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CBS SF Talks To ArnoCorps Singer Graf HolzfeuerGraf Holzfeuer, lead singer for Bay Area action-adventure rockers ArnoCorps, talks about his band's forthcoming recording 'The Unbelievable EP,' our new president and the group's upcoming concert at Slim's with Mac Sabbath on January 27.
UC Berkeley Discovery Yields New Mark Twain Children's BookDoubleday Books for Young Readers announced Friday that it has acquired a Samuel Clemens-penned fairy tale recently discovered by Cal researchers.
Bay Area Republicans Celebrate Trump Inauguration At Party In Santa RosaBay Area Republicans held an inauguration ball of their own in Santa Rosa to celebrate the beginning of Donald Trump’s presidency.
Artists React To Trump Inauguration On Social MediaTrump's Inauguration elicited a range of responses.
Adele Will Perform At The GRAMMYsThis year's diverse performer lineup includes Metallica, John Legend and a duet between Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban.
Prince William To Leave Job As Air Ambulance PilotThe British Royal will soon leave his job as an air ambulance helicopter pilot to spend more time on royal duties...
Foodie Chap With Chef Adam Sobel of Mina Test KitchenEnjoy Liam's tasty talk with a super passionate chef, inspired by his roots and travels, Adam Sobel + jot down his recipe for Carciofi e Mortadella!
Baldwin, De Niro, Moore Join Hundreds At Trump ProtestCity mayors, actors and hundreds of New Yorkers have gathered outside a Donald Trump building for a pre-inauguration demonstration...
'NCIS: Los Angeles' Star Miguel Ferrer Has DiedNoted character actor Miguel Ferrer, star of "Crossing Jordan," "Twin Peaks" and "NCIS: Los Angeles," has died following a battle with cancer.
Carrie Underwood Wants To Play A Zombie On 'The Walking Dead'Underwood would rather play a zombie than a hero.
Green Day Billie Joe Armstrong's Youngest Son, Jakob Danger, Releases 3 SongsLISTEN: Some of the magic lies within the dirty recording of the songs... as if recorded on cassette shoved in a boom box.
Iron Maiden To Play Oakland For First Time In 30 YearsIconic British metal band Iron Maiden is returning to North America for the latest leg of its "Book of Souls" tour, including the group's first show in Oakland since the late 1980s.

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