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Buddy Guy keeps enhancing his legacy with The Blues Don’t Lie

BY XAVIER JOHNSON Hailing from Lettsworth, Louisiana, blues legend Buddy Guy is rolling on with a new album featuring a classic blues sound played by one of the genre’s most iconic elder statesmen. The 86-year-old guitarist and singer has done just about everything there is to do in music from …

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Obituary: Raymond Ulmer (1928-2022)

Raymond Ulmer, 94, of Martinez, California passed away Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2022. Celebration of Life services will be held at Colonial Chapels in Vallejo, CA, Saturday, Oct. 15 at 3:00 pm (viewing 2:00 pm) followed by a reception. Burial will take place Monday, Oct. 17, 12:30 pm at Sacramento Valley …

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Dodgers, Braves and Mets lead stacked NL pennant hopefuls

BY J.A. SCHWARTZ The 2021 World Series Champion Atlanta Braves have staged another second half rally, overtaking the New York Mets in the final week of the season to win the National League East after trailing the Mets by 10.5 games on June 1st, and by 6.5 games as recently …

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Path to American League Pennant still goes through Houston

BY J.A.SCHWARTZ Despite a delayed start to the season (remember the lockout?), the 2022 Major League Baseball Playoffs will start on Friday. The Dodgers won a league best 111 games, setting a franchise record in the process, and would seem to be the prohibitive favorites to claim this year’s championship. …

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Four Reasons Why You Should Consider Nursing School

BY KAYLA BEIRNE It is never too late to make a career change, especially when it aids others. That is one of the many reasons why you should consider nursing school. Some have no greater aspiration than to devote their time and energy to others in need. The healthcare industry …

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49ers defense dominates in 24-9 win over Rams

BY DANIEL GLUSKOTER The San Francisco 49ers continued their regular season mastery over the Los Angeles Rams with a 24-9 win at Levi’s Stadium Monday night. The Niners held the vaunted Rams offense to just three Matt Gay field goals and 257 total yards, pressuring Matthew Stafford 17 times while …

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Daltrey and Townshend bringing The Who to SAP in San Jose

BY DANIEL GLUSKOTER There’s not a lot of bands out there that can still fill arenas around the world in spite of only putting out two new studio albums in the past four decades. But you can certainly count The Who on that shortest of lists.   Soldiering on after …

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