The news that the city's nascent cruise ship terminal could well lose the city boatloads of money is disturbing -- but hardly unanticipated. Last year, SF Weekly obtained a January 2012 e-mail from Port of San Francisco Director Monique Moyer to members of her staff lamenting the proposed cruise shi ... More >>
Andrew "Bart" Simpson is dead, and that's tragedy enough. Sadly, however, it can't end with that. The Olympic gold- and silver-medalist drowned on the bay yesterday when the America's Cup AC72 catamaran he was racing with Team Artemis broke up, flipped, and trapped him beneath it. The British sailor ... More >>
A Swedish sailor with the Artemis racing team died today after the team's America's Cup catamaran capsized as the crew was training near Treasure Island. The Chron reports that the Artemis boat tipped over at about 1:15 p.m. Authorities pulled 13 crew members from the water, including British natio ... More >>
Kid Rock!The squeaky-pitched funk of "Do The Bartman" might not come up often when rap nerds talk about hip-hop's golden era, but during The Simpsons' near 500-episode reign, the show has proved more than willing to spoof the rap world's biggest stars. So with the somewhat curious news that N ... More >>
King Khan & the Shines Thursday, May 28, 2009 Amoeba Better than: Drinking at Murio's Who needs happy hour when you've got the Sultan of Soul to liven up the end of your work day? King Khan & The Shrines' Thursday early evening in-store at Amoeba was a bigger shot of adrenaline than a d ... More >>
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