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Niners defense continues to shine in 13-0 whitewash of Saints

BY DANIEL GLUSKOTER The 49ers defensive continued their dominating play in a 13-0 victory over the New Orleans Saints Sunday afternoon at Levi’s Stadium, stretching their lead in the NFC West with their fourth straight win. The shutout was San Francisco’s first in three seasons and extended the Niners streak …

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Howard Jones electronic synth still sparkles with Dialogue

BY XAVIER JOHNSON Synth-pop, and by extension new wave, peaked in the 80’s with groups like Depeche Mode and Pet Shop Boys pushing the limits of electronic music and providing the soundtrack for all types of venues; from London dance joints to alleyway goth clubs. One of the pioneering artists …

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Warriors down Knicks 111-101 behind Splash Brothers

BY DANIEL GLUSKOTER The Warriors returned to the winning column with an efficient 111-101 win over the New York Knicks Friday night at Chase Center. Golden State jumped out to a 35-19 first quarter lead and never looked back, leading by as many as 22 points in their seventh win …

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The Most Common Birth Injuries in the United States

BY KAYLA BEIRNE Childbirth is a difficult process for everyone involved, and it occasionally results in injury to the infant. Learn about a few common birth injuries in the US. The labor and delivery process is physically demanding for the mother, the infant, and the medical professionals assisting the delivery. …

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Return of the Dream Canteen increases Chili Peppers productivity

BY XAVIER JOHNSON It’s pretty surprising that many of the hits the Red Hot Chili Peppers are known for are from the 90’s. Listen to “Under the Bridge,” which dropped in 1992, which still sounds completely fresh thirty years later. The pioneering funk rock band sounded like nothing else that …

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Cooking with Winter Greens from your Farmers Market

BY DEBRA J. MORRIS When you’re craving a big green salad, look no further than the leafy robust flavor of winter greens. These are green leafy vegetables that are seasonably available in winter and early spring. Common vegetables described as winter greens are chard, collards, spinach, rapini, mustard, beet, and …

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Park District receives $3M for new Thurgood Marshall Park

On Tuesday, November 15, 2022, the East Bay Regional Park District Board of Directors unanimously voted to advance efforts to secure funding for development of the first public access point at the new Thurgood Marshall Regional Park – Home of the Port Chicago 50. The Park District was awarded a …

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Steel Pulse’s reggae rhythms shake the Blue Note in Napa

BY MARIANA GARRICK Reggae revolutionaries Steel Pulse rocked the Blue Note in Napa on Sunday night and took the crowd on a musical journey to where the roots of reggae began through their love of Jah, Rastafari and black liberation. Steel Pulse has been making politically charged music for over …

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All The Kids Are Super Bummed Out a psychedelic alternative hit

BY XAVIER JOHNSON For decades Rock And Roll has historically been an avenue to speak truth to power from the opposition of post-9/11 jingoism to the anti-monarchy messaging of British punk rock. The fiery passion of youth powers rock music to push boundaries and fight against authority. On the other …

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