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Live Review: Drake in Oakland

Drake had a lot of love for the Bay Area on Tuesday night, Sept. 13, at the first of his two shows at Oakland’s Oracle Arena. 127 more words

Because it was this brain...

My favourite writer to listen to is Joyce Carol Oates and it is precisely for her questing brain. Here is Joan Frank discussing Oate’s SOUL AT THE WHITE HEAT at the San Francisco Chronicle: 22 more words


Stanton Delaplane, Unrecognized Humorist

Stanton Delaplane, known by friends as Del, wrote for the San Francisco Chronicle for more than fifty years. I grew up reading his syndicated column which reached millions. 1,002 more words

Young Editor-In-Chief Leads Venerable San Francisco Chronicle's Tranformation

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) — Seven years ago the San Francisco Chronicle was in real trouble. They were hemorrhaging money, close to $50 million a year. 687 more words


Report: The battlin' A's may be back - Butler and Valencia "scuffle"in clubhouse


by Charlie O. Mallonee

Multiple reports have the A’s Danny Valencia and Billy Butler involved in a clubhouse scuffle on Friday night in Chicago. The reported altercation resulted in possible injuries to Butler that kept him out of the games with the White Sox over the weekend. 377 more words


Andy Shauf, 'The Party'

Aidin Vaziri | Andy Shauf is a gentle singer-songwriter from Saskatchewan with a mean wit. On his latest album, “The Party,” he offers beautifully orchestrated vignettes from his perch as a wallflower, spinning out 10 songs that capture the parade of characters and events unfolding before his eyes at an all-night fete. 77 more words

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Adele Live: Small Talk, Big Voice

Aidin Vaziri | Adele really loves to gab. At San Jose’s SAP Center on Saturday night, July 30, performing the first of three sold-out Bay Area shows, the British pop phenomenon spent nearly as much time onstage casually chatting with fans as she did belting out the songs from her three blockbuster albums. 159 more words

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