Friday, August 10, 2018 Posted By Kiko Martinez on Fri, Aug 10, 2018 at 9:44 AM click to enlarge Described as “an evening of vaguely island-themed entertainment featuring three men over 40, and also some robots,” Ninja Brian’s All-Star Variety Luau Spectacular is hosted by comedian, keyboardist and retired theoretical physicist (seriously) Brian Wecht (aka Ninja Brian, “a homicidal, masked ninja”). Wecht is one half of the musical comedy duo Ninja Sex Party (NSP), who are releasing their sixth studio album, Cool Patrol, late next week. While the Luau Spectacular doesn’t include NSP singer Dan Avidan, Wecht will be accompanied by some of his other collaborators, including Canadian synthwave band Tupper Ware Remix Party (TWRP), musician and comedian JP Hasson (aka JP Inc.) and Oakland-based electro-funk group Planet Booty. “It’s all sorts of weird shit that you normally don’t get to see at the NSP live shows,” Wecht … [Read more...] about Ninja Sex Party Member Brings All-Star Variety Luau Spectacular to the Tobin
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By Jon Wilner | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: January 14, 2019 at 7:01 am | UPDATED: January 14, 2019 at 7:07 am * The Pac-12 Hotline newsletter is published each Monday-Wednesday-Friday during the college sports season (and twice-a-week in the summer). This edition, from Jan. 11, has been made available in archived form … Ratings for bowl games typically don’t occupy a place of prominence on the Hotline’s radar, but this is not a typical winter. Over the coming months, conferences will finalize the bowl arrangements for the cycle of games beginning with the 2020 season. The partnerships — both existing and potential — are based on a variety of factors, and we’re not suggesting a single ratings point for any given game will impact the Pac-12’s future lineup. That said, the viewership numbers occupy a place on the broader canvass that influences decisions made by the bowls and their … [Read more...] about Hotline newsletter: Three years of bowl ratings, Brock Huard sounds off, Sean Miller on the state of Pac-12 basketball and more
By Jon Wilner | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group February 27, 2019 at 12:17 pm * The Pac-12 Hotline newsletter is published each Monday-Wednesday-Friday during the college sports season (and twice-a-week in the summer). This edition, from Feb. 27, has been made available in archived form … At the behest of its athletic directors, the Pac-12 has (smartly) hired an outside agency to conduct an independent review of football officiating. One of those athletic directors, Arizona State’s Ray Anderson, indicated a similar scrubbing of men’s basketball officiating could be next. But there is another component of conference operations that could stand a fresh set of eyes: Financials. The Pac-12’s books are reviewed by an internal committee. Would the conference agree to allow an outside firm to take a deep dive into every receipt, every expense, every salary, every line on the budget? That’s the question posed by Oregonian … [Read more...] about Hotline newsletter: The Pac-12 is taking a hard look at football officiating; why not have an outside firm review the finances?
By Jon Wilner | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: April 15, 2019 at 11:49 am | UPDATED: April 15, 2019 at 12:00 pm * The Pac-12 Hotline newsletter is published each Monday-Wednesday-Friday during the college sports season (and twice-a-week in the summer). This edition, from April 15, has been made available in archived form … The Hotline returned to work Sunday evening following a multi-day break and discovered a slew of developments awaiting commentary and context. Several are included in the links below, a few will be examined later this week in the stock report, and one demanded immediate mention here. Three schools filled basketball vacancies in the past month, and all three new coaches are white. That isn’t news in and of itself. The news, which comes courtesy of Arizona Daily Star columnist Greg Hansen, is this: There are no African-American head coaches in the conference for the first time since the early 1970s. Reading that fact … [Read more...] about Hotline newsletter: Racial diversity among Pac-12 basketball coaches takes a turn for the nonexistent