By Michelle Robertson, SFGATE Published 10:55 am PST, Tuesday, February 5, 2019 Now Playing: SFGATE got a sneak peak of the top two floors of one of San Francisco's newest residents, the Salesforce Tower in the SoMa district. With Hawaiian inspiration and views for miles the space offers employees a welcoming escape that will also serve as an event and meeting space. Media: Katie Wood/SFGATE Salesforce Tower is opening its top floor to the public, but before you descend those 61 stories, beware the fine print. On Monday the tallest building in San Francisco, which opened for business last year, announced it will host free public tours of the Ohana Floor one Saturday a month. ALSO READ: Wait, what exactly is Salesforce? But you'll have to wait to experience those panoramic views. Since the Monday announcement, the first three tour dates have already sold out. The next open tour - as of 11 a.m. Tuesday - is May 18. You can sign yourself up on the Salesforce … [Read more...] about Dying to see the view from the top of Salesforce Tower? Here’s your chance.
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Matt Charboneau The Detroit News Published 5:19 PM EST Dec 30, 2018 Redbox Bowl: Michigan State vs. Oregon Kickoff: 3 Monday, Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, Calif. Records: Michigan State 7-5; Oregon 8-4 TV/radio: Fox/760 Line: Oregon by 2.5 View from the other side Ryan Thorburn covers Oregon football for The Register-Guard in Eugene, Ore. He breaks down the Ducks for The Detroit News, answering five questions heading into Monday’s Michigan State-Oregon Redbox Bowl game at Levi’s Stadium. You can follow him on Twitter @RyanThorburn ►Question: Was Justin Herbert’s decision to return for his senior season a surprise? ►Thorburn: Not at all. There was a feeling around the program that Herbert, who is a serious student (4.06 GPA in biology) was leaning toward returning to Oregon in 2019. As a kid growing up in Eugene, Herbert watched another soft-spoken star quarterback return for his redshirt junior year after a disappointing finish to the … [Read more...] about View from the other side: MSU vs. Oregon in Redbox Bowl
Angelique S. Chengelis The Detroit News Published 8:13 AM EST Dec 28, 2018 Peach Bowl: Michigan vs. Florida Kickoff: Noon Saturday, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta Records: Michigan 10-2, Florida 9-3 TV/radio: ESPN/950 Line: Michigan by 6 View from the other side Nick de la Torre covers Florida football for GatorCountry.com. He breaks down the Gators for The Detroit News, answering five questions heading into Saturday’s Michigan-Florida Peach Bowl game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. You can follow him on Twitter @NickdelaTorreGC ►Question: The last time you answered questions for us, Nick, Jim McElwain was the head coach heading into the 2017 opener. How different is Florida under Dan Mullen? ►de la Torre: These guys may have the same numbers and names on the back of their jerseys, but this is an entirely different football team. It started with 29-year-old strength and conditioning coach Nick Savage. Just six weeks into his program, and Florida started actually … [Read more...] about View from the other side: Michigan vs. Florida in Peach Bowl
Justin Rogers The Detroit News Published 5:11 PM EST Dec 27, 2018 Lions at Packers Kickoff: 1 p.m. Sunday, Lambeau Field, Green Bay, Wis. TV/radio: Fox/760 Records: Lions 5-10, Packers 6-8-1 Line: Packers by 8 View from the other side Bill Huber covers the Packers for 247Sports' Packer Report and CBS Sports. He breaks down the Lions’ upcoming opponent for The Detroit News, answering five questions heading into Sunday’s game. You can follow him on Twitter @PackerReport. ►Question: Aaron Rodgers has built this reputation on being able to elevate the roster around him to a competitive level, regardless of the supporting cast. Why has this year been different? ►Huber: I go back to the spring. Mike McCarthy brought back Joe Philbin as his offensive coordinator and they took, in McCarthy’s words, a “scrub brush” to the offense. We asked Rodgers about the new offensive approach at the start of the offseason program in April and a … [Read more...] about View from the other side: Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers
Justin Rogers The Detroit News Published 2:44 PM EST Dec 20, 2018 Vikings at Lions Kickoff: 1 p.m. Sunday, Ford Field, Detroit TV/radio: Fox/760 Records: Vikings 7-6-1; Lions 5-9 Line: Vikings by 5 1/2 View from the other side Chris Tomasson covers the Vikings for the St. Paul Pioneer Press. He breaks down the Lions’ upcoming opponent for The Detroit News, answering five questions heading into Sunday’s game. You can follow him on Twitter @christomasson. ►Question: It's only been a week, but are there noticeable differences with the offense, whether personnel usage or schematic, since changing coordinators? ►Tomasson: The Vikings have simplified the offense under interim coordinator Kevin Stefanski. They’re not running as many shifts and have cut down on some plays. But the players still say it comes down to execution. In a 41-17 win over Miami last Sunday, the Vikings were more committed to the run than they had been under fired … [Read more...] about View from the other side: Detroit Lions vs. Minnesota Vikings