Marin County Officials Say Man's Quirky Property Is A 'Junkyard,' But He Calls It ArtA Marin County man says he’s under attack from local officials for the quirky, offbeat art pieces on his property, which officials say threaten code violations.
Thousands Celebrate Sights and Sounds of Carnaval San Francisco Carnaval San Francisco returns with its 41st Annual Grand Parade and Festival on Memorial Day Weekend.
SF Weekend: Mother's Day Mercantile, SF Rose Show, Dog-Friendly 'Pup Crawl'
Historic Theater at S.F. Presidio to Reopen as Performing Arts CenterThe Presidio Theatre will open in September as a performing arts center. The 600-seat proscenium theater has been restored and transformed with modern technical equipment and a large rehearsal space, among other features.
CBS SF Talks To 'Murder In The Front Row' Doc Director Adam DubinCBS SF talks to documentary director Adam Dubin about his new film on the Bay Area thrash metal scene 'Murder in the Front Row' as well as his earlier work making videos for the Beastie Boys and Metallica ahead of a private screening of the doc in San Francisco.
San Jose Community Fights To Restore Painted-Over Chicano MuralA historic mural in East San Jose has been gone for over six months after it was mysteriously painted over. Some members of the community have not given up the fight to restore it.
Master Turntablist Presents Ambitious Concept Show In San JoseCelebrated scratch DJ, artist and producer Kid Koala brings one of his most ambitious projects to San Francisco for a series of performances when Nufonia Must Fall Live recreates his acclaimed graphic novel as an elaborately staged puppet show at San Jose State's Hammer Theatre Center for two nights.
Local Experimental Rock Greats Play Rare ShowCelebrated avant-rock band Oxbow plays it's first show in San Francisco in nearly three years when it plays songs from it's acclaimed latest album 'The Thin Black Duke' at the Chapel Tuesday night.
SF Sketchfest Comes To Big Finish This WeekendThe 18th annual SF Sketchfest comes to a close with a final weekend of stand-up, sketch comedy and tributes including such talents as Neil Patrick Harris, Michael Ian Black, Pete Holmes
SF Sketchfest Delivers Laughs In Second WeekendThe 18th annual SF Sketchfest continues into its second weekend with a packed schedule of stand-up, sketch comedy and tributes including such talents as John Hodgman , Paul F. Tompkins, Bob Odenkirk, Bruce Campbell and the cast of 'Schitt's Creek.'
SF Sketchfest Rolls Through First Full WeekThe 18th annual SF Sketchfest continues with its first week of stellar programming with a tribute to television legend Carol Burnett, live film commentary show "Riffer's Delight," comedy prankster Harmon Leon and much more.