A-11 Offense Spring Football League Kicks Off Thursday: The New XFL

A-11 Offense Spring Football League – based on the The A-11 Offense that was created by Cal-Berkeley grad Steve Humphries and his Piedmont High School (Piedmont, CA) coaching partner Kurt … Read More

Mom creates Facebook page for son who wears glasses – abc7news.com

abc7news.comA 4-year-old boy cried when he found out he needed glasses, so his mom created a Facebook page to show him glasses are awesome. (KGO) — It’s helping a 4-year-old … Read More

August Roads Guest Starred On “Modern Family ClosetCon ’13” Nov 20th

August Roads, an up-and-coming young actor and musician, guest starred on the popular TV Show Modern Family and in the episode “ClosetCon ’13” on Wednesday, November 20th, 2013. Here’s the … Read More

Lea Salonga In Concert: CityArts San Francisco, Saturday, October 5th: Tickets

Lea Salonga is the World-renowned, Broadway singer and actress best known for originating the role of Kim in the blockbuster musical, Miss Saigon, for which she garnered the Tony and … Read More

Disco Volante Oakland Closes Abruptly; Monday Last Day

Disco Volante Oakland has closed. Disco Volante in Downtown Oakland, at 347 14th Street, is a very popular eatery and entertainment spot that I didn’t get to spend as much … Read More

Paula Deen: Smithfield Foods, Like Food Network, Drops; Gets Facebook Bombed

Paula Deen has been dropped by the Smithfield Foods organization out of Virginia, and just three days from Food Network’s decision not to renew Ms. Deen’s contract with the television … Read More

Steak Shapiro Apologizes To Brooke Baldwin On CNN For Steve Gleason Prank

Steak Shapiro, or Steve Shapiro, the former co-host of 790 The Zone’s Mayhem In The AM radio show, and host of the new local TV show Atlanta Eats, has said … Read More

President Obama Says Jersey Shore ‘Open For Business’

President Obama is rocking Jersey Shore and Twitter with the historic declaration “Jersey Shore is open for business” today. And stop for a moment and consider that Barack Obama has … Read More

Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts Beyond The Red Cross: Occupy Sandy

The Red Cross is a great organization, but the problem with having everyone rely just on one company for disaster relief efforts, is it becomes overwhelmed beyond what it can … Read More

Oakland News: Oakland’s Sexually Diverse Election Race

Oakland probably has the most sexually diverse election race ever. What if I told you that in the District Three Race for Oakland City Council, two of the leading candidates … Read More

Oakland News: Mayor Quan Mailer Recall Fears, Ethics Problem; A’s Blocked?

Is Oakland Mayor Jean Quan scared of being recalled? Did you happen to open your mail on Friday or Saturday and get a nice love brochure about Oakland, courtesy of … Read More

Oakland Mayor Jean Quan Blasted On Facebook Page

On December 15th, Oakland Mayor Jean Quan, or someone working on her behalf, elected to announce to the World that the Mayor’s Facebook Page would be, in their words, “disabled.” … Read More

Terrance Candell: 2010 Oakland Mayor’s Race Candidate Supports Quan Recall

Oakland’s Terrance Candell never stopped running for Mayor of Oakland. His website, Candell For Mayor, is still up, but and unlike the other eight candidates (Joe Tuman’s “Tuman For Mayor … Read More

The Avengers: Marvel Entertaiment Movie Update

As The Avengers, the live-action Marvel Entertaiment / Disney version of the classic Marvel Comics series of iconic superheros who can’t get along, but need each other, races toward its … Read More