Houston will be inducted into the Rock Hall of Fame in May. Two posthumous singles, "Higher Love" with Kygo and "Do You Hear What I Hear?" with Pentatonix, put Houston back on the charts in recent months. … [Read more...] about The Houston Symphony will celebrate ‘The Music of Whitney Houston’
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After he signed in 2017, Mitchell was joined by 10 veterans the 49ers added in the first days of free agency. Among that group, only three players remain with the team — fullback Kyle Juszczyk, kicker Robbie Gould and wide receiver Marquise Goodwin — and only Juszczyk and Gould have meaningful roles. … [Read more...] about How North Shore’s Earl Mitchell got back to 49ers in time for Super Bowl
Elizabeth Hoemeke, SVP, IT Strategy and Global Business Services, Elavon Amy Vasquez, SVP, Strategic Accounts, 3Ci an MAU Company Tracy Ariail, Vice President, Application and Architecture, Republic National Distribution Company (RNDC) Emily Clay, Sr. Director, Product Management, The Home Depot Robbin Jones, Sr. Global IT Product Leader, The Coca-Cola Company Eileen H. Rumfelt, Member Attorney, Miller & Martin, PLLC WIT’s new Directors join WIT’s existing Board of Directors: … [Read more...] about Women in Technology (WIT) Expands Board with Appointment of Six New Directors
"Bill Burroughs, he was a great guy," said Bradley, who declaimed on the writer's merits in a North Beach bar. Bradley suddenly clapped one of his ham-sized hands on the shoulder of a patron sipping a beer at the bar, whom he introduced as a recent friend from Australia. … [Read more...] about Beat Icon William Burroughs Mourned in S.F.
The writers’ room for this season of being alive really balled out when they dreamed up the Duncan Hunter arc. Over the past few years, as details about the conservative congressman’s tenure representing California’s 50th district emerged, the story swung so rapidly from infuriating to hilarious it could have been plucked from an overzealous procedural. Here was a candidate who looked like a Golf Channel pundit, the successor to a West Coast political dynasty, who took charge of a Republican stronghold in the bluest state, embezzled some $250,000 in campaign money, got indicted by the feds, and won re-election in spite of it. Then, suddenly he flipped: Hunter pleaded guilty, resigned, and left his seat vulnerable to a Democratic challenger during one of the most engaged and bitter election cycles in recent memory. Add in the staffer affairs, racist dog whistles, 68 unexplained video game payments, an actual rabbit on a plane, and the whole thing sounded like what … [Read more...] about The Surreal Saga of Disgraced GOP Congressman Duncan Hunter and His Campaign’s Missing $250K