Questions about the Super Bowl

In case you haven’t heard by now, and you might not have, the Super Bowl is coming to San Francisco. With San Francisco playing host city to a football game that’s actually being played in Santa Clara — a city about an hour drive away with no traffic — the
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Your Fourth of July fireworks guide for the Bay Area

American skies will be clouded in a red, white and blue haze this Independence Day, and ours in the Golden State are no exception. The launching of fireworks is a quintessential tradition, started by none other than Founding Father John Adams himself. In lieu of his hope for “Illuminations from
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No. 1 Cal hosts lowly Santa Clara

Although the No. 1 Cal softball team will technically “prepare” to take on 8-36 Santa Clara, no serious spectator of the sport would seriously believe the Broncos stand a chance for Wednesday’s 3 p.m. game at Levine-Fricke Field. The Bears (39-2, 11-1 in the Pac-12) own a 72-0 series advantage
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Cal battles Santa Clara in Bay Area Classic finale

The battle over ultimate soccer supremacy of the Bay Area will reach its thrilling conclusion Friday afternoon at Edwards Stadium. The Cal men’s soccer team (2-1-2) beat San Francisco in the its season opener and, now three weeks later, will face a rugged Santa Clara squad at 4 p.m. to
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