Hey Bay Area!
It was a funny, scary, and kind of sad week in the news again, but we know you’re busy so we rounded up the week’s biggest stories to save you some time.
Catch all the biggest stories right here.
People surely think their glances at women’s breasts go unnoticed. As this ad demonstrates, they’re not always right. Everyone—straight, gay, male, female, anyone along the spectrum—we all check each other out. I don’t know, I guess we’re just curious people. This video actually points to a more important message, but it does so in a pretty creative way.
Is it just us or was this year’s festival RAD??? This year’s lineup featured Neon Trees, Matt Nathanson and more, and great vibes were felt all around. We interviewed acts like American Authors, took lots of photos, and even heard a great cover of “All About That Bass” by Nathanson. Check out all the reviews, photos and interviews in the link above.
Hmm, not cool bro. A passenger riding in an San Francisco Uber car was in a disagreement with his driver about which route to take when the driver saw fit to attack him with a hammer. Uber isn’t claiming responsibility, even going so far as to not even refund the guy’s mandatory “Safe Rides Fee”, which clearly this wasn’t. Uber has since refunded it, but come on—not cool.
The thing about ghost-hunting is that many times, there’s a very real risk that if you head into an abandoned property to investigate, there’s a good probability that you’re going to leave in handcuffs. The Bay is pretty old, and there are a good deal of businesses and structures still in operation here that have been around for over 150 years. That being said, we put a bunch of them on a list, so you can explore the Boo Area without getting hurt or in trouble (plus maybe grab a slice of pizza or a dry martini in the process). Happy Halloween!
File this one under: Yikes. Dr. Nancy Snyderman, a former KPIX reporter was flown back from Liberia in West Africa to be quarantined following a report that a photographer she and her crew were working with tested positive for Ebola. Snyderman is now a medical correspondent for NBC News, and is as of yet, showing no symptoms.
- The Buzz: A 1900s Drone In SF, A Barbie Fishing Pole, & A Giant Hazing
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- The Buzz: Best Bands In The Bay, #HeidiTrumpsTrump, And Bugs At Burning Man!
- The Buzz: A Waxy Austin Mahone, A Happy Macklemore, And An Impressed Dave Grohl
- The Buzz: 1,000 Italians Rock For Foo, Macklemore Opens Up, And Bacon Gingers Unite!
- The Buzz: Siri Sasses, Caitlyn Speaks, And Channing Lends A Hand