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U2 brings Songs of Experience + Innocence to San Jose

BY HELEN LAME’ Irish rockers U2 brought their latest concert extravaganza to the SAP Center in San Jose Monday night for the first of two sold out concerts at the arena. In just the third show of their new Experience + Innocence tour in support of their 2017 album Songs ...

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Triggs gem helps leads A’s to three game sweep of Orioles

BY STEVEN LUKE The Oakland Athletics beat the Baltimore Orioles 2-1 in a tight contest Sunday afternoon at the Coliseum. The win gave the A’s a three game sweep in record breaking fashion, striking out the most batters in Oakland history with 40 total whiffs in the series. Strikeouts were ...

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Angélique Kidjo rocks the Talking Heads at UC Theatre in Berkeley

BY DANIEL GLUSKOTER African musician Angélique Kidjo’s electrifying interpretation of the Talking Heads iconic album “Remain in Light” was a thrilling moment for those in attendance to experience at her concert Friday night at the UC Theatre in Berkeley. Kidjo, a 57 year old three time Grammy Award winning Beninese ...

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Hundley, Giants end homestand with outburst against Padres

BY ANTHONY SOSA The San Francisco Giants capped off an impressive homestand with an offensive explosion on Wednesday as they took the rubber match against the San Diego Padres in a 9-4 victory. The Giants finished 7-3 during the home stand, winning all three of their series. Padres’ starter Clayton ...

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Curry’s return helps boost Warriors past Pelicans to 2-0 lead

BY DANIEL GLUSKOTER Buoyed by the return of Steph Curry, the Golden State Warriors earned a hard fought 121-116 win over the New Orleans Pelicans at Oracle on Tuesday night to take a 2-0 lead in their Western Conference semi-final playoff series. It was their 14th consecutive playoff victory at ...

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Longoria, Blach lead resilient Giants past Dodgers 4-2

BY ANTHONY SOSA A clutch three-run home run by Evan Longoria in the bottom of the first inning and a solid start from Ty Blach helped the San Francisco Giants defeat the Los Angeles Dodgers 4-2, in front of an electric, sold-out crowd Sunday at AT&T Park. The victory secured ...

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Warriors second quarter run sinks Pelicans in series opener

BY DANIEL GLUSKOTER Facing the same New Orleans Pelicans team that torched them for 126 points on the Oracle court just three weeks earlier, the Golden State Warriors rode a swarming defense and big game performances from their soon to be expanding cast of All-Stars to post an impressive 123-101 ...

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Nationals jump the Shark, clobber Giants 15-2 behind Scherzer

BY ANTHONY SOSA A rough outing for San Francisco Giants’ starting pitcher Jeff Samardzija and a strong showing from the Washington Nationals’ offense proved too much for the Giants to complete a series sweep as they lost 15-2 Wednesday at AT&T Park. Despite the loss, the Giants still managed to ...

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