Police late Monday identified a 19-year-old man as a suspect in the shooting of about 20 people during a Mother's Day parade in New Orleans, saying several people had identified him as the gunman captured by surveillance camera videos. Read More
Gunmen opened fire on people marching in a neighborhood Mother's Day parade in New Orleans on Sunday, wounding at least 19. Read More
Back at the scene of the worst post-World Series mayhem, there were no buses being destroyed — or any vehicles at all. But they would soon arrive, carrying the heroes of this and prior generations — Willie Mays, Orlando Cepeda, Will Clark and Barry Zito.
Yes, Barry Zito.
When the 2012 season began, few would have predicted that Zito would start — let alone win — Game 1 of the World Series. But that he did, and the hordes of Giants fans huddled around the intersection of Third and Market streets Wednesday let him know exactly how they felt as his vehicle crawled by.
When more than 1 million people pour into The City — something that’s likely to happen for the Giants’ World Series parade Wednesday—public transportation will likely suffer from overcrowding, delays and disruptions. Read More
San Francisco has lost its well-attended LovEvolution celebration to Oakland after city leaders and event organizers butted heads last year.
LovEvolution began eight years ago and grew to about 100,000 attendees in 2009. It kicked off with a parade along Market Street culminating in an electronic dance celebration in the Civic Center Plaza, which lasted for hours. Read More
If you're coming into The City for Fourth of July festivities, here's some information to help you deal with the transit and parking crunch.
Parking: Parking meters will be enforced on Monday so beware. Residential parking permit areas, however, will not be enforced. Read More
Thousands lined the streets in San Francisco's Mission District Sunday for the 33rd annual Carnaval parade and street festival.More than 300,000 participants were expected to attend the two-day San Francisco Carnaval 2011 "Live Your Fantasy" celebration, presented by San Francisco Cultural Arts Traditions. The event began Saturday morning and continued Sunday morning with the grand parade. Read More
Michael and Maureen Moriarty are the husband-and-wife duo who will be grand marshals at Saturday’s St. Patrick’s Day parade. Michael has been president of the United Irish Societies, the Kerry Athletic Club, the United Irish Cultural Center and was the longest-serving president of the San Francisco Gaelic Athletic Association. Read More