Gossip columnist Liz Smith, whose mixture of banter, barbs, and bon mots about the glitterati helped her climb the A-list as high as many of the celebrities she covered, has died.
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- Liz Smith, popular NY gossip columnist, dead at 94
Sunday Nov 12, 2017
- The Top 10 Moments of New York Fashion Week
By THE NEW YORK TIMES - Friday Sep 15, 2017
Highlights from the shows, including a celebrity-packed front row at Calvin Klein and a trek to Bedford Hills, N.Y., to see Ralph Lauren’s vintage cars.
- 'One Tree Hill' creator Mark Schwahn suspended from 'The Royals' after sexual misconduct allegations
By Katherine Lam - Thursday Nov 16, 2017
"One Tree Hill" creator Mark Schwahn was suspended from “The Royals” on Wednesday after he was accused of "traumatizing" sexual harassment by several actresses and crew members who previously worked with him.
- The Commons brings food, music, fun to S.F. Civic Center
By Peter Hartlaub - Wednesday Sep 20, 2017
The city of San Francisco is throwing another block party in the Civic Center on Thursday, Sept. 21, bringing everything from food and music to giant Scrabble and roller skating into the open spaces near City Hall. The event known as the Commons is an effort to utilize open space around the Civic Center. The free community-friendly events have been hosted there on the third Thursday evening of every month since July, with one more block party on the books for Oct. 19. Events in UN Plaza, Civic Center Plaza and Fulton Street (between the Asian Art Museum and public library) include bocce ball, art installations and wild cards including Skee-Ball and skating.
- For a 3rd time, vandals trash Forest Hill's 'Little Free Library'
By Fiona Lee, Hoodline - Wednesday Nov 1, 2017
On Sunday morning, a Little Free Library on Castanada Avenue in Forest Hill was defaced with box cutters and knocked off its perch. Vandals left the library in a planter on the property. It was the third time in two years that the library has been vandalized, said owner Kristina K., who declined to share its exact location.
- A’s bullpen can’t halt stumbled in 8-6 loss at Anaheim
By Susan Slusser - Saturday Aug 5, 2017
The A’s bullpen shot that all to heck, with Daniel Coulombe coming particularly unraveled in the Angels’ four-run seventh inning.Treinen, who is now filling Oakland’s closer role, struck out C.J. Cron, but pinch-hitter Luis Valbuena poked a single to left to send in two runs and tie the game, and Yunel Escobar hit a slow roller down the third-base line that Chapman had briefly but lost; another run coming in on the infield hit.Mike Trout followed with an RBI single.Chapman, who went to El Toro High School in nearby Lake Forest and to Cal State Fullerton, rocketed a three-run homer over the bullpens in left in the second, and he doubled and scored in the sixth.Handed a lead via Chapman’s blast, Oakland starter Jharel Cotton couldn’t come up with a shutdown inning, but his defense didn’t help much either.An error by center fielder Jaycob Brugman allowed a runner to advance from first to third, setting up a sacrifice fly by Ben Revere, and then Chapman failed to come up with Escobar’s two-out roller to third — yes, that happened twice Friday — as Andrelton Simmons sprinted home.Cotton went five-plus innings Friday, allowing seven hits and four runs, three earned.The Angels proceeded to load the bases — Hendriks gave up a single by Escobar and Ryan Dull walked Mike Trout — but Dull got Albert Pujols to hit a foul pop-up that Chapman caught with a long run down the third-base line.Cotton got Pujols to hit into an inning-ending double play in the first inning, the 351st of Pujols’ career, passing Cal Ripken for most in major-league history.