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.

Pre-Thanksgiving Dinner

Tomorrow will be a stuff-fest, and I mean that literally. I will stuff my face with stuffing and all the other Thanksgiving foods too numerous to mention.  While it could be argued that the best way to prepare would be to stuff my face tonight, I’m taking a different approach …

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Get Your Pigskin and Bird On!

So, Thanksgiving is about as all-American as you can get and on Thanksgiving you also get football. I have often thought of Thanksgiving as the best holiday because, for better or worse, it is what we all love. See, with Christmas (and I love Christmas) there is a pressure of gift giving and …

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Make It: Cranberry Sauce

Did you grow up eating canned cranberry sauce?  Sure you did. So did and I, and it was delicious, particularly the next day, sliced thin and slipped into a leftover turkey sandwich.  I still like the cranberry-jell-in-a-can, but I’ve also learned to love the homemade variety. Here’s the recipe my …

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Zen in the Midst of Turkey Chaos

Typically, my local grocery store is pretty quiet in the middle of the day, but this is the Monday before Thanksgiving so I encountered a little bit of crazy when I dropped in to get tonight’s dinner. The serious Turkey Day shoppers were already there loading their carts with potatoes, …

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