5:44 a.m. The man who’d previously described himself as “charred and buzzy” was showing improvement. Now he said he had a “buzzing” feeling in his body, but he didn’t want an ambulance because he had heard that this was a felony.
7:10 a.m. After partially smoking a cigarette, a lower H Street resident reported feeling as though he had a spike through his head. An ambulance was summoned.
Though beaten and bruised, it is safe for the public.
EUREKA – Members of the San Francisco Opera Guild will perform a free mini-opera on Sunday, Oct. 30 at 4 p.m. at the Arkley Center for the Performing Arts in Eureka.
What started as an acoustic compilation is expanded to electric jazz, blues, folk, classical, funk and even surf music.
• Saturday, August 17 8:41 a.m. A woman sat at Blakeslee Avenue and Q Street with a dog, far from the rich muttering grounds downtown and carrying on a dialogue with herself about hating California.
8:10 a.m. A Villa Way resident reported hearing some kind of alarm in the area for the past few days. Police traced the sound to a neighbor’s smoke alarm, the batteries of which were dying and causing the device to emit death-chirps.
6:56 p.m. Hoodie-ensconced philosophers quibbled over quiddity’s finer points at an Alliance Road mini-mart. “I know where you live, bitch,” reasoned one participant.
11:08 a.m. His breakfast was a pint of vodka, brunch was a drunken brawl in which a tooth was liberated and the mid-day Moment of Zen was serenely wandering out of the hospital untreated and ignoring the appeals of medical staff.
8:47 a.m. A so-called man had a hissyfit in the Community Park playground, yelling and kicking the children’s play equipment. A cop went and tempered his tiny-tot tempest.