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Daniel Gluskoter

Daniel Gluskoter is the Martinez Tribune's national music and sports editor and a Bay Area photojournalist who's work has been featured in Rolling Stone, Time Magazine and Sports Illustrated. He covered the 2008 Presidential campaign as a correspondent for United Press International and has travelled worldwide covering events ranging from numerous Super Bowls and Olympics to Live Aid and the Grammys.

White House photographer Pete Souza holds court at the Castro

BY HELEN LAME’ Long time Chief Official White House photographer Pete Souza, who worked under both President’s Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama, entertained an appreciative sold crowd of 1,400 enthusiastic fans during a Commonwealth Club appearance Tuesday night at the Castro Theatre. Souza, 62, documented the entire eight years of …

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Warriors big 3rd Quarter helps steamroll T-Wolves

BY DANIEL GLUSKOTER Taking advantage of a season high 57 points off the bench to offset the absence of Kevin Durant, the Warriors broke open a close game in the third quarter to blow out the Minnesota Timberwolves 125-101 Wednesday night at Oracle Arena. Down by one at halftime, Golden …

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Sluggish Warriors overcome Draymond’s ejection to nip Wizards

BY DANIEL GLUSKOTER Despite looking sluggish for most of the game and losing their emotional leader because of a fracas just before halftime, the Warriors stepped up when it counted most and rallied late in the fourth quarter for a come from behind 120-117 win over the Washington Wizards Friday …

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Metallica, Dave Matthews, Dead to Headline Fire Benefit Concert

BY HELEN LAME´ A strong All-Star line-up has been announced as part of a November 9th benefit concert at AT&T Park in San Francisco to help support victims impacted by the recent wildfires that ravaged Napa, Sonoma, Lake and Mendocino County that were part of the most deadly and destructive …

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Warriors receive their rings, but lose a heartbreaker

BY RYAN LEONG Although the Warriors got their enormously sized rings and unveiled their second championship banner in three seasons, it was not the happy ending everyone wanted. The Houston Rockets, whom the Dubs have beaten like a drum in recent years, came back from a 17 point deficit and …

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Diverse Andrew Bird to perform at SF JAZZ next week

BY DANIEL GLUSKOTER Diverse multi-instrumentalist Andrew Bird is coming to the intimate space of Miner Auditorium at SF Jazz for two shows next week on October 18th and 19th. A respected voice in modern music who first gained fame as part of the 90’s swing revival stars Squirrel Nut Zippers …

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Depeche Mode Brings Music to the Masses in San Jose

BY DANIEL GLUSKOTER Depeche Mode’s performance Sunday night before a packed house at the SAP Pavilion in San Jose was a highly polished and well choreographed spectacle. To some, coming from a band with a hit titled “Never Let Me Down Again,” it was also something of letdown for what …

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Torres to bring “Three Futures” to Slims on Friday the 13th

BY DANIEL GLUSKOTER Indie singer-songwriter Torres is coming to Slim’s on Friday October 13th. The highly acclaimed 26 year old graduate of Belmont University in Nashville is touring in support of her newly released third album “Three Futures.” Torres burst onto the music scene with her self-titled debut in 2013 …

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Jared Goff’s return to the Bay Area a successful one

BY DANIEL GLUSKOTER Jared Goff’s first regular season appearance in the Bay Area as a professional was a successful one as the former Cal quarterback looked sharp and poised during his appearance Thursday night against the 49ers at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara. The Novato native who was the first …

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