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Golden Season

Well, how about that game last night? After the slugfest with the Spurs last weekend, I’m certainly glad for the easy street win to 73. Thank you for the anti-climactic, history-making game, and the kind reprieve to my stomach because I wasn’t prepared with the adequate supplies of Tums. 397 more words

The Top 10 Golden State Warriors Games Have Been Ranked (Sort of...)

As reported by Al Saracevic of the San Francisco Chronicle, a local tech firm from the Bay Area has come up with a way to quantify the general excitement that comes from a single sporting game or event. 186 more words


Snail caviar? Snail caviar!?

I doubt it’s an April Fools’ joke. On the front page of a major newpaper, the San Fran Chronicle? I don’t think so. But who would eat… 10 more words


Love this photo!

Saw this photo on the front page of the San Francisco Chronicle and was immediately mesmerized by it. The photographer is a fella named Michael Macor… 11 more words


Warriors Leading the Way Off-Court with Wearable Technology

Even if you don’t follow the NBA on a consistent basis, as long as you follow sports in some capacity, you know about the dream season the Golden State Warriors are having this year as they’ve amassed a 65-7 record over the first 72 games of the year. 206 more words


Pop Quiz: Joanna Newsom

Aidin Vaziri | Joanna Newsom recently released “Divers,” her first new studio album in five years. Since setting out into the world with her 2004 debut, “The Milk-Eyed Mender” — her full-size orchestral harp in tow — the 33-year-old Nevada City native and Mills College alumna has become an indie hero, turned the world onto her eclectic influences ranging from Appalachian folk songs to Renaissance madrigals, and settled down with her husband, actor Andy Samberg. 252 more words

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Gwen Stefani, ‘This Is What the Truth Feels Like’

Aidin Vaziri | Gwen Stefani is at her best when her life is turned upside-down. “This Is What the Truth Feels Like,” the No Doubt singer’s latest solo album, arrives after a particularly prolific period of personal drama — husband Gavin Rossdale, the singer of Bush and father of her three children, had an affair with the nanny, sending a devastated Stefani into the loving arms of country singer Blake Shelton, a fellow coach on the NBC singing competition “The Voice.” She doesn’t hold back in new songs like “Make Me Like You” and “Used to Love You,” where she alternately laments and celebrates her romantic travails over effervescent, ’80s-leaning pop. 31 more words

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