Candles, costumes and painted faces made their way through the Mission on Saturday for Day of the Dead.
The 37th Annual Leap Sandcastle Classic was all about sand, fun and games.
Activists also shut down entrances to big banks like Chase and Wells Fargo, with employees barred from entering.
There was pride and protest in the streets at San Francisco's 49th Annual Pride Parade this weekend.
Culture, color, music and fun took over the Mission District this past weekend as San Francisco celebrated its 41st annual Carnaval.
The 10-week music festival opens on June 16, closing out with The Isley Brothers on August 18.
The sun was shining and Irish eyes were smiling for the city's 168th St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Take a visual look at the fun and festivities.
Irish comics are delivering culture and laughs, just in time for Paddy's Day.
Lost and injured animals from Butte County are finding homes and care in San Francisco after the Camp Fire. Here's how you can pitch in.
This year's massive sand sculptures included a sunglass-wearing octopus, a giant panda and clasped hands of friendship.
The ten-week performance series kicks off on June 17.
The event offers a collection of pop-up shops, refreshments and a free movie.
SF SPCA employs about 110 technicians, making it the city’s largest veterinary employer.
More than 5,000 participants from around the country made their way down Market Street.
A fundraiser on Sunday will support the Medical Clown Project and its partner health care facilities.
The new store will add artwork, gifts and even an adult line to its offerings.
For those who haven’t yet discovered the joy of tea, a French press is available for coffee drinkers.
Owner Michelle Huang Scott hopes to find another location and continue providing free therapy for kids.
The plaque was installed just in time for Sunday's annual Jerry Day concert in McLaren Park.
Target's fifth small format store in the city opens this week at Stonestown Galleria.
Compact and cute, hundreds of the stumpy dogs took over Ocean Beach on Saturday.
Designed for various skill levels and ages, the climbing wall is part of a $14 million renovation.
Leaving family, friends and memories behind in Iraq to start a new life in America made her "a more resilient person," she says.
Named for a 19th-century ladies' cycling club, Lady Falcon is the latest venture from the woman behind Java Beach Cafe and Beachside Cafe.
The city's quality-of-life task force returned to address concerns along the Irving Street corridor.