Thousands Ring In The Year Of The Pig At Chinese New Year Festival And Parade In SFColorful floats, marching bands, Chinese acrobats and a 288-foot dragon weaved their way through San Francisco as thousands of people lined the streets to watch the Chinese New Year parade on Saturday.
Chinese New Year Parade Attendees Urged to Sign Up for Text AlertsPeople planning to attend the Chinese New Year Parade Saturday night in downtown San Francisco are being encouraged to sign up for text alerts from the city's Department of Emergency Management.
Year Of The Pig Ushered In At Lunar New Year Celebration In SF's ChinatownThe Chinese Lunar New Year kicked off in San Francisco's Chinatown on Tuesday with a festive celebration and a procession down city streets.
Year of the Dog Celebrations in San Francisco Culminate with Parade SaturdayMany downtown streets in San Francisco will be closed along the route of the Southwest Airlines Chinese New Year Parade Saturday afternoon and motorists should take alternative routes, organizers said.
Lunar New Year Celebrations Kick Off Around The Bay AreaThe Bay Area celebrated the Lunar New Year on Saturday.
Bay Area Families Ready Homes To Welcome Year of the RoosterThe lunar new year officially begins with Saturday's new moon and, for Asian families, Friday was about decorating the home and cooking the big holiday meal.
Celebrate Chinese New Year In The Bay AreaWelcome to the year of the Monkey: 2016. According to the Chinese Zodiac, the year of the Monkey begins February 8, 2016 and ends January 27, 2017. The Monkey, the ninth sign in the Chinese Zodiac, symbolizes an...
Sacramento Kings Pull Racially 'Insensitive' Year Of Monkey T-ShirtsThe Sacramento Kings scrambled to remove free shirts emblazoned with a purple monkey wearing a crown from the stands after DeMarcus Cousins raised concerns they shirts were racially inappropriate.
Should Fireworks Be Legal During Lunar New Year Celebrations?Fireworks are a big part of Tet celebrations and other Lunar New Year events, but in most of the Bay Area, they're illegal.
Bay Area Woman Saves Dog From Being Slaughtered For Meat In ChinaThursday marks the Lunar New Year. For a growing number of animal lovers, here and in China, they hope the Year of the Goat will be the time to remember the story of a little dog that inspired a movement.
1000s Turn Out For San Francisco’s Annual Lunar New Year Parade, FestivalThe parade, an annual tradition in San Francisco, is considered the world's largest celebration of the Lunar New Year outside of Asia.