July 2014 Archive

Could PG&E’s federal obstruction charge mean jail time for anyone?

by Jonah Owen Lamb PG&E lied to federal investigators and provided falsified documents in an effort to mislead authorities and hide the company’s culpability in ...

Nearly four years after deadly explosion, San Bruno continues to recover

by Laura Dudnick San Bruno Mayor Jim Ruane was cutting the ribbon to mark the opening of a music store on San Mateo Avenue when, ...

Gleneagles Golf Course to continue negotiating lease with SF through August

by Laura Dudnick Gleneagles Golf Course received a mulligan in its quest to remain open, at least for another month. With the golf course’s lease ...

Magnolia's Dave McLean Returns to Curate Beer Lands

Dave McLean is a busy man these days. The owner and head brewer at Magnolia Gastropub and Brewery in the heart of the Haight launched ...

Golden Gate Bridge Lane Closures Start Tonight

Note to those traveling to Marin this week: The Golden Gate Bridge will close several lanes of traffic starting tonight as crews prepare to install ...

Reader Sends Us Image of "Parking Shame" Note Penned in Ketchup

Yesterday, we riled up city drivers by posting a parking note that we thought illustrated just how far people were willing to go to secure ...

Mysterious Crop Circle Appears In Wheat Field

The ornate design – 75 metres in diameter (246ft) – attracts thousands of visitors after it is discovered by a balloonist.

Axe Flies Through Car Windshield On Highway

Police praise the driver for obeying the speed limit after an axe falls from a truck and smashes through the glass.

Why the Most Overused Joke in Movies Needs to Be Retired

By Michael Swaim  Published: July 30th, 2014 

5 Reasons The Classic American Summer Is Totally Dead

By Mark Hill  Published: July 30th, 2014  It’s almost August, folks. Has the summer of 2014 felt a little bit off to you? Not quite ...

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