Information To Health, Meals, Enjoyable, Staying Related Whereas Social Distancing – CBS San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – KCBS reporter Liam Mayclem will provide KPIX 5 users with a weekly tip list on how best to survive the current coronavirus outbreak.

Saturday 5 p.m.
Experience the most delicious show in the world with stars from food and football – the 7th annual culinary prelude. The event will be virtual this year, but it promises to be just as fun. Chefs Charlie Palmer, Michael Mina, Adam Sobel and Michael Lewis will cook up a storm with the NFL Hall of Famers Ronnie Lott, Marshal Faulks and Charlies Woodson. These legends of food and soccer will talk and eat with legendary winemaker John Anthony from JaM Cellars & John Anthony Vineyard. Hosts Sage Steele and yours really. Register, buy a ticket and support the Culinary Institute of America and All Stars Helping Kids. Become a legend this Saturday at 5 p.m.

SUNDAY 3:30 p.m.

This weekend Tom Brady leads the bucks to SUPER-BOWL 55 against the Kansas City Chiefs. Will Brady from the Bay Area bring home his 7th Super Bowl ring? The Weeknd is performing on the halftime show and we know it’s going to pop !!
Watch on KPIX 5

The year is 1939 and Britain is on the brink of war. The constantly passing RAF planes are a reminder of this. Behind a large Suffolk mansion are a series of mounds of earth indicating the possibility that ancient artifacts are buried underground. Edith Pretty (Carey Mulligan), a tasteful and well-known widow, has hired a local digger named Basil Brown (Ralph Fiennes) to help her find possible finds. Great story and Oscar-worthy appearances make this a must see on Netflix.

FRIDAY 11 a.m.

Join a one-of-a-kind virtual fundraiser for Winchester Hospice in the UK. I’ll make a special Valentine’s Day breakfast: ENGLISH MUFFIN HEART, HAM & EGGS. I’ll share the recipe on mine Instagram page @liammayclem

This biography of one of the most brilliant and beloved directors of Holywood by Mark Harris says a lot: Nichols was an outsider who found his place, he lived big, and as a director Mike Nichols defied categorization. From Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf to The Graduate, Birdcage to Angels in America and his last film, Charlie Wilsons War – each film on its own track and the one constant by Nichols – “makes the characters real”. That was the mark he had set before anyone else, telling great stories that the masses and critics would associate with. A great book about a great man who lived a rich, fulfilling life and enriched our lives in the process. Nichols died of a heart attack in 2014 at the age of 83.

The American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement is encouraging people to take action in February by wearing red on National Wear Red Day on that day, Friday 5th, to raise awareness of cardiovascular disease sharpen. It’s the greatest female killer in America.

Enjoy the SUPERBOWL weekend.
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