A Tow truck headed your way is never a good sign. Ether it's there to pluck away the car you parked illegally, or it's there to haul away your shitty car that won't start. Either way, it means you will be taking the bus home.
But don't think that the pleasure is all theirs, especially after the Sa ... More >>
By C. Stiles
Robert PedrazaIn a recent SF Weekly cover story, Worms in the Apple, writer Tim Elfrink detailed the saga of the Rudy and Robert Pedraza, a couple of rogue computer programming brothers who hacked Apple's OS X and retooled it for use on cheaper PCs.
Elfrink wrote about h ... More >>
Three guards employed by Akal Security, a prominent New Mexico-based corporation that contracts with federal courthouses around the country, are making some pretty shocking claims about their employer and workplace -- the Northern District Court in San Francisco.
Their complaint, filed rec ... More >>
In November of last year, the SF Weekly published a cover story on the all-out duck fight going on between the city's rival amphibious tours, Bay Quackers and Ride the Ducks. Bay Quackers is the smaller, locally owned business that's been around about five years; Ride the Ducks belongs to ... More >>