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.

Shows

The Mens Room was born one evening in a dark bar during an argument over tater tots. Months later, after all jail time had been served, all that was left was the community service. In a fortunate turn of events the judge sentenced the crew to an outreach program for …

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Ski Season is Here!

You may not be aware but Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows and Heavenly open for the season today with Kirkwood, Sugar Bowl, Bear Valley and Serra at Tahoe all scheduled to open in the next week.  Two big storms have dumped up to 48” so far this season which makes for good …

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The Men’s Room Beer

In case you didn’t know, our buddies from The Men’s Room have their own Craft Beer: Elysian Original Red. Here’s the run-down: STYLE Original red BODY Medium TASTING NOTES Amber in color with a light hop aroma and toasty malt finish. MALTS C-77, Munich, Cara-hell, and Cara-Red HOPS Bittered with Chinook …

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Ski Season Is Here

You may not be aware but Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows and Heavenly open for the season today with Kirkwood, Sugar Bowl, Bear Valley and Serra at Tahoe all scheduled to open in the next week.  Two big storms have dumped up to 48” so far this season which makes for good …

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