I caught up with Mike Love and asked him about The Beach Boys' new album, the tour and getting the Rock & Roll Hall of Famers back together.
The Giants picked up where they left off Thursday and got off to another impressive start for the offense. They dominated early, leaving many to think change has come.
The bats came alive and if you weren't there to see it, you maybe in disbelief. It's been no secret the Giants offense has struggled in producing hits and runs. Not sure if this is a turning point in a new direction, but it's definitely a good start.
No longer undefeated at home, Madison Bumgarner pitched a good game but lacked the run support.
The hairpin plot twists so evident in last week's episode continue in this one, as does the sense of suddenly (seemingly?) impending doom.
It's Baseball season again. The cable guy on the phone says I can see every professional game in the United States. He calls it a "buffet of pro-hardball," and I begin to see what he means, flipping my new remote higher and higher.
Barry Zito hasn't exactly lived up to expectations since joining San Francisco. Zito's contract is worth $126 million through 2013, and his overall performance has been a colossal failure.
I always loved going to the start of the Boston Marathon the morning of the race. Of all the sports events I covered, it seemed the most real and unadorned.
It's Opening Day in San Francisco and opening week for the Presidential general election -- a perfect time for renewal, hope, and plans for victory next fall.
Sure this town ain't perfect, but it's perfectly us, warts and all. So enjoy your Easter weekend of bunnies, baseball and beer. And I will be toasting my dad as the first pitch is thrown... he wouldn't miss it for the world.
Kentucky was the class of the tournament and now they're champions. So all the kids will now head to the pros and John Calipari will restock with "one and done" kids. Hey, thems the rules, and Calipari is working it to perfection.
For San Franciscans, the ten lanes are most likely to be played during ironic corporate team-building exercises or ennui-charged 'tween birthday parties, but the bowling is only the ostensible reason to knock down the pins at Lucky Strike.
I'm of the opinion that a fan should pick one team and ride that train from birth until death. One team per league is fine, but there should be one team that trumps all, without question.
The feet are the first thing that hit the ground and without balanced feet a player's mechanics can be affected.
Over the next two weeks, I'm going to share a series of interviews with some of the music industry's heroes and working stiffs who literally brought you this year's awesome Grammy Awards with nary a hiccup. First up at bat is Phil Ramone.