Articles Tagged With ‘Facebook’




California students create Facebook friendship with benefits

A Christian student group is calling a new Facebook application “the evilest app ever.” [SF Gate] In time for Valentines Day, the Bang With Friends app allows Facebook users to schedule sex sessions in a no-nonsense manner. BWF has “already... (Continue reading)

Historic Fremont Theatre closing its doors

After 70 years of service, the Fremont Theatre will be closing its doors after the last shows tonight, the theater’s management announced on its Facebook page. “On behalf of everyone who has been with the company over the years, we’d... (Continue reading)

SLO councilman resigns on Facebook

In what has become the popular way to communicate with one’s constituents, San Luis Obispo City Councilman Andrew Carter announced plans to resign his council seat on his Facebook page shortly before 1 p.m. today. “I have good new and... (Continue reading)

Facebook’s new search is Google’s nightmare come true

OPINION By PETER SCHEER Although the stock market yawned at Facebook’s announcement of “Graph Search,” its new search service, with investors wagering it would only hurt smaller, vertical search services like Yelp and Linkedin, the truth is that it is... (Continue reading)

Atascadero student busted for concrete cursive

By DANIEL BLACKBURN At least he can write. An Atascadero High School student was removed from class on Dec. 4 and arrested by local police for allegedly scribbling his name in fresh concrete. The student, who is not being identified... (Continue reading)

Firefighter’s wife decribes infidelity, supports husband

The wife of San Luis Obispo firefighter John Ryan Mason testified Wednesday that her husband said Jory Brigham was the aggressor, and that he quickly escorted her from Pappy McGregor’s following an altercation in the bathroom. Mason is on trial... (Continue reading)

SLO employee discriminates via Facebook

A San Luis Obispo Police department administrative assistant called her fellow staffers names and told them where they should go after a department employee asked to have her photo taken off a Christmas tree for religious reasons. The outburst was a... (Continue reading)

Tell all online, imperil your credit

Laying bare your innermost thoughts on Facebook can be risky. For example, a change in status on Facebook by Supervisor Adam Hill midway through his recent divorce created for him additional marital complications, political problems, and some embarrassing press coverage.... (Continue reading)

A Facebook secret no more: public offering due

Start saving those pennies and get set to buy — in 2012 — a piece of the world’s biggest and trendiest social network, Facebook. The company is expected to shed a 10 percent interest to raise $10 billion — an... (Continue reading)

SLO firefighter claims self defense

San Luis Obispo firefighter John Ryan Mason testified Thursday he threw punches in self-defense following an argument in a bathroom at Pappy McGregor’s Bar & Grill on Monterey Street in June. John Ryan Mason, 34, allegedly beat Jory Brigham, 32,... (Continue reading)