Each week, we take a quick, cautious look at what's going on with food TV. This week, 3 Days to Open, a one-hour show about empires crumbling to dust, Fridays at 10 p.m. on the Food Network. In the past few years the Food Network's programming moved from the time-honored strategy of having people c ... More >>
A game show that people have ever cared about -- even a little bit -- can go down, but it will never truly be out. Know the Dick Clark version of Pyramid that started in the 1970s and continued throughout the decade? No? Well, you've probably encountered the Bill Cullen version (also from the '70s), ... More >>
Prostitution is also a crimeLucinda Moyers, the 56-year-old woman charged with allegedly burglarizing Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek's hotel room two weeks ago, says she has an alibi. Mark Jacobs, the deputy public defender handling Moyers' case, said that his client has told the media that she was ... More >>
Will he strike out with voters?Update: District Attorney George Gascón's campaign manager Maureen Erwin told SF Weekly today that she believes David Onek's campaign incorrectly propagated information that Gascón chose to prosecute Lucinda Moyers under the Three Strikes law."From a campaign's st ... More >>
In jeopardy of jail timeThe woman who allegedly tried to rip off Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek while he was asleep in his San Francisco hotel room last week is scheduled to be back in court today, where she will be arraigned. Lucinda Moyers, 56, was busted on Tuesday stealing cash, jewelry, and othe ... More >>
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