LEXINGTON, KY (CBS SF) – Hours before taking the stage at a concert in Kentucky on Saturday, the Foo Fighters announced they had to postpone their show due to an unspecified family emergency.
On Saturday afternoon, reps for the band released a statement that the Foo Fighter’s October 21st show at Lexington’s Rupp Arena will be moved to take place on May 1st, 2018. “The band sincerely apologizes for any inconvenience and looks forward to returning to rock Lexington in May,” the statement read.
Fans can either opt for a refund or their tickets for the Saturday night’s show will be honored in May.
No other details about the family emergency was released.
The Foo Fighters are scheduled to perform at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento on December 2nd.
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LONDON (CBS SF/AP) — Britain’s Evening Standard newspaper has apologized to Solange Knowles for digitally altering an image of the singer on the cover of its magazine.
Knowles — who had released a song called “Don’t Touch My Hair” — complained on Instagram that an elaborate braided crown on her head had been digitally removed from the cover photo.
The magazine article featured the singer talking about her experiences spending time at her mother’s salon as a child. She also discussed braiding’s importance to her and praised it as “its own art form.”
The magazine said in a statement Saturday that the photo was altered for “layout purposes” but it was sorry for the offense caused. The statement said: “Plainly we made the wrong call and we have offered our unreserved apologies to Solange.”
Knowles is in the Bay Area this weekend, performing two shows at the U.C. Greek Theater in Berkeley.
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Like Colorado and UCLA before them, the Bears tried loading the box in order to limit Tate’s scrambling. While he easily eclipsed the 150-yard mark for the third consecutive game, Tate’s rushing yards were his fewest since taking over at quarterback.
“They didn’t like just all of a sudden Cal started loading the box up or bringing safeties down fast,” Rodriguez said. “(Defenses) have been doing this for 2-3 weeks now.” MEMORIES
Before Saturday, Arizona last played California in 2014 when the Wildcats won on a Hail Mary pass as time expired.
“Coming here I was aware of (that) Hail Mary pass,” Tate said. “Being in this game kind of made it seem like it’s something that Cal and Arizona is destined to do.” THE TAKEAWAY
Arizona: This was a big win for Rodriguez’s team. The Wildcats had two players ejected and lost linebacker Tony Fields to an injury in the fourth quarter but hung on for the win. They did it after twice blowing 14-point leads. With the next two games coming against ranked opponents, Arizona has a chance to prove its worth in the Pac-12. California: The Bears put up a gutsy effort but couldn’t carry over the momentum from their first win over a Top 10 team since 2003. The loss definitely stings, especially because Cal’s defense was coming off its best game of the season. The offense had four scoring drives of 11 plays or longer that helped make up for the issues on defense, but it wasn’t enough. UP NEXT
Arizona: Returns to Tucson to host No. 15 Washington State on Oct. 28. The Wildcats have dropped two straight and three of four to the Cougars.
California: The Bears play three of their final four regular season games on the road, beginning at Colorado on Oct. 28.
and tackled her to the ground, campus police said Saturday. The man tackled the woman, then tried to take off her shorts and fondled her, but she fought him off and he ran away, police said. The suspect is a man in his 50s, with a medium build, gray collar-length hair, a full gray beard and dressed in khaki pants. Anyone with information about this offense should contact campus police at (510) 642-0472 during business hours or (510) 642-6760 at other times.