PG&E handed some 225,000 pages of documents pertaining to its pipeline welds to state regulators Monday night. The question now is whether anybody will actually read all of them.
This isn’t a June Swoon, it’s an “Oh gawd, how do we get back to last October?” It’s a season of Murphy’s Law baseball, with the people who aren’t getting injured unable to get out of slumps. “It’s going to have to pick up,” Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. “We know it.” You do? Maybe last year was the aberration. This year is the irritation. There’s nothing to be done about Buster Posey and Freddy Sanchez, except to accept their absence. It doesn’t do any good wishing they were here, because they’re not here.
When San Francisco Opera completed the first of three cycles of Richard Wagner’s 17-hour marathon “The Ring of the Nibelung” on Sunday, size was just one of the thrills for the audience of 14,000 filling the War Memorial during the four-day event.
Chris Hardman, the founder of Antenna Theater, invented the Magic Bus, a moving tour bus and movie theater that gives riders a look at San Francisco in the 1960s. The Magic Bus is celebrating its first anniversary on the summer solstice with an all-day event today.