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  • Oakland A's vs. Los Angeles Angels - 09/21/2014 10:39 PM PDT
    ( Steven Senne )
    Purdy: Raiders are what we thought they were

    09/21/2014 10:43 PM PDT
    In close loss to Tom Brady and New England Patriots, Oakland Raiders show moxie and effort of an NFL team
    Purdy: A's collapse about physics, not chemistry
    09/18/2014 09:48 PM PDT - The Oakland A's deep slump -- now 25 losses in 36 games -- can be traced to the failure of an offense that was productive early in the season. 

  • Purdy: A letter to 49ers from Baltimore - 09/10/2014 09:11 AM PDT
  • Purdy: Will Ray McDonald play Sunday? - 09/03/2014 11:28 AM PDT
  • Tim Kawakami
    (Rick Scuteri/AP)
    Kawakami: 49ers' losses linked to larger issues

    49ers' loss to Cardinals just latest example of a team in disarray
    M. Thompson II
    (Brian Bahr)
    Thompson: Raiders' offseason moves have yet to pay dividends

    Oakland Raiders brought in eight veterans with 52 games of playoff experience, including eight Super Bowls and three rings, but in the first two games those players haven't produced much results 
    Bud Geracie
    ( )
    Wake of the Week archive: Trouble for local hero 10 years ago

    Bud Geracie's archived column from 2004 that takes a sideways look back at the local and national sports scene 
    ( Anderson Collection )
    Review: Stunning Anderson Collection opens at Stanford

    Housed on the Stanford University campus in a $36 million building designed by Richard Olcott, this collection, built over the past half-century by a Bay Area couple, enjoys 15,000 square feet of exhibition space, where 104 paintings, sculptures and other works are currently displayed. (The entire collection numbers 121 pieces.) Olcott's building, which is impressive in its own right, floats next to Stanford's Cantor Arts Center, and admission to both is free. 
    Emma Watson delivers powerful speech on feminism

    The 'Harry Potter' actress questions why women's rights has become so polarizing in a United Nations Speech in New York over the weekend.