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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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Giants play spoiler against Rox as nightmare season winds down

BY RYAN LEONG Even though the Giants have lost 93 games and are playing out possibly the worst single season in franchise history, they’re not planning to rebuild. Proof of this was made on September 16 when General Manager Bobby Evans elected to pick up the $9 million option on …

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A’s rough up Astros pitching in doubleheader sweep

BY RYAN LEONG The A’s might not be going to the playoffs but the next best thing is to play spoiler to those who want to play baseball in October. After years of beating up on the Astros when the Athletics were headed to three straight postseason appearances including division …

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Gorky’s hot glove unable to save MadBum and wilting Giants

BY RYAN LEONG Gorkys Hernandez made the catch of the year for the Giants in the first inning against the Cardinals. Unfortunately, his highlight reel defense was only a sidebar to another loss. In what has been a disappointing season to say the least, the Cardinals won 7-3 on Sunday …

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Kansas playing Warfield on Leftoverture 40th Anniversary tour

BY DANIEL GLUSKOTER The band Kansas, one of the most popular progressive rock groups of all time, is coming to the Warfield in San Francisco on September 12th as part of a tour celebrating the 40th anniversary of the release of their classic album “Leftoverture.” Having produced eight gold and …

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A’s sweep stalls Rangers playoff push on Little League weekend

BY RYAN LEONG The Oakland A’s have always been known for having colorful uniforms since moving to the East Bay in 1968. This past weekend represented an homage, not only to the A’s but the Astros and Pirates of the 1970s. This was Players’ Weekend where all thirty teams wore …

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