Señor Sisig has been serving up Filipino fusion cuisine around the Bay Area for years. Today, one of the food trucks stopped by KTVU to talk all about the influence behind the unique street food.
Bay Area Director Jay Rosenblatt explores a personal story involving his childhood in the Academy Award-nominated short "When We Were Bullies." The documentary is available to stream on HBO Max starting March 30.
Ray Kallmeyer, the CEO of the organizer of the exhibit, spoke to Mornings on 2 The Nine about the rise of NFT art and what people can expect when they visit the exhibit at the San Francisco Mint.
Toni Scott is credited with being the first Black woman to play professional baseball in the Negro League. At one time, she played minor league baseball on the San Francisco Sea Lions, a white team. Today, she is featured in the Google Doodle. Monique Wray, a San Francisco illustrator who drew the doodle, talks to KTVU about Stone.
Oaktown Jazz Workshops is a non-profit, community-based, cultural education organization dedicated to passing on the tradition of jazz music to young people through music instruction, educational presentations and live concerts. KTVU's Sal Castaneda talks with a member of the organization to learn more.
The Tree Twins explain how it all started and what made them do surprise sidewalk appearances.
Sports reporter Tom Rinaldi talks about the new documentary about football great John Madden.
A holiday tradition is getting ready to begin in the South Bay. The Nutcracker returns to California Theatre in San Jose on December 18, 2021.
KTVU talks with author Dina Bartello about a new children's book honoring Michael Morgan, the Oakland Symphony conductor who died in August.
Angela Watson talks about the SF Nutcracker's return.
Banksy, an artist known for his street art, is being celebrated at San Francisco's Palace of Fine Arts with an exhibition that has its public opening Monday. Vicente Fusco, co-producer of the “Unauthorized” Banksy Exhibit, explains.
KTVU's Gasia Mikaelian talks with the President and CEO of See's Candies to celebrate a century of sweetness.
Comedian, musician and actor Nick Cannon talks with Sal Castaneda about a shared passion: deejaying
Trixie Aballa, a local Filipina actress talks about San Francisco's 42nd Street Moon "A Little Night Music"
Retired Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge LaDoris Hazzard Cordell talks about her new book, Her Honor.
Directors Abel Sanchez and Andres Alegria spoke to Mornings on 2 on Saturday about their documentary exploring the life and legacy of Cesar Chavez.