September 9, 2008 – Christina inteviews Kitt Turbo
Sarah & Vinnie Interview w/Kitt Turbo.
Derby News Network.com, Hurt Reynolds
July 13, 2008 – “One of my mantras during last year’s road adventure, meeting with veteran and rookie leagues alike: “Venue’s the hardest part.” Few leagues know this as well as the Bay Area Derby Girls.”
NBC 11 Evening News, Josh Keppel’s Goodtime Guide
July 11, 2008 San Francisco-“Remember the old films and video of San Francisco native Ann Calvello, the “Demon of the Derby,” kicking butt in the Cow Palace on quad-skates taking out any and all opponents?”
Best Retro Sports League
“In the 1950s, kids saw roller derby in major venues. Teens in the 1960s and early 1970s spent many a Saturday glued to television sets watching the brazen, ill-tempered jammers, blockers, pivots, and the rest of the pack whiz around banked roller-skating tracks using a full bag of dirty tricks such as punches and body blocks to thwart their equally evil opponents. An all-women’s version of the theatrical thriller hit Bay Area rinks in 2004 when a pack of roller-derby loving gals launched B.A.D. Girls. “
San Francisco Bay Guardian – Pixel Vision Blog
Posted by Molly Freedenberg on May 14, 2008 12:12 PM
May 2008 – “You’ve been warned. Women’s roller derby is back, big time, Saturday, May 17 when B.A.D. Girls, the Bay’s only all-female flat-track league, present SF’s ShEvil Dead battling Richmond’s Wrecking Belles at Dry Ice in Oakland.”
The Oakland Tribune, Angela Woodall
April 26, 2008 – ” OAKLAND — It’s home sweet home for the Bay Area Derby Girls, the ravens of the roller rink who are coming back to town for a skatedown tonight between the Oakland Outlaws and San Francisco ShEvil Dead.”
NovoMetro, Alison Peters
November 2007 -“I have never seen the kind of energy we have at our bouts,” says Oakland Outlaws co-captain Taxi Scab, (aka Molly Salyk, blocker), whose husband got her interested in the sport. “It wasn’t until I came to a practice, and watched a scrimmage that I was hooked. I knew I wanted to play derby and be good at it,” she says.
Pirate Cat Radio
September 2007- “Listen to a podcast with Windigo Jones of the SF ShEvil Dead and Flash Morgan (one of our newest players) on Pirate Cat Radio 87.9FM with DJ Lilycat.
Spartan Daily, Samantha Salas
Septermber 2007-“Saturday night saw The Oakland Outlaws and The San Francisco ShEvil Dead duke it out at their newfound home, the San Jose Civic Auditorium….”