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The city of San Francisco kicked off its Juneteenth celebrations with the first annual Juneteenth Parade on Saturday.
San Francisco starts up its outdoor movie season again Friday night, as the new series Ferry Flicks brings beer and SF-centric movies like “Vertigo,” “Bullitt,” and “Sister Act.”
Returning for another year, Exploratorium’s annual light art show, "GLOW: Discover the Art of Light," returns on November 17 and will showcase works from six participating artists.
Chrome glistened in the sun and car hopping was taken to new heights at this year’s King of the Streets Lowrider Car Show and Hopping Contest.
The Exploratorium won’t be reopen in time for Pride, but they are throwing three Pride events in their weekly Thursday night After Dark series.
You won’t need proof of vaccination or a negative test result to visit the Exploratorium when it reopens this summer, but the Tactile Dome will be off-limits.
NBC's new dramedy "Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist" is set in San Francisco, with some scenes filmed in North Beach.
"Inflatable: Expanding Works of Art" gathers air-filled works by five artists.
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The installation lets viewers peek into the daily life of Haifa, more than 7,000 miles away.
The forum's new home brings cutting-edge technology and architecture to an historic site.
fnnch wants the city to decriminalize the use of wheatpaste and stickers for public art.
A crowd of 20,000 showed up for a surprise lunchtime performance on the Embarcadero.