Ken Dito looks at the Giants win over the Royals in Game 1 of the World Series.
Archives for October 2014
John Rothmann reflects on the passing of Ben Bradlee and how if there’s a story to be covered in heaven, Bradlee would cover it brilliantly.
Lloyd Lindsay Young asks ‘How cold is cold?’ Cold weather is really all relative.
John Rothmann asks the question ‘What if the Republicans capture the Senate?’ With 2 weeks until the election, it looks like a possibility.
Ken Dito with a look at how both the Giants and Royals got to the Fall Classic. Two wild card teams meet in the World Series. How did they get there?
Barbara Simpson talks about the problems associated with Ebola and one not previously considered: the effect on chocolate and cocoa prices and supplies.
Hillary Clinton did not announce that she is running, but it was clear as she appeared in San Francisco that she is running hard for 2016. John Rothmann explains.
Celeste Perry takes us on a magical tour of what it’s like to find the perfect dentist. Are tiny hands the answer? And then a look at rings around the neck.
Lloyd Lindsay Young says you have to pay your dues and work smaller markets.
Amidst all of the hysteria, there needs to be ultimate accountability about what is being said about Ebola. John Rothmann comments.
This week on video: Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel’s Sex Tape, a Jon Hamm double feature, and Zack Braff’s Kickstarter-funded project. Dennis Willis hosts.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen saying the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer. Does that mean the middle class is disappearing?
Ken Dito says, let’s get some information on the Kansas City Royals: Small market team, big market results.
John Rothmann asks whether the U.S. drop of small arms, food, and supplies is enough to save Kobani from Islamic State.
With today being the last day to register to vote in California, Stan Burford talks about how even if people don’t agree, if the don’t vote, they lose their right to complain.
Conflict over the Temple Mount in Jerusalem grows after Abbas statement saying Jews have “no right to go there.”
Meundies is now paying Joseph Randle who stole their product from a department store. Ken Dito says the NFL has hit bottom.
John Rothmann discusses the benefits of natural grass playing fields over artificial turf.
Lloyd Lindsay Young on how newspapers are rapidly fading away as people turn towards electronic media.
The latest 2016 presidential polls put Romney and Clinton in the lead.
The Giants unsung hero is their General Manager Brain Sabean. Ken Dito reports Billy Beane gets the publicity … Brian Sabean goes to the World Series.
John Rothmann says the only thing we have to fear is Ebola itself.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss the fact that the Ebola Czar is not a doctor. The President’s detractors are on full attack.
John Rothmann says the Supreme Court decision on the Texas voter ID law is an affront to democracy.
Ken Dito reports the Niners face Payton Manning and the Broncos Sunday night while the Raiders look for their first win against Arizona.
Americans have gotten complacent about contagious diseases because of all the vaccinations we have – -so we (including the medical establishment) don’t take Ebola seriously. Barbara Simpson hosts.
Ken Dito says the Giants have the baseball gods on their side again as they win Game 5 of the NLCS and the National League pennant.
John Rothmann talks about how the town of Amriyat al Fallujah is the gateway to Baghdad. If it falls, Islamic State will score an important victory.
Lloyd Lindsay Young shares his love for weather and his career background.
John Rothmann talks about how in the face of the Ebola crisis, Obama appears indecisive and that is not effective presidential leadership.
Stan Burford talks about how computers helped building design become bold. Now computers are helping buildings understand you and your needs.
Ken Dito thinks the Baseball Gods are working overtime. The Giants won game four 6-4 and they are doing it with miracles.
The latest Gallup poll tells us what issues we care about as the mid terms approach. John Rothmann says it appears to favor the GOP.
Lloyd Lindsay Young asks who are the Legends of Weather? How did they get their start?
Bashing Obama on Ebola is irresponsible. John Rothmann comments.
John Rothmann on how the Grand Ayatollah of Iran says the U.S., Zionists, and Great Britain are responsible for the crisis with Islamic State.
Ken Dito looks at Game of the NLCS where the Giants beat the Cardinals 5-4 in 10 innings.
John Rothmann talks about how the next 3 weeks before the mid-term election are heaven for political junkies.
Elizabeth Kate talks about female winemakers. In a male-dominated industry, a few women have made in-roads and significant contributions to the wine and spirits industry.
John Rothmann on how Turkey is bombing Kurds in Turkey instead of Islamic State In Syria.
Lloyd Lindsay Young talks about how weather can cause delays and cancellations so always check before you fly. What are the safety records of the airlines?
John Rothmann’s commentary on the end of the Bay Guardian newspaper. The demise is sad but the rise of new platforms like the Talk Pod are good news.
Stan Burford comes up with a plan of How to solve the problem of Distracted Driving. A look at what causes “distracted driving” and what the future holds to solve the problem.
Michael Cardoza says the Ray McDonald arrest is no different than thousands of other domestic violence arrests other than he is an exceptionally talented defensive end for the 49ers and because of that he is being given special consideration by law enforcement.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss a new case of hazing for a high school sports program. Hazing is part of a lot of organizations in our society. What should be done?
Ken Dito looks at the 49ers Monday Night Football game where they beat the Rams 31-17, winning their 3rd straight game.
John Rothmann talks about October 14 being an important day as defense chiefs from more than 20 nations meet with President Obama to discuss the crisis in the Middle East.
Celeste Perry chats with author and stage performer Andrea Martin, who is currently starring in Pippin at the Golden Gate Theater and promoting her book, Lady Parts.
Lloyd Lindsay Young talks about historic Route 66. Where did it go and what kind of weather did it have?
John Rothmann on how the oceans are rising and we need to start preparing for what lies ahead.