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Garbage releases alternative political album No Gods No Masters

BY MARIANA GARRICK Garbage’s seventh album is more political than ever as they address the world’s current condition. Following their 2016 album Strange Little Birds, No Gods No Masters emerges at a time where society is slowly going back to the norm (whatever that is) after having months to reflect …

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Giants smacked by Phillies 13-6 but still the story of Baseball

BY J.A. SCHWARTZ There have been several noteworthy story lines that have competed for the attention of baseball fans through the first 70 games of the 2021 Major League Baseball season. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. leads the American League in all three Triple Crown categories, hitting .337 with 23 home runs …

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Simple Ways To Live a More Sustainable Lifestyle

BY KAYLA BEIRNE Want to help out the planet a bit more ? Here’s your start—follow these simple ways to live a more sustainable lifestyle. You won’t regret making these changes ! We should all strive to live more sustainably. Doing so helps our environment, and it doesn’t take much …

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Juneteenth entry fees to be waived at all Regional Parks

The East Bay Regional Park District is partnering with Outdoor Afro to commemorate Juneteenth by waiving park entry fees on Saturday, June 19, 2021. Juneteenth is an annual recognition of the 250,000 enslaved Black Americans in Texas who were notified of their freedom on June 19, 1865, two and a …

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Former Disney star Olivia Rodrigo’s debut album is far from sour

BY MARIANA GARRICK Anything sour has the tendency to make your face scrunch up in distaste, but Olivia Rodrigo’s album, Sour, couldn’t be further from that. The only thing that Rodrigo hints at being sour was her relationship, which she talked about in her chart-topping hit single “Drivers License.” The …

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Liz Phair maintains indie-rock legacy with Soberish return album

BY MARIANA GARRICK After 11 years, Liz Phair has finally returned to release her seventh studio album, Soberish. Phair’s newest album is full of growth and it’s clear she took into account the harsh criticism she faced from her previous album Funstyle. Though Soberish is completely different from Funstyle as …

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How To Plan an Off-Roading Adventure

BY KAYLA BEIRNE To avoid any figurative bumps along the road, consult this helpful guide on how to plan an off-roading adventure that is both safe and enjoyable. Going on an off-roading excursion can be an incredibly fun and exhilarating pastime—or it can turn into a stressful and dangerous nightmare. …

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Ball falls the right way for A’s and Manaea in win over DBacks

BY DANIEL GLUSKOTER Sean Manaea held Arizona to just two hits over six shutout innings as the A’s sent the dreadful DiamondBacks to their 19th straight road loss 4-0 at the Coliseum Wednesday afternoon. Manaea (5-2), coming off a complete game shutout against the Mariners in his last start, labored …

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Cubs avert Giant sweep as Gaels Wisdom hits two more homers

BY DANIEL GLUSKOTER The Giants hopes for their first four-game sweep of the Chicago Cubs in nearly a decade were dashed Sunday afternoon by the hot bat of former St. Mary’s Gael Patrick Wisdom, who continued his power surge since joining the Cubs with another pair of home runs to …

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