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A major American department store chain said Friday it has dropped Ivanka Trump's clothing collection because of low sales.
San Francisco transit riders this week will have a chance to win two tickets to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
A new art installation of six vase-shaped bamboo lanterns in San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza officially launched Monday night.
Two dozen San Francisco restaurants and businesses are banding together to raise funds to help support Tim and Erin Archuleta.
One hundred Muni buses in San Francisco will get decked out with artwork from five Bay Area artists.
Saturday night's photo exhibit seeks to convey messages of resiliency and empowerment following a roller coaster 2016.
A throwback group is set to headline BottleRock, which is planned for May 26-28 at the Napa Valley Expo.
A benefit concert for victims of the Ghost Ship fire will be held Wednesay at the Fox Theater in Oakland.
Presale tickets to the San Francisco run of the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical "Hamilton" have sold out.
Mission artist and muralist Josué Rojas exudes an eclectic mix of old-school cool and contemporary creativity.
A San Francisco man died early Sunday morning while attending a popular music festival in Southern California.
The San Francisco Jewish Film Festival (SFJFF) is marking a vibrant 36th year by offering 68 films from 16 countries at four venues throughout the Bay Area.
Tickets go on sale starting at 10 a.m. Thursday for the final festival on Treasure Island.
Radiohead, LCD Soundsystem and Lionel Richie will headline this August's Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival.
A farm labor contractor and a winemaker must pay $42,300 in penalties for providing poor housing conditions to farm workers in Sonoma County, U.S. Department of Labor officials said.
Between June and September 2015, labor department officials conducted an investigation…
San Francisco's Roxie Theater is taking aim at gender bias in the film industry with its new Ms. Direction series.
Cheers and yells were heard from all directions. Normal for an NFL game, but unusual for Davies Symphony Hall.
Santa Clara may be hosting the football Feb. 7, but San Francisco's Super Bowl City is home to a series of free concerts.
Not into Super Bowl Festivities? SFBay has you covered with a number of free activities.
San Francisco's Super Bowl festivities began with a Bay-sized bang, packing plenty of pyrotechnic punch.
With the theme of "Light up Dolores," San Franciscans welcomed the re-opening of 13.7-acre Mission Dolores Park.
The Harlem Globetrotters mixed a circus atmosphere with basketball, leaving the Oakland crowd filled with joy.
Sylvester Stallone won the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture at Sunday night's awards gala.
Anchor Brewing's newest winter suds are a gift for your holiday taste buds.
Jewelry accessories can be found anywhere in San Francisco, but Quinns Collection adds a twist.
To faithful SFBay readers, I’m elated to announce the birth of the Culture and Arts section.
Beginning in October, Anchor Steam's new beer blends were released on a limited local basis.
Surrounded by gentrification and change, San Franciscans came together Monday night for Day of the Dead.
Tucked away among the buildings of San Francisco’s Fort Mason Center, a struggle between good and evil begins to rise.
The famously free Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival once again takes over Golden Gate Park this weekend.
Screenwriter Meghan Dubitsky hopes her new web series will get her foot in the door to Hollywood.
The film "Concussion" has the cast, and the timing to bring added awareness to repetitive head trauma.
Empty beer cups and souvenir shirts served as the last vestiges of a long Outside Lands weekend.
At Iration’s first Outside Lands, their confidence appears as if they’ve mastered the crowd a hundred times.
If you’ve never attended Outside Lands, know this: overwhelming is an understatement.
Without a cloud in the sky, and energy pulsing through the air, Outside Lands started with a bang.