Dodgers Re-Invite Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence to Pride Night After Much Shaming From LGBTQ Community
Last week's dustup surrounding the L.A. Dodgers' dumb decision to disinvite the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence from their Pride Night at the behest of misinformed Catholics and conservatives like Marco Rubio has taken another turn: the Dodgers have apologized and taken it all back.
Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence and Others Respond to the L.A. Dodgers' Dumbness In Bowing to Marco Rubio
Late Wednesday we learned that the L.A. Dodgers had decided to disinvite the L.A. chapter of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence from their annual Pride Night game at Dodgers Stadium — something the drag nuns were invited to this year to be recipients of the team's Community Hero Award.
A’s Announce Agreement for New Vegas Ballpark, One Week After Bailing On Previous Vegas Ballpark
The Oakland A’s claim they have a done deal to build a stadium at the Tropicana casino site on the Las Vegas Strip, though they just backed out a similar land deal last week, and the whole scenario is contingent on $400 million in yet-unapproved Nevada taxpayer money.
The Warriors Come Undone Late In Game 4, Fall 3-1 to Lakers In Semis
After being blown out in Game 3 in Los Angles on Saturday, the Dubs responded beautifully in Game 4 last night before slowly unraveling late and trying to hero ball their way to a win, losing to the Lakers 104-101. The Warriors are again on the brink of elimination.
Warriors Tie Series 2-2 After a Game 4 Nail-Biter. But Will They Get a Road Win?
After thinking that the Warriors were doomed after yet another crushing road trip, they redeem themselves at home with spectacular wins, and we are again filled with the belief that this time, this time, Golden State will flip the switch, and finally win on the road.
Oakland A’s Move to Las Vegas Looks Like a Done Deal, Team Just Bought Stadium Site, But Who Knows
A wild Wednesday night of developments loaded the bases for the Oakland A’s to move to Las Vegas, as the A’s organization bought land for a stadium, Major League Baseball blessed the deal, and Oakland Mayor Sheng Thao declared she was done negotiating with team executives.
Still Stuck In Their Regular Season Road Rut, the Warriors Fall 0-2 Against the Kings In Round 1
With a 114-106 loss to the Sacramento Kings last night, the Warriors have fallen 0-2 in Round 1 of the playoffs heading back to Chase Center, with Game 3 on Thursday. This is new and ominous terrain for Golden State, though the problems sullying the Warriors in Games 1 and 2 are all too familiar.
Clinching a Playoff Berth at the Bitter End of a Strange Season, the Warriors Will Face Sacramento in Round 1
In a season where so little seemed in their control (especially when they weren't playing at the Chase Center) the Warriors eked out just enough wins, controlling their destiny as the season ground to a close.
Steph Curry to Star In New NBC Sitcom 'Mr. Throwback'
Warriors great Steph Curry, who is still sinking threes on a possible road to the playoffs this season, is making moves with the media company he started two years ago, and will executive produce and star in a new mockumentary comedy for NBC, playing himself.
New Raiders QB Jimmy Garoppolo Offered Free Sex for Life at Chicken Ranch Outside Vegas
The Bay Area's loss is Las Vegas' gain with sexy former 49er Jimmy Garoppolo headed to become the Raiders' newest quarterback. And two workers at the Chicken Ranch brothel in Pahrump, Nevada have a special lifetime offer for Jimmy G.
March Madness Cult Hero ‘Sister Jean’ Was Born And Raised Right Here in San Francisco
The annual NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament is underway, and it turns out that the 103-year-old nun who’s become the tournament’s unofficial Cinderella-team mascot, Sister Jean Schmidt, grew up here in San Francisco.
49ers' Dream Run Comes to an End with Injury to Purdy and a Blowout by Philadelphia
It felt like a game of exceptionally bad luck for the Niners, with mere inches separating glory from disaster early on. San Francisco lost 31-7 to the Eagles and were denied a trip to the Super Bowl, but also denied what would have been one of the great storylines in sports history.