COVID Reopening: San Francisco Details Protocols for Resuming Live Indoor EventsOfficials in San Francisco on Wednesday provided details on capacity limits and safety protocols for indoor live-audience events and other gatherings to resume starting Thursday, April 15.
COVID Safety: Warriors Officials Give Preview of Chase Center's Pandemic ProtocolsGolden State Warriors fans will finally be allowed back into Chase Center in San Francisco a week from Friday to root for the team in-person.
COVID: San Francisco Nightlife Rebounds as Pandemic Restrictions EaseWith rebounding traffic, diners eating indoors and movies projected on the silver screen at Fort Mason, Friday nights in the city feel a lot different from what they were a year ago.
DMX, Electrifying Rapper Who Defined 2000s Rap, Dies at 50DMX, the prolific rapper and actor who rose to fame in the late 1990s and 2000s, has died nearly a week after suffering a heart attack, his family said in a statement Friday. He was 50 years old.
Liam’s List: Friday April 9 - Food, Glorious Food; Music?by Prince & a Royal FarewellKCBS reporter Liam Mayclem will be providing KPIX 5 users with a weekly tip list on how best to survive the current coronavirus outbreak.
San Francisco Bringing Back Sunday Streets Program This WeekendAfter the pandemic cancelled many events last year, the city plans to host the return of Sunday Streets this weekend.
COVID Reopening: California To Allow For Indoor Gatherings, Concerts April 15; Testing Or Vaccination RequiredCalifornia will allow indoor concerts, theater performances and other private gatherings starting April 15 as the rate of people testing positive for the coronavirus nears a record low.
Berkeley Steam Trains To Start Running Again At Tilden Regional Park
COVID Reopening: Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk Rides To Open April 1; Reservations UrgedThe Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk is set to reopen select rides starting Thursday, April 1, the same day amusement parks in California are allowed to resume operations with limited capacity.
Brian Rohan, San Francisco 'Dope' Lawyer Who Defended Grateful Dead Dies at 84Brian Rohan, who was known as San Francisco’s “dope lawyer” for 1960s counterculture clients like the Grateful Dead and Ken Kesey, has died. He was 84.