SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – KCBS reporter Liam Mayclem will provide KPIX 5 users with a weekly tiplist on how best to survive the current coronavirus outbreak.
FILM: SAN FRANCISCO FILM FESTIVAL
Sat, April 17th at 4:00 p.m.
Join SFFILM and pay tribute to the inimitable Vanessa Kirby and celebrate her impressive career with a SFFILM Special Impact Award. She is known to many for her amazing performance as Princess Margaret on the top rated show “The Crown”.
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FOOD: SAN FRANCISCO RESTAURANT WEEK
Now until Sunday the 18th.
The happy days are back as restaurants invite you to dine outdoors and indoors for Restaurant Week in San Francisco.
Indoor dining is allowed 25% indoors and soon 50%. From BBQ to tacos, from Americans to authentic Mexicans, this week-long food festival has something for everyone. The diverse Prix-Fixe menus offer guests the opportunity to support restaurants and keep their bellies happy. Call ahead to make sure your favorite restaurant is open.
MUSIC: PRINCE POSTHUMOUS POP
Prince fans can enjoy themselves like a king: “Welcome 2 America”, a 12-track album recorded by Prince in 2010 at Paisley Park Studios, will finally see the light of day on July 30th. New, limited editions have just been launched, from gold vinyl to double-album photo books.
AWARDS: AMERICAN COUNTRY
Sunday 8 p.m. on KPIX 5
Country music star Kane Brown is set to sweep the board at the Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday. Zane has already received the Music Video of the Year award for Worldwide Beautiful. Kane will tour all 29 NBA arenas this fall.
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RIP: A Royal Farewell (1921-2021)
Saturday 7 a.m. on KPIX 5
The world says goodbye to Queen Elizabeth’s 73-year-old husband Prince Philip this Saturday. The intimate service takes place at St George’s Chapel in Windsor. Gayle King will host CBS coverage and will be featured on television networks around the world.
MURAL: HELP END FOOD UNCERTAINTY
Friday 10 a.m.
Chef Tyler Florence and Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf unveiled the city’s tallest mural on Friday, drawing attention to the hunger the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated across the world. Artist Victor Ash’s 190 foot high mural was painted on the side of the Oakland Marriott City Center on 1001 Broadway. Oakland prides itself on its murals with more than 1,000 across the city.
Have a nice weekend.
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