Dana Jang


Saturdays 10p-3p

Native San Franciscan and attended high school in Palo Alto. After completing my studies at Santa Clara University, I began my radio career in San Jose as a DJ and later a music director. Part of my job was seeing artists perform at such legendary Bay Area venues as Winterland, The Fillmore, Berkeley Community Theater, Old Waldorf, The Warfield, Shoreline Amphitheater, Concord Pavilion, and of course the large stadium concerts at the Oakland Coliseum, Candlestick Park, AT&T Park and Levi Stadium. Following Bay Area sports is a passion of mine as I enjoy watching the Giants, A’s, Warriors, 49ers, Raiders and the San Jose Sharks. Living in the Bay Area offers so much as I’m fortunate to call it home. It’s great to be back at 98.5 KFOX which is where I spent many years in San Jose.

You Told Us!

Hola Bitcholas, Through the course of the show, we are inundated with texts and comments. Some make the air, most don’t, but only because, quite literally, HUNDREDS of these things come pouring in. Today I decided to share a small smattering of the types of things that come our way. Enjoy. “I’m so …

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Lift the Fog with the Big Brown Blog!

Hola Bitcholas, Say what you want about humanity…and there’s plenty to say lately…but even among our endless quarrels and perceived slights, there’s the occasional bright spot.   I want to be clear, I’m not talking about any pious or charitable action, or anything heroic or noble, I’m talking about juvenile nonsense that …

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My Favorite Cookie Recipe on National Cookie Day

Not much can go wrong when you combine butter, sugar, eggs, flour and chocolate.  Today is National Cookie Day and various businesses including Mrs. Fields and Whole Foods are offering deals, click COOKIE for details. My favorite cookie has its origins in the 2000 Presidential campaign. Laura Bush and Tipper …

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Who’s Smarter: Dogs or Cats?

My cat-loving friends are convinced their feline companions are highly intelligent, while I’m certain my dogs are clearly smarter than any purring kitty. Now scientists have a tool to count neurons in animals leading them to proclaim that dogs have twice as many neurons as cats.  For perspective, the cerebral …

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