The law offices of Angela Alioto confirmed today that papers have been filed inaugurating Ralph Barbieri's wrongful termination lawsuit against his former employer KNBR and its parent companies. Barbieri, a ubiquitous voice on Bay Area airwaves for nearly three decades, was abruptly dismissed by the ... More >>
Japandroids at the FillmoreAh, twenty-ten. Two thousand and ten. Two years before our state warps and crackles and slides into a boiling sinkhole that used to be the Pacific Ocean. It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. There was a pretty good Sage Francis song called "The Best of T ... More >>
Jason Segel: They loved you, manCelebrity Autobiography w/ Rachel Dratch, Laura Kightlinger, Laraine Newman, Steve Schirripa, Jason Segel, Fred Willard, Dayle Reyfel and Eugene Pack SF Sketchfest Sunday, Jan. 31, 2010 Cobb's Comedy Club Better than: Reading Suzanne Somers' poetry alone. One ... More >>
After a five-year run, the weekly 18-and-up drum-and-bass night "Trauma" will throw its last Thursday night party tonight at El Rincon. In an effort to snazz up the image of the Mission dive, the bar's new management has decided to stop doing 18-and-over events and have promoters pay for their ow ... More >>
Justin PageStay classy, San FranciscoWitness intimidation! Religious and sexual harassment! Bacteria-infested sandwiches! If that's the week it was, we're extra glad it's Friday. Also, time for a quiz: 1. Which of the following epithets did Assemblyman Tom Ammiano shout when Gov. Arnold Schwarzen ... More >>
Interesting men are all too common latelyI'll admit it -- I listen to a lot of Energy 92.7. And over the past weeks and months, that's meant I've been repeatedly subjected to Dos Equis' "Interesting Man," commercials. You know, the one's about the old guy guy with the spray-on tan w ... More >>
Regret is for suckas. Do what you're gonna do and don't look back. But when it comes to the song "Regret" by the hotly-tipped Heartbreak boys, I'm a believer. The duo (one Brit, one Argentinean) regresses for good reason on this track, throwing together some very theatrical industrial dance vi ... More >>
During the height of his popularity in the mid-'80s, Mr. T was a merchandising machine. There were the B.A. Baracus action figures, the Saturday morning cartoon show, and the coloring books. An S.F. expatriate (who now lives in Michigan) discovered that one of those old Mr. T coloring books ... More >>
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