It's never a good look when someone with a net worth of $18 million dollars claims that his employer is forcing him into "indentured servitude." Then again, radio personality Michael Savage isn't a man of tact.
In 2010, he sued Talk Radio Network, which controlled his syndicated radio show, for "a ... More >>
From print to broadcast to online, there's very little the media's gotten right about this Boston tragedy before getting it wrong multiple times.
The New York Post exaggerated the death toll from Monday's Boston Marathon bombings by 400 percent before joining InfoWars in misidentifying three diffe ... More >>
Turns out, the very scary conservative Michael Savage couldn't keep his mouth shut for long. The shock jock's radio show "The Savage Nation" is reportedly going back on the air next week via Cumulus Media Networks on KSFO-AM San Francisco.The show, formerly in the 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Eastern time ... More >>
San Francisco's infamous right wing radio host Michael Savage will no longer be able to berate listeners over the airwaves -- at least not for now. That's because KNEW-910 AM, the local Clear Channel station, has dropped him from the local airwaves and replaced him with John and Ken, a pair of ... More >>
San Francisco, oddly enough, has something of a rich history when it comes to conservative talk-radio hosts. Who can forget the memorable international affair involving our own Michael Savage, who was banned from entering the United Kingdom in 2009 because of his right-wing statements on the air? ... More >>
British government thinks Michael Savage is a savage.Michael Savage, the San Francisco-based shock jock was, well, shocked to learn this week that the British government renewed its ban to keep the notorious conservative radio host from entering the United Kingdom. Savage, 69, the bombastic, righ ... More >>
Michael Savage is an angry man. Conservative talk radio host Michael Savage is trying to dump Talk Radio Network, but claims in a federal lawsuit that the radio syndicate is not taking to the split nicely, threatening him with a $4 million lawsuit for breaking his contract. Meanwhile, Talk Radio ... More >>
Thanks to The Social Network, tech is hot! And sexy -- meow. And whenever anything is hot and sexy, Hollywood mauls it until it's bleeding and dying from liver failure in an El Segundo psych ward. But that's a few years off! Right now tech movies are getting a little of the "ol' treatment," if yo ... More >>
San Francisco, a city quite accustomed to ostentatious displays of affection, this past week has played host to one so shocking that locals have felt compelled to look the other way. We're talking about the love-fest between the left-wing intelligentsia at The New Yorker magazine, and Michael ... More >>
Ky MichaelsonCombine rockets and toilets and you get this ... and Gavin Newsom's big donors. Credit where credit is due: If there's one thing Gavin Newsom can do with elan, it's accept a check. Perhaps sometimes there's a little too much elan -- he recently returned a hefty donation from Russell Wei ... More >>
Will it burn a hole in his pocket? Last month we reported on how gubernatorial candidate Gavin Newsom took a hefty donation from Rockstar Energy Drinks' CEO Russell Weiner. When the media began reporting extremist positions Weiner touted on immigration and same-sex marriage in the past (and that he' ... More >>
Drown your sorrows in RockstarYesterday we reported some of the more interesting names on would-be Governor Gavin Newsom's major donor's list -- including ousted Yahoo CEO Jerry Yang, a bevy of movie moguls and Russell Weiner, the man behind Rockstar Energy Drinks. Weiner is also the son of right-wi ... More >>
A fund-raising 'Rock Star'?Heading into today's Gavin Newsom "New Direction for California" fund-raiser at the Palace Hotel -- when plenty of folks will shell out good money to San Francisco's gubernatorial candidate and erstwhile mayor -- it's worth taking a look at who has already ponied up the bi ... More >>
By Joe Eskenazi
A veteran elevator repairman told SF Weekly several scenarios that have killed a number of his colleagues over the years are also plausible explanations as to why Dr. Dan Kliman was found dead at the bottom of an elevator shaft earlier this month.
Kliman, 38, was a fiery pro-Is ... More >>
By Joe EskenaziThe San Francisco Police Department's may have called in a platoon of new investigators to probe Dan Kliman's death, but, for all we know, they brought in a troupe of Marcel Marceaus.Gone are the days when garrulous Inspector Matt Krimsky would give detailed breakdowns of the police's ... More >>