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Prince’s Iconic band The Revolution to perform at The Fillmore

Prince played with many talented musicians over the course of his 40-year career, but his most celebrated and iconic allies will always be Bobby Z, Wendy Melvoin, Lisa Coleman, Matt Fink & Brownmark. The Revolution. After performing scores of shows and major music festivals, including this year’s ACL Festival, over ...

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Ducks sleepwalk past Michigan St. in 7-6 Redbox Bowl snoozer

BY JIMMY DeROGATIS The Oregon Ducks ground out a 7-6 win over Michigan State to take the Redbox Bowl College Football game at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara Monday afternoon. Before the game, Michigan State football coach Mark Dantonio said, “We need to have production. There’s no question that to ...

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A’s hoping to parlay steady off-season into greener pastures

BY GRADY DUGGAN Current Oakland Raider Marshawn Lynch said it perfectly at the Oakland City Council, “We’re losing the Raiders, we’re losing the Warriors, best not lose the A’s. Appreciate it.” Coming out of what was one of the more exciting seasons in recent years, the Athletics enter an interesting ...

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Lakers throttle Warriors 127-101 in front of Christmas audience

BY DANIEL GLUSKOTER In perhaps their most embarrassing loss of a young season that has already seen a number of them, the Warriors were spanked by the Los Angeles Lakers 127-101 in front of a nationally televised Christmas night audience Tuesday evening at Oracle. While Golden State has already suffered large ...

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Jerebko, Durant lead Warriors past Mavs 120-116 at Oracle

BY DANIEL GLUSKOTER After trailing most of the game, the Warriors chased down Dallas in the third quarter Saturday night, holding off the Mavericks 120-116 at Oracle behind a career-high 23 points off the bench from Jonas Jerebko. Dallas jumped out to 31-28 lead at the end of the first ...

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Tangerines and Mandarins at the Martinez Farmers Market

BY DEBRA J. MORRIS At first glance, it is hard to tell the differences between tangerine and mandarin. Not only do they look alike, their taste is also similar and both grow on trees that also look similar. They both are part of the orange family; however, tangerines are a ...

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New Exhibit pays homage to Redwoods through Conservation

The East Bay Regional Park District and Save the Redwoods League unveiled an Old Growth Redwood Heritage Viewing Deck and Interpretive Exhibit at Roberts Regional Recreation Area this past Saturday, celebrating its dedication with redwood lovers from around the Bay Area. The exhibit, found along Roberts Ridge Trail, preserves and ...

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Stanford shuts down Cal 23-13 to maintain Bay Area Supremacy

  BY DANIEL GLUSKOTER K.J. Costello’s 46 yard touchdown pass to Cameron Scarlett and a pair of interceptions by Paulson Adebo helped lead Stanford to a 23-13 victory over Cal at Memorial Stadium in Berkeley on Saturday, its ninth straight Big Game win. Adebo made a spectacular one-handed interception in ...

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