The city by the bay's favorite adopted son led a virtual singalong of his “I Left My Heart In San Francisco” classic Saturday to raise spirits and salute caregivers during the coronavirus outbreak. John Ramos reports. (4-25-20)

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Socially-Distanced San Franciscans Join Tony Bennett Virtually to Sing 'I Left My Heart in San Francisco'The city by the bay's favorite adopted son led a virtual singalong of his “I Left My Heart In San Francisco” classic Saturday to raise spirits and salute caregivers during the coronavirus outbreak. John Ramos reports. (4-25-20)
Coronavirus Crowd Control: Arts, Entertainment and Sports Events Canceled, PostponedCOVID-19 ripple effects are reaching into the worlds of sports and entertainment where large crowds are a given. Andria Borba reports (3-12-20)
Italy Coronavirus Outbreak Nixes Tour Plan for Bay Area Rock ViolinistYoko Miyakawa plays violin in a heavy-metal rock band Flesh God Apocalypse whose Italian tour dates have been postoned. Don Ford reports. (3-12-20)
History Comes Alive: Monterey County 8th Graders See 'Hamilton'Every 8th grader in Monterey County has an opportunity to see the live stage performance of Broadway mega-hit "Hamilton" thanks to the Dan and Lillian King Foundation. Allen Martin reports. (3-5-20)
San Francisco Native Johnny Mathis Brings New Tour to Bay AreaWhat were the chances Johnny Mathis would still be touring 64 years after recording his first album? Sharon Chin reports. (2-28-20)
High School Marching Band in San Jose Invited to London New Year ParadeThe marching band and color guard from San Jose's Independence High School will be packing up their instruments and heading across the pond to London for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Mark Sayre explains. (2-8-20)
Previewing the 92nd Academy AwardsCongress is rolling out the red carpet at the Dolby Theater, as Hollywood gets ready to honor last year's best and brightest. Chris Martinez reports. (2-7-20)
Eclectic Martinez Music Club Armando's to CloseRoy Jeans says his eclectic music venue in a storefront on Marina Vista Avenue in Martinez will close Feb. 9. Andrea Nakano reports (1-30-20)
Linda Ronstadt, Michael Tilson Thomas Honored at 42nd Kennedy Center CeremonyTwo more celebrated San Francisco artists have been recognized by the prestigious Kennedy Center Honors. Jackie Ward reports. (12-13-19)
Iconic S.F. Music Revue 'Beach Blanket Babylon' Nears Final CurtainBeach Blanket Babylon, one of San Francisco's most popular attractions and the city's longest-running musical revue, is getting ready to close its doors for good at the end of the year. Sharon Chin reports. (11-28-19)
49ers Sue Santa Clara After City Nixes Team’s Levi’s Stadium Management AgreementThe feud between the 49ers and the city of Santa Clara is escalating days after city leaders voted to end the team's management of concerts and other events at Levi's Stadium. Kiet Do reports. (9-20-19)
SAP Center Celebrates 25th AnniversaryThe SAP Center's three day music festival to commemorate its 25th anniversary kicked off Friday with an impressive country music star lineup and enhanced security. Maria Medina reports. (9-13-19)
Metallica and S.F. Symphony Rock Chase CenterIt was a night of firsts for fans, for Metallica and for the San Francisco Symphony -- the first-ever concert at Chase Center. Betty Yu was there. (9-6-19)
Best Ways to Get to Chase Center Don't Include DrivingWith Chase Center in San Francisco hosting its inaugural concert Friday night with Metallica and the San Francisco Symphony, officials at the venue are encouraging people to take public transportation. Devin Fehely reports. (9-6-19)
Locals Weigh Routes to Chase Center on Eve of Metallica ConcertWith Metallica set to play there on Friday, it’s finally time to put 18,000 people inside Chase Center. Wilson Walker reports. (9-5-19)
Band Whose Music Was Halted by Gilroy Gunman Returns to Stage to Benefit VictimsA Bay Area classic-rock band that was playing at the Gilroy Garlic Festival when shots suddenly rang out returned to the stage for the first time since the mass shooting. Maria Medina reports. (8-15-19)
San Jose Jazz Summer Fest Adds Security in Wake of Gilroy TragedySan Jose mayor Sam Liccardo echoed the sentiments of many in the South Bay, tweeting: "we will not allow the recent violence that has terrorized our nation undermine our collective passion for coming together." Maria Medina reports. (8-9-19)
SFPD Preps for Heightened Security at Outside Lands in Golden Gate ParkWith the first notes of the annual Outside Lands festival in Golden Gate Park less than 24 hours away, San Francisco officials are focusing on security concerns in the wake of last weekend's mass shootings. (8-8-19)
Outside Lands Blazes New Trail to Permit Pot for 1st TimeOrganizers have filed an application with the state cannabis office to allow marijuana sales and consumption at this year's Outside Lands festival in Golden Gate Park. Joe Vazquez reports. (7-26-19)
Don't Miss Wayne Harris In 'Mother's Milk' At The MarshWayne Harris talks to BR's Christin Ayers about his show called 'Mother's Milk' happening at the Marsh in Berkeley that's getting rave reviews. In fact it was named 'Theatre Bay Area's Editor's Pick'.
Bottlerock Festival Gets Rocking Fueled by Wine and SelfiesFriday was the first night of Bottlerock which has placed Napa on the map of not-to-be-missed music festivals nationwide. Katie Nielsen reports. (5-24-19)
Carnaval San Francisco: Low-Riders Will Lead the ParadeSan Francisco's big Carnaval parade is set to take over the Mission District this Sunday and KPIX 5's Joe Vazquez takes a look at the low-rider lifestyle that helped define Bay Area Latino culture. (5-24-19)
Acclaimed University Choir Survives Fiery Hwy 101 Crash to Sing in S.F.A celebrated vocal group from Oakwood University in Alabama came to San Francisco to perform at a church and, despite being involved in a horrendous, fiery crash Saturday morning, their concert will be held as planned. Andrea Nakano reports. (5-4-19)
High School Sex Worker Featured in School Paper Debuts as Stripper in S.F.From Stockton high school student to sex worker, telling one teenager's story became a battle over free speech. KPIX 5's Betty Yu caught up with the student right before her debut as a stripper in San Francisco Friday night. (5-3-19)

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