Ex-Kink.com Employees Allege Culture Of Indimidation, Exclusion At SF Porn FactoryKink.com, the San Francisco-based pornography production house based out of the old Armory Building, is facing allegations from former models that they have been denied worker’s compensation and have offered hush money in exchange for keeping quiet about injuries, according to a report in SF Weekly.
Supervisor Claims SF Was 'F-ing Played' By America's Cup OrganizersThe America’s Cup Organizing committee is millions short in coming up with private funds to cover the costs of covering the yachting race. Now a San Francisco supervisor has said city officials were “f-ing played” by race organizers and he’s “f-ing ashamed” of the likelihood that the city will spend millions in public funds on the event.
SF Weekly Feels Effect Of Campaign To Stop Online Sex Trafficking AdsA crusade to get companies to pull their ads from publications owned by the Village Voice has reached the Bay Area, where the Voice owns SF Weekly.
Mirkarimi Tells Mayor He Won’t Step Down Over Abuse ChargesEmbattled San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi said Tuesday afternoon that he told Mayor Ed Lee he would not take a leave of absence from his job despite domestic violence charges he's facing.
Second Woman Claims Abuse While Dating Mirkarimi An ex-girlfriend of San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi, who has been accused of abusing his wife, has told police Mirkarimi was also allegedly abusive toward her when they were dating.
Rival San Francisco Newspapers Settle Pricing DisputeTwo San Francisco newspapers engaged in a lengthy legal battle over predatory pricing have settled their dispute outside of court.
Bay Guardian, SF Weekly Near Settlment Of Ad SuitA court battle between two San Francisco newspapers sparked by predatory ad pricing could be drawing to a close.
California Supreme Court Rejects SF Weekly-Bay Guardian CaseCalifornia’s Supreme Court has declined to review a $21 million damage award against a San Francisco newspaper accused of slashing advertising prices to drive a rival publication out of business.