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May 11, 2021

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Artists invited to grant workshop on Jan. 24

The Creative Work Fund invites artists and nonprofit organizations who are interested in applying for grants to an informational seminar Jan. 24, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., at Blak Sage Gallery, in Hollister.

Two local bands battle it out in SF

More than a dozen local musicians will be performing at DNA Lounge in San Francisco on Jan. 20 as part of a Battle of the Bands finale.

MLB: Giants to host 2013 World Baseball Classic finals

San Francisco’s AT&T Park will host the semis and finals of the 2013 World Baseball Classic, Major League Baseball announced Wednesday.

Connor Ramey: Showing their baseball prowess

July is - as usual - a down time for sports on the national and local scale. It’s more than a month away from the high school sports season and weeks after the end of the NBA and NHL season. It’s the dog days of the summer. It’s nothing new or old. It just is. But in this region, the month of July is certainly a point of pride. With the lack of sports going on and kids home for the summer, Little League, Babe Ruth and - in the case of Morgan Hill - Pony baseball has taken over. And with all of the success of those leagues in the three cities - specifically in Hollister - it’s easy to see why exactly that is.

California Senate vote keeps bullet train alive

SACRAMENTO – The state Senate authorized initial funding for California's high-speed rail project, handing a victory to Gov. Jerry Brown and the Obama administration, which have been pushing hard for the first-in-the-nation bullet train.

MLB: Giants continue shutout streak

SAN FRANCISCO - The Giants appear to have zeroed in on a formula for first-place permanence - just don't let the opponent score ever again.

Column: Sandoval is latest problem in puzzling Giants season

SAN FRANCISCO - Pablo Sandoval, the fabled "Kung Fu Panda" of recent Giants history, was not here Monday - but he hung like an troubled specter all day.

Golf: Ellis fails to advance at U.S. Open qualifier

John Ellis shot back-to-back even rounds of 72 and failed to advance in Monday’s U.S. Open sectional qualifier at Lake Merced and TPC Harding Park golf clubs.

NBA: Loss of Golden State Warriors stings Oakland

May 23--OAKLAND -- The Golden State Warriors' impending return to San Francisco is a blow both to Oakland's pride and its chances for transforming the Coliseum site into a sports and entertainment center.

Getting Out: Taking a closer look at the Vasco Caves

Through the Livermore Valley and over Altamont Pass, Interstate Highway 580 is one of the main corridors out of the San Francisco Bay Area. As I pass through a landscape, I often feel it calling to me to look closer, but not when I travel through the bare hills near Altamont Pass. The myriad windmills and the absence of a plant taller than your knee make for a bleak scene. There is little to tempt the wandering soul.