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Short-handed Warriors bounce back to trounce Nets 116-100

BY MARKO UKALOVIC With no Stephen Curry (groin strain) or Draymond Green (toe injury) in the lineup, The Golden State Warriors relied on All-Star Kevin Durant and back up point guard Quentin Cook to lead the way past the Brooklyn Nets 116-100 in a rebound win on Saturday evening at ...

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Milwaukee embarrasses flat Golden State 134-111 at Oracle

BY DANIEL GLUSKOTER In their first meeting with one of the better teams in the Eastern Conference this season, a lethargic effort by the Warriors led to 134-111 pasting by the Milwaukee Bucks in a match-up of the two highest scoring teams in the league Thursday night at Oracle Arena. ...

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Warriors swamp Pelicans again behind 37 from Curry

BY FRANK SUMRALL Back at Oracle Arena after a brief but explosive sweep of a three-game road trip back east, the Warriors returned to the friendly confines with a 131-121 win over the New Orleans Pelicans to improve their winning streak to six Wednesday night. Steph Curry kept his league ...

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Simple Minds return to San Francisco a rousing success

BY DANIEL GLUSKOTER Thirty-Three years after earning the right to perform in front of a global audience of close to two billion people at Live Aid, Simple Minds found their way back to the Bay Area for a rare San Francisco performance Thursday night at the Masonic. While the height ...

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Mustard Greens from J&M Farms in Gilroy at the Farmers’ Market

BY DEBRA J MORRIS Related to kale, cabbage, and collard greens, mustard greens are the peppery leafy greens of the mustard plant and are used frequently in Chinese, Japanese, and Indian cooking. They are also used in traditional Southern dishes. Cooked, they taste a lot like spinach, but with more ...

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Contra Costa Animal Services Offering Reduced Costs Adoptions

Contra Costa Animal Services (CCAS) is offering reduced cost adoptions of all animals between now and October 31st in an effort to alleviate crowded shelters. During this period, the adoption fee for all animals will be reduced to $50. Interested adopters can take advantage of this adoption promotion by visiting ...

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Edie Brickell bringing her New Bohemian streak to The Fillmore

BY DANIEL GLUSKOTER Edie Brickell & New Bohemians first burst onto the music scene with their breakthrough hit “What I Am” 30 years ago, but had only released three studio albums prior to last week. Their latest, the lively and infectious “Rocket,” their first since 2006, dropped last Friday just ...

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Warriors get rings, hold off Thunder, start quest for Three-Peat

BY DANIEL GLUSKOTER The two-time defending NBA Champion Golden State Warriors returned to the Oracle court to grind out a 108-100 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder Tuesday night in their first meaningful game at home since Game 2 of The Finals against LeBron James and his former teammates with ...

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New Depression treatment introduced by Bay Area businessman

BY TIFFANY YOUNG According to the latest statistics, there are more than 16 million individuals in the United States who have experienced clinical depression in the past year. They make up around 6.7 percent of the country’s total population, and this number is alarming. Experts are saying that this number ...

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