June 2014 Archive

Liberal ideals are not yet dead, but more relevant than ever

Liberals are living in alarming times. A few years before his death in 2012, the British historian Eric Hobsbawm passed summary judgment on the future ...

The Internet’s Own Boy: New Documentary About Aaron Swartz Now Free Online

On BoingBoing today, Cory Doctorow writes: “The Creative Commons-licensed version of The Internet’s Own Boy, Brian Knappenberger’s documentary about Aaron Swartz, is now available on the ...

Report: Bulls get first crack at Anthony; Rockets, Mavs after

Carmelo Anthony will begin his free-agent tour in Chicago with the Bulls’ front office before flying to Texas to meet with the Rockets and Mavs.

Report: Jackson among candidates to replace Kidd

If the Nets do indeed part ways with Jason Kidd, Mark Jackson is one of several candidates being considered for Kidd’s replacement.

Report: Suns to pursue LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony

Phoenix is determined to emerge as a legitimate destination for LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony, who have privately shared an affinity for playing with each ...

Rewind: Brand new race in NL West, Giants fall into first place tie

Once up by a mile in the NL West, the Giants are now in a first-place tie with their most heated rival heading into the ...

Sergio Romo reacts to being pulled from closer role

After getting word that he’ll no longer be the closer for the Giants, at least for now, Sergio Romo responded with a positive, team-first attitude.

Instant Replay: Giants swept by Reds, free fall continues

Tim Hudson was terrific, but the Giants offense was non-existent as they suffered their first four-game sweep at AT&T Park in club history.

Montana thinks Seahawks can become a dynasty

Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana believes with the way they’re “put together,” that the Seahawks are capable of becoming a dynasty.

SF comes out proud for annual Pride Parade

by Laura Dudnick Mayor Ed Lee donned rainbow sunglasses. Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom jogged along the sidelines, high-fiving spectators. Police danced to “We Are Family.” ...

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