Get your minds out of the gutter. We're talking about traffic lights. Like when you're in a mad dash to make it to that 7:15pm showing of "Mr. Popper's Penguins" so you speed up to make it through the next traffic light. Suddenly, you see a flash. What was it? Well, unless you're like Kurtis and are being trailed by paparazzi, there is a good chance that you just got nabbed by a red light enforcement camera. Do those things really prevent traffic accidents? Do they make us safer in the long-run? Join us as we converse with citizen activist and red light camera nemesis Jay Beeber.
Yep, we've finally decided to do it. Our first official "rerun." We're reaching back into the Worst Show vaults and replaying our #1 show (in terms of listeners.) Be sure to stay tuned through the classic "Ed Ames Tomahawk Throw" bit! Bringing you the absolute worst in web talk radio reruns... guaranteed!
Something will happen during this show. We are sure it will. We will talk about something and then move on to something else. I know that is how it will go down, or something like that. Bringing you the absolute worst in something... guaranteed!
We salute those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the defense of their country and honor them the only way we know how - by not tarnishing this day with one of our crappy shows. Don't get too excited, however, we WILL be back next week to tarnish THAT Monday...
Unfortunately, our hosts had planned to be carried up into the heavens this week, so they prepared nothing while arranging to do a remote from the pearly gates. Join us on June 6th as they explain their embarrassment and how they had to return two sets of black jogging pants and Nike Running shoes...
No, Michael Stipe will not be joining us - sadly. Also sadly, since some believe that the biblical apocalypse will be upon us this upcoming weekend, this may well be our last broadcast. Wait a second... actually... nope. I am pretty sure that no matter what happens we will still be around, so ignore that last statement.
A long time ago… in a decade far, far away…
It was a period of lackluster sci-fi.
Grand Moff George Lucas - based in a hidden fortress deep in Marin County, California - built an amazing Galactic Empire.
And then he blew it all to hell!
Our coverage of the 54th San Francisco International Film Festival continues with a focus on the narrative features on exhibit. We'll be discussing what we've been able to screen since last week's show, and we'll be joined by local film and bicycle enthusiast John Angelico. (Helluva combination of interests...) Mr. Angelico blogs for sfgate.com, the online service of the San Francisco Chronicle. His coverage of the Festival can be found under the "Culture Blog" heading for the aforementioned site.
Our coverage of the 54th San Francisco International Film Festival continues as we turn our focus to the documentary films now being exhibited. We'll be joined my Michael Behrens, Filmmaker Education Manager for the San Francisco Film Society, to discuss the "Causes and Impacts" program. It's a series of ten films (eight documentaries and two narratives) being screened that seem to be a call to action.
Proving that some organizations refuse to learn from their mistakes, the San Francisco Film Society has once again invited us to cover the 54th Annual San Francisco International Film Festival. The Festival runs from April 21st through May 5, 2011, at the Sundance Kabuki Cinemas and several locations throughout the San Francisco Bay area. Our expanded coverage begins with a preview of this year's event.