As I write this, many of my Facebook friends are expressing their profound sadness, and actually issuing "thanks" to Steve Jobs, who died on Wednesday. I'm feeling the same way.
It is astonishing that such sentiments can be felt, at this moment in history, about the CEO of any American corporat ... More >>
From SF Weekly's latest print music section:
The Cool KidsThe Cool Kids: Chuck Inglish, one half of Chicago's retro-styled rappers the Cool Kids, is speaking about releasing the duo's new album, When Fish Ride Bicycles, through a quasirecord label funded by Mountain Dew, the lurid-colored so ... More >>
The trial of the century has grown soggy ... in milkThe man who claims he was misled for years that his Froot Loops and Cap'n Crunch's Crunch Berries allegedly contained froot fruit and berries has given up the cause for confused junk cereal eaters. East Bay cereal litigant Roy Werbel's att ... More >>
Back for another bowl of legal goodness...SF Weekly last year reported on disgruntled cereal-buyer Roy Werbel, who filed suits in San Francisco Federal Court against the makers of Froot Loops and Crunchberries because -- wait for it -- he thought there was fruit in both of them. While Werbel's ca ... More >>
J'accuse!Last year, SF Weekly reported on the legal travails of one Roy Werbel, an East Bay man who filed a pair of class-action suits in San Francisco Federal court. His claim: The deceiving monikers of Froot Loops and Crunchberries cereals had, for years, bamboozled him into believing the break ... More >>
Maybe not a berry, exactly...Last year, SF Weekly reported on the legal travails of one Roy Werbel, an East Bay man who filed a pair of class-action suits in San Francisco Federal court. His claim: The deceiving monikers of Froot Loops and Crunchberries cereals had, for years, bamboozled him ... More >>
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Torte reform: Not sure if this means we live in the most litigious society ever or the stupidest. Slashfood left us slackmouthed with news that a woman in Cali tried to sue Quaker Oats parent PepsiCo because she felt the word "berries" implied th ... More >>
Gorbachev Foundation prez Jim Garrison has something special in mind for San Francisco in September, an international palaver at the Fairmont Hotel. After that, a seat for himself in the U.S. Senate. And then, who knows? Chancellor of the world?