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For a third year in a row, the interior of 100 Muni buses will display artwork from Bay Area artists over the next four months.
San Francisco's Asian Art Museum Tuesday revealed plans for a $90 million upgrade to its building and programming.
Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey took the Outside Lands opportunity to offer a little history lesson to millennials.
Outside Lands kicked off its second day of music, art and cuisine under an overcast sky.
Millennials from far and wide soaked in the glow of Day 1 of the 10th annual Outside Lands festival Friday.
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.
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.
Mission artist and muralist Josué Rojas exudes an eclectic mix of old-school cool and contemporary creativity.
Screenwriter Meghan Dubitsky hopes her new web series will get her foot in the door to Hollywood.
Worldwide graffiti artist Banksy's "Haight Street Rat" is coming back to San Francisco.
Market Street could soon be lit up with lights sparkling along its overhead wires.
The public is invited to choose a nickname for an ancient Chinese vessel shaped like a rhinoceros.
Selfies of all shapes and sizes wrapped around the Cesar Chavez Student Center Art Gallery.
The creators of the original fairy door in Golden Gate Park have installed a new little portal, much to everyone's delight.
To literally touch greatness, hop off BART at 19th St. Oakland.
If you shudder at being separated from Rothko No. 14 until 2016, cram all you can into your postmodern brain until Sunday for free.
A wee little door that mysteriously appeared in a Golden Gate Park tree is becoming the park's latest attraction.
Igniting a U.S. map made of matchsticks was the easy part. The fire department was needed to help put it out.
The man responsible for dressing Michael Jackson will be signing his new book Tuesday at the Ferry Building.
Police received more than a dozen reports of vandalism following the "Special Delivery" event in Berkeley Saturday.
The Bay Lights — an epic public art installation on the Bay Bridge — has gotten the green light for early 2013.
SEIU Local 1021 members at the Legion of Honor and de Young Museum authorized a strike after nearly a year of labor negotiations.
Fremont artist Owen Smith and BART have partnered to take ridership right into the local literary experience.
Last May, three filmmakers took off in a converted airport shuttle to document 70 of California's State Parks threatened due to budget cuts.
UC Santa Cruz is the keeper of the official Grateful Dead archive, and they're putting many unique items on public display starting this Friday.
One man is setting out to light up the Bay Bridge in a unique art installation with over 25,000 programmable lights.
A Marin exhibit remembers a time when songs told stories about virtually everything instead of just hooking up and partying.
Some people are real buzzkills. Like those in charge of Berkeley library's north branch.
Forget about just staring at photos or walking across it. Now you can put your drink on it.
SFMOMA's exhibition of Photography in Mexico includes some images you might expect to see, and some you wouldn't.
Which came first? The art or the tattoo? Artist Aaron Hodges tackled the question last weekend.
Who knew performance art could be fun, engaging and get us outside to enjoy nature?
It's the dream of every bargain-hunting, Antiques Roadshow-watching deal hawk in the country. And it actually happened.