Earlier this month, Sergeant Carl T unwittingly became the center of a media firestorm quicker than it takes to race a Lamborghini through the Broadway Tunnel. T -- who legally changed his last name from Tennenbaum -- posted a video on his Facebook page captioned "Broadway tunnel. 100 Miles per hou ... More >>
If anything, that hyperbolic video a local cop posted of himself in Lamborghini roaring through the Broadway tunnel at high speed -- and drunk -- made for a nice instructional video of what not to do.
No, veteran police Sgt. Carl T. wasn't actually wasted, nor was he speeding at 100 mph as he sta ... More >>
The always zany Sgt. Carl T might have thought he was being funny -- or at least he was having fun -- when he posted on his Facebook page a video of a speeding Lamborghini with comments noting haw fast the car was going and drunk its passengers were.
T -- who legally changed his name from Tennenba ... More >>
Earlier today, SFist ran a story about an eye-opening Facebook post from veteran San Francisco cop Sergeant Carl T. T -- who legally changed his name from Tennenbaum after a superior officer told him he couldn't have a name tag reading "Carl T." -- posted on his Facebook page a video of a Lamborghin ... More >>
The 49ers didn't sign Brandon Jacobs for his speed. They signed him for his power. He's happy to flaunt both, though, as evidenced by his participation in what people are now calling "Death Race 2012."
On March 30, two days after Jacobs signed a $1.6 million contract with the Niners, two New Jersey ... More >>
Each week we take a quick,
cautious look at what's going on with televised cooking. This week:
The Donatella Project, a new Dirk Balthazar novel by the
Hugo-award winning author of the Sigma Protocol and the Prometheus
Deception, on March 10 and 11 on the Cooking Channel.
What's the Donatella Pr ... More >>
1. The critics take on Modernist Cuisine. As SFoodie mentioned yesterday, Nathan Myhrvold's 2,438-page Modernist Cuisine is now out, and most of the big papers are running reviews today. Legendary cookbook author Michael Ruhlman, writing in the New York Times, and Washington Post contributor Andr ... More >>
Superstar session drummer and Dadaist marketing genius Josh Freese (Devo, A Perfect Circle, the Vandals) sells himself, his famous friends, and all-you-can-eat shrimp at Sizzler to promote his new album.