Court records obtained by SF Weekly reveal disturbing allegations leveled against Sarah Slocum, San Francisco's self-anointed Google Glass martyr. The Los Angeles Times yesterday reported the existence of a 2012 restraining order against Slocum, requested by her former neighbor after Slocum was ... More >>
It's been a good week for Pablo "Kung Fu Panda" Sandoval. On Tuesday, he helped lead the National League to a Giant blowout in the All-Star game, and today, investigators say there is insufficient evidence to arrest him for alleged sexual assault.On June 1, a 21-year-old Santa Cruz native filed a se ... More >>
The early stages of these sexual assault investigations involving public figures are always difficult for us on the outside to navigate.For at least the next few days, probably for the next few weeks, when you Google "Pablo Sandoval," the words "sexual assault" will pop up near the top of the screen ... More >>
Besides eating and drinking everything in sight, our chief mission at the Fancy Food Show was to forage for compelling new products and companies from the Bay Area. And it was a success; keep your eyes out for these five new standouts, all available now:T. PalmerKari's Malva Pudding: Ready for Recch ... More >>
Gimme Moore: the Moore BrothersYou wouldn't know it from listening to all the AutoTuner-enhanced commercial pap, er, rap on today's "Hot Urban" stations, nor will you catch a gander from classic crock, er, rock outlets, but the American music world is in the midst of an acoustic folk-pop renai ... More >>
Aptos statistics geek Roland Beech just might change how the NBA plays -- and you watch -- basketball
Unless there's been a Newsom/Getty/bin Laden/Bush plot of some kind, how could voters support Care Not Cash?
Superintendent Bill Rojas is pushing a simple solution for troubled schools: Get rid of everybody.
Politicos, prudes, and the paranoid protest the programming heard on Bay Area radio stations to the highest authority in the land -- the Federal Communications Commission