A San Diego family is asking for your help in finding 20-year-old Crishtian Hughes who traveled to San Francisco earlier this month and has been missing since.
According to a Facebook page, Hughes' mother Kim Nepote, says she dropped him off at the San Diego International Airport on Feb. 4 where h ... More >>
The airlines just found one more way to dehumanize your flying experience. Virgin America Airlines has reserved a first-class seat for the non-breathing SF Giants' World Championship Trophy to ensure the award has plenty of leg room and a comfortable trip to New York City.
The well-deserved trophy ... More >>
If the airlines are deficient at anything, it's making the skies friendlier -- or friendly at all. But in its never-ending quest to be cute, Virgin America Airlines has made another attempt to show us just how much personality the Silicon Valley-based company has. SFist snapped this ... More >>
Giants fans are getting the Opening Day jitters, as they prepare to watch their favorite World Series team take on the Pittsburgh Pirates in San Francisco on April 13. And this year, fans have more than the return of a healthy Buster Posey to look forward to.
It's not quite on par with Hungary's idea to erect a statue of the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs, but Virgin America Airlines -- based in Silicon Valley -- came up with its own creative way of honoring Jobs' memory. According to MacRumors.com, Virgin Airlines -- perhaps best known for flying homeless ... More >>
Luis ChongRottisserie chickens from Tyler Florence: one of many upscale food options at SFO's new Terminal 2, which opened Thursday.SFO's brand new Terminal 2 (T2) became operational Thursday morning at 5 a.m. It's the most food-centered, modern, and eco-friendly airport terminal ever built. ... More >>
Gee, Reddy, seven cents doesn't seem so bad to save the planetThe list of companies opposing Prop. 23, a measure that would knock down California's 2006 anti-greenhouse gas law, reads like a Who's-Who of the sort of high tech and outdoorsy companies that usually line up behind environmentally-fri ... More >>
via flickr by buzz.bishoptweet thisChuck Yeager
is in a tizzy because he claims California's newest airline, Virgin
America, didn't bother to get his permission when using his name to
advertise its in-flight WiFi service.The 86-year-old retired major general is suing the airline, seeking punitive ... More >>
photo via flickr by heatherEast Coast boundLast week, SF Weekly described the Chihuahua epidemic at the San Francisco Animal Care & Control, where the yappy dogs have overpopulated the shelter. Animal Control was begging people to adopt the dogs.And while they didn't find a home locally, the ... More >>
Do you like Twitter? How about charity? And booze - you love booze, don't you? Have I got the event for you! On September 11th a "tweet-up" (ugh) for charity (yay!) begins at 8pm, lasting until the wee small hours of the morning - or 1am - whichever comes first.The original Twestival (held on Feb ... More >>
Thursday, January 12 2009
Photos by Scott Siegel
Better than: Going to a boring old party where you have to wear a nametag of your actual name.
For an event dedicated to us compulsive microbloggers, Twestivalsf proved surprisingly swank - and surprisingly low tech. Hel ... More >>
If the US Airways flight that yesterday took off from La Guardia and got only as far as the Hudson River suffered the "double bird strike" claimed by its pilot, it would just be the latest incidence of a two-pound creature downing a 91,000-pound plane. The Bird Strike Committee USA (yes, such a body ... More >>