Happy Friday Bay Area! You’re beautiful.
You surely had a busy week, so we’re going to help you out with the big headlines. Here are the biggest stories from the last few days.
Something’s a-brewing over at Levi’s Stadium, and it stinks. Jed York and Co. have given up lots of the 49ers’ big power players (Patrick Willis retired and Frank Gore signed with the Colts, just to name a couple) and things aren’t looking good for the future of the team. Just keep saying, “Faithful. Faithful. Faithful…”
Outside Lands Music Fest just released their Early Bird tickets even earlier this year, meaning that the lineup might be early this year too. We’re still not sure who’s playing, but we do have some suspicions. Read up on them!
Oof. What a mess. The Marvin Gaye Estate recently sued Robin Thicke and Pharrell over ‘Blurred Lines’ and they now owe the family over $7 million big ones. But that’s not all — the estate is not reportedly set on suing Pharrell for “Happy” over the same criteria.
You may not actually be a horrible person, but that doesn’t mean you don’t love Cards Against Humanity (“the party game for horrible people”). Well, lucky you — a smart person with a lot of time adapted the game into an online format, so users can play the game on their phone.
In an eerie (and kind of spooky/odd) video apparently created by someone claiming to be involved with Anonymous, a masked man claims that Kanye needs “a lesson on humility, and responsibility, over his out of control, hypocritical and impulsive actions,” and that the group is going to give it to him. Errr…stay safe Kimye?