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This past week I had a chance to talk to the newest member of the San Francisco Giants, Tyler Austin, about National Pet Day, his favorite musical artist, and his pick for the NBA Finals. Check out the video below: Also a few days before I had a chance to welcome Tyler to San Francisco:

With the Giants finishing up their homestand against the Rays, Padres and Rockies (going 5-5 in those 10 games), I thought I’d share a couple of questions I asked Bruce Bochy about Kevin Pillar. The first is a pregame question I asked Bochy about lowering Pillar in the line up after creating most of the […]

The Giants continued their homestand with a 3 game series against the Padres. The Giants lost the series 2-1, only winning the second game, but received great contributions from new members of the team. Check out some highlights from the series below: Game 1: Despite the Giants ultimately losing 6-5, the Giants actually had a […]

It’s 20 minutes before the start of the “Brother Bruno” show on KXSF 102.5 FM, airing Mondays at noon. Bruno Brunecker is just outside the studio door on Toland Place, less a San Francisco street than a parking lot, a wide elbow-shaped alley lined with warehouses near the old Produce Market.

Live from San Jose in the press box, I had an opportunity to report on the #4 seed Virginia Tech vs #12 seed Liberty game in the SAP center. Here’s some perspective on the game. — Preview/Content: Historically, Virginia Tech is 14-3 all time vs Liberty, but VT has never faced the Flames in the postseason. Virginia Tech’s win against Saint Louis (66 […]

Before today’s UC Irvine vs Oregon March Madness game, check out my article on the UC Irvine game below:   Live from San Jose in the press box, I had an opportunity to report on the #4 seed Kansas State vs #13 seed UC Irvine game in the SAP center. Here’s some perspective on the game. […]

If you’re a sports fan, or really just about anyone who knows a sports fan, you might know that March means that the annual “March Madness” College Basketball Tournament is taking place. For those of you who don’t know, a field of 68 college basketball teams will compete in a massive postseason bracket, with games […]

It’s a cold, foggy afternoon on Treasure Island. A few seagulls fly in the sky, and walking down Avenue H there’s a 3-story tall pile of dirt where a little league field once stood. While this might not seem like the scene of a nationally televised concert, it was. On January 7th, Treasure Island was […]

Tonight, 1/12, the University of San Francisco’s Men’s basketball team is taking on one of the best teams in the country, the Gonzaga Bulldogs, at War Memorial Gym on Golden Gate Avenue. Before the game is broadcast live on ESPN 2, check out a brief preview of the game below. Want to root for the USF […]

This past November, DJ Sammy P of Pasco’s Perspective attended the AJR/Robert DeLong concert at the Masonic Auditorium. The sold-out concert was part of AJR’s The Click Part 2 Tour and featured its own Snapchat filter for attendees to share their experience on social media. AJR is an American indie pop band composed of multi-instrumentalist […]