First look at A's proposed ballpark in Las Vegas
LAS VEGAS - The Athletics on Friday released the first renderings of the team's proposed ballpark in Las Vegas. The ballpark will sit on nine acres at the Tropicana Las Vegas and features a variety of seating options, partially retractable roof, and can fit 30,000 A's fans. The Athletics said...
SF Glens women's soccer team ranked no. 1 after four matches
SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — After winning their first four matches, the San Francisco Glens Women’s Team is currently sitting at number one in the USL W League standings. The Glens have started the season unbeaten and cemented themselves as early favorites. Nadia Gomes has been leading the way in attack, netting five goals in the […]
Retro Bowling Alley Closing May 31 Near SF
Sea Bowl, first opened in 1958, will have its final day on the lanes today, May 31. According to The San Francisco Standard, the Pacifica, Calif., retro center had recently made the announcement to their league bowlers. Such a staple in the community, the business is located on Sea Bowl...
Day Around the Bay: Las Vegas A’s First Ballpark Renderings Released
As the A’s insist upon leaving Oakland for Las Vegas, the team has released glossy new illustrations of the proposed new stadium in Las Vegas. It’s supposed to be at the Tropicana Las Vegas site, across from the MGM Grand, but it still only holds 30,000 people. [ABC7]
A Dip Into San Rafael’s Aquatic Past
It’s a summer morning in June at the San Rafael High School pool and there are close to sixty kids between the ages of 5 and 9 in the water. They are cheering, screaming, and crying, and most importantly, swimming. This is San Rafael’s Pacific Coast Marlins Learn to...
San Francisco 15, Milwaukee 1
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Panthers Clinch Thrilling 44-42 Win Over Sugar Skulls
In an electrifying showdown at the Boneyard, the Bay Area Panthers pulled off a tight two-point win against the Tucson Sugar Skulls, ending with a score of 44-42. Despite Tucson's powerful second quarter, the Panthers staged an impressive comeback to stay ahead in the Western Division race. The match marked the return of former Sugar Skulls head coach, Dixie Wooten, who currently serves as the offensive coordinator for the Bay Area team.
Bike Rodeo Event in San Francisco Enhances Cycling Safety for Kids and Families
The Bike Rodeo event at Pier 30 in San Francisco aimed to educate children and adults on cycling safety, attracting participants aged 5 to 17. Attendees learned essential safety techniques, such as proper turns, signaling stops, helmet fitting, and bike sizing, helping them feel more confident and secure while biking in the city.
Sacramento mayor discusses potential of temporary A's site
As the Athletics make steady strides toward leaving Oakland and relocating to Las Vegas, several questions remain if a deal is agreed upon. The A’s lease at the Oakland Coliseum expires following the 2024 MLB season, and if their Las Vegas ballpark comes to fruition, the team would need a temporary place to play while their stadium on a nine-acre Tropicana site is being built.
How a Bay Area man won Bay to Breakers for the first time in almost 60 years
Colin Bennie is the first Bay Area man to win the Bay to Breakers race in decades.
Bounce, Rock, Skate, Roll: Richard Humphrey's Skate Journey
This piece was originally a part of Rightnowish’s 2021 series, Roll With Us, all about the Bay Area’s community and culture on wheels. Every Sunday San Francisco’s Richard Humphrey teaches roller dance classes in San Leandro; his students have the honor of learning from someone who has been on quad skates for five decades.
Get Your Kids Ready for Summer with American Red Cross Guided Swim Lessons at the Student Recreation Center
The Student Recreation Center of the University Student Union is offering children's swim lessons this summer for all ability levels, taught using American Red Cross guidelines.
Bay Area college wins big with Stephen Curry's latest award
A Bay Area college is the biggest winner from Stephen Curry's latest award. The University of San Francisco Institute for Nonviolence and Social Justice received a $100,000 contribution from the NBA on Curry's behalf as part of him being named the Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Social Justice Champion, the league announced Tuesday. Founded in 2021, the award is named after the six-time MVP and honors players who uphold Abdul-Jabbar's legacy of promoting...
Thrilling Volleyball Showdown at Bay View Classic
The 36th Annual Bay View Classic, a thrilling volleyball showdown, took place at the Grounds in Roseville over the weekend. The event featured young volleyball enthusiasts from various regional teams, including the Golden Bears from Berkeley, vying for court supremacy. Tom, a representative from the NorCal Volleyball Association, highlighted the positive impact of the event on local businesses and praised the Grounds facility for its excellent layout and amenities.
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AGT News 24 all the essential details about the fight's date, start time, undercard, and more Having engaged in two thrilling encounters with Logan.
Alameda Ultimate Team Win State Title
On Sunday, May 21, the Monarchs — Alameda city’s co-ed high school Ultimate Frisbee team — won first place at the State Championships. The team defeated Berkeley High, 13-7, in the championship game. The team includes high school students from all over the Island — Encinal Jr/Sr...
49ers Quarterback Brock Purdy Aims for Full Recovery by Season Opener
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Brock Purdy expresses optimism about being healthy enough to start the season opener. Presently in rehabilitation due to a shoulder injury, Purdy is working closely with quarterback trainers in Jacksonville to refine his mechanics before rejoining the team. Compared to last year, Purdy feels more at ease with the offense, as he previously had to familiarize himself with new concepts and demonstrate his skills to teammates and coaches. Despite this progress, he acknowledges the need to fine-tune certain aspects of his performance, such as how he interacts with and perceives the defense.
Oakland Roots SC defeat San Diego Loyal SC 2-0
The Oakland Roots hosted the San Diego Loyal for the first matchup of two on the season. They got they job done once again as they continue to hold the advantage of San Diego in recent matches. The Loyal couldn’t get anything going and, as a result, were held scoreless...
South Bay's New Athletic Prodigy: McKenna Woliczko's Freshman Phenomenon
Freshman prodigy McKenna Woliczko is making a name for herself at Archbishop Mitty High School, following in the footsteps of legendary athletes like Kerri Walsh Jennings and Aaron Gordon. With outstanding performances in basketball and softball, she has already received 22 scholarship offers from renowned universities, including Stanford and South Carolina.
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