Francisco to celebrate Halloween on Wednesday night at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco.
'Miss Saigon' Comes To SF's SHN Orpheum TheatreThe smash hit play Miss Saigon is touring the U.S. and just rolled into San Francisco.
Local Hard-Rock Heroes Curate Annual Halloween Party In SFNow in it's sixth year, Thee Parkside in San Francisco will hold its annual Hallorager celebration this Saturday, once again curated by local psychedelic glam/stoner-metal group Glitter Wizard.
Local All-Star Orchestra Transforms For SF Halloween PartyVeteran bandleader and keyboard/trumpet player Marc Capelle brings his Red Room Orchestra to the Swedish American Hall Sunday, transforming the ensemble into the REDRUM Orchestra for a special Halloween-themed dance party.