Posts Tagged ‘escapade’

OMG, Janet Jackson Plays the Bill Graham April 20, 2011! “Up Close and Personal Tour” to Promote “Number Ones”

Friday, January 21st, 2011

First off, somebody let Janet out of her cage. That should improve her attitude tout de suite:

Well, maybe not:

Anyway, she’ll be packing the BG in Civic Center before you know it.

All the deets:

JANET JACKSON’S Number Ones: Up Close and Personal Tour Standing Room Only

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Jan. 20, 2011 — The Iconic Janet Jackson’s “Number Ones: Up Close and Personal Tour” has sold out across North America in record time.  The 35 city tour has been making headlines due to this being Janet’s largest world tour ever. Janet is the fastest selling single artist performance ticket this year. The show has sold out multiple nights in New York, Los Angeles, Toronto, Chicago, Washington D.C. and Atlantic City as well as single nights in Atlanta and Santa Barbara (Janet now ranks as one of the fastest sold out shows in the 25 year History of the Santa Barbara Bowl) prompting the Blackglama and Universal Music sponsored tour to add the following cities:

Hidalgo, TX March 3rd
State Farm Arena

Austin, TX April 4th
Austin City Limits
Live at Moody Theater

Omaha, NE April 5th
Qwest Theater

Additional performances have been added to the following cities:

Chicago, Il March 9th
Chicago Theater

Toronto, On, Canada March 13th
Sony Center for the Performing Arts

New York, NY March 21st
Radio City Music Hall

Washington DC March 24th
DAR Constitution Hall

Los Angeles, CA April 16th
Gibson Amphitheater

San Francisco, CA April 20th
Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

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Are Butterfly Glasses Enough of a Diguise to Rob a Bank? This Diamond Heights Woman Knows

Tuesday, July 20th, 2010

The answer is no, butterfly sunglasses are not enough of a disguise to rob a bank.

Anyway, the SFPD is looking for this gal, FYI.

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Armed Bank Robbery Spree (10-070) 

San Francisco Police are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying the suspect in two armed bank robberies in San Francisco. In one incident, which occurred on July 12, 2010 the suspect enters the Bank of America on the 3700 block of Balboa Street. The suspect who is believed to be a Hispanic or white female approached the teller, brandished a black semi-auto pistol and demanded money. The teller complied and the suspect fled on foot.

In the second incident, which occurred on July 16, 2010 the suspect enters the Bank of America on the 5200 block of Diamond Heights Blvd. The suspect who is also believed to be Hispanic or White female approached the teller and brandished a pistol and demanded money. The teller complied and the suspect fled.

In both cases the suspect is described as either a Hispanic or White female, 30’s , 5’3”, 130lbs, orange/red tinted hair with sunglasses.

Anyone with information to either incident, are urged to contact San Francisco Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Unit at (415)553-9208 and speak with Inspector Phil Wong. Or you may call the anonymous tip line at (415)575-4444 or text a tip to TIP411 (non emergency only).

Insp Phil Wong  
SFPD Criminal Investigation Unit 415-553-9208
SFPD Crime Intelligence Center: (after hours) 415-553-1071
SFPD Anonymous Tip Line: 415-575-4444
SFPD Text-A-Tip to: 847411
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SFPD CASE # 100 652 048 + 100 637 761

On 07/16/10 at 1245 hrs, the above pictured suspect robbed the Bank of America at Diamond Heights Blvd, San Francisco. The suspect brandished a pistol at the victim teller and demanded for all the large bills. The victim teller complied and gave the suspect the cash.

The suspect was possibly seen driving a white Toyota 4d vehicle in the area prior to the incident. 

Suspect is also responsible for robbing the Bank of America on 07/12/10 at 3000 block of Balboa, San Francisco.

Suspect was described as a White Female, possibly Hispanic or mixed race, 30′s, 5’3, 130 Ibs, brown with red dyed curly hair, sunglasses, last seen wearing blue denim zipper front dress with a gray short sleeve T-shirt underneath and black purse. Black semi-auto pistol was seen.