• Quinn: What women in tech do to thrive - 04/20/2014 08:19 AM PDT
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    Tonight's TV picks: 'Game of Thrones' setting target on Tyrion?

    Also, 'Devious Maids' returns for more sudsy fun, and 'Salem' takes us back to 17th-century time of witches. 
    RAY CHAVEZ
    Singer proves worthy of fan adulation in sold-out show at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium.  
     
    For the second consecutive year, Singapore's Changi Airport is the best airport on the planet. The World Airport Awards 2014 are based on Skytrax surveys of 12 million international fliers from over 160 countries. T  
     
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    Around the Remote: 'The Voice' kicks off its live shows as America gets the vote.  
     
    Josie Lepe
    As more Californians than ever explore drought-tolerant landscape alternatives, two upcoming garden tours shine a spotlight on low-water native plants. On April 26 and 27, some 60 gardens on the Peninsula and in the Santa Clara Valley will be open to visitors. And on May 4, some 40 East Bay gardens, from Fremont to Martinez, will be open too.  
     
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    'In the middle of the night, just a tiny amount of light -- so brief it doesn't even wake you up, just opening your computer (or glancing at your phone) -- can shift your clock by hours. It can make an early bird into a night owl.'
     
     
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    Also, Bombay Bicycle Club rides into the Fillmore on April 20.  
     
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    Cranky chef tackles Old Neighborhood Restaurant in Arvada. Plus, sumo wrestler Byambajav Ulambayar guest stars on 'Whose Line Is It Anyway?'  
     
    Sc-fi thriller returns to 'deepen' its characters in Season 2.  
     
    Courtesy of Amazon
    The system is off to a promising start, but its lack of original games and clear options is a drawback so far.  
     
    Kristopher Skinner
    Meanwhile, the Oakland Museum of California opens an exhibit devoted to vinyl records on April 19.  
     
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    Having Olivia come lives with us full-time is something I've wanted since her mother and I split eight years ago. Though she spends half her vacations and every other weekend with me, she has wanted to be here full-time with her 11- and 5-year-old sisters for a while. And like a lot of fathers, I kind of like my kid.
     
     
    Chris Pizzello
    Also, Rufus Wainwright performs two shows in San Francisco.  
     
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    Paul Wesley directs an episode in which Elena and Stefan envision what their life together might have been like. Also, 'Scandal' gets explosive for season finale.  
     
    Peter Mountain
    The cerebral thriller spends a lot of time on talk as it delves into a not-so-distant future in which a supercomputer has a soul.  
     
    Mark DuFrene/Bay Area News Group
    Wallowing in post-Easter eggs? Turn them into savory deviled eggs with smoked salmon, curried shrimp or lashings of sriracha.  
     
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    California's drought won't spoil the fun for fans of whitewater rafting. Sure, many rivers will be runnable for only a short time. But rivers with reservoir feeds will last throughout the summer.
     
     
    DAN ROSENSTRAUCH
    Spring has sprung and this balmy weather brings on a powerful yearning for truly great ice creams. Here are three places to get your fix at Cream, Cookiebar and Pacific Cookie Company.  
     
    The tour hits City National Civic on Aug. 17.  
     
    Imeh Akpanudosen
    Also, The Knife brings hot electronic music to the Fox in Oakland.  
     
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    'Competitor's Pick' sets stage for challenge as finalists pick the songs their competitors will sing.  
     
    DAN ROSENSTRAUCH
    Spring has sprung and this balmy weather brings on a powerful yearning for truly great ice creams. Here are three places to get your fix at Cream, Cookiebar and Pacific Cookie Company.  
     
    LAURENT GILLIERON
    The group chats about its 20th anniversary and new world tour, which includes an April 23 date in San Francisco.  
     
    BRT
    Nina Raine's drama examines how deafness affects a family's bonds; it plays in Berkeley through May 18.  
     
    Chris Large
    All-new 'true-crime' story still channels spirit of Coen Brothers' cult hit. Also, 'Awkward' returns for senior year.  
     
    Brian van der Brug
    Also, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion headed for The Blank Club in San Jose.  
     
    Michelle Mansfield
    The Burlingame Museum of PEZ Memorabilia contains a treasure trove of PEZ dispensers and classic toys.  
     
    JOSE CARLOS FAJARDO
    A handful of producers in the Anderson Valley are crafting pinot noir blanc, a luscious white wine made from cool-climate pinot noir grapes that lend a sophisticated, earthy finish to a crisp spring wine.  
     
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    Plus, get ready for explosive 'Dallas' midseason finale.  
     
    Chris Pizzello
    Top 20 Roxy Music songs of all time: Check out what makes our list.  
     
    (Photo by Dan Hallman/Invision/AP Images)
    Ryan Seacrest leaving 'American Idol?'

    Report says the “Idol” host stepping down after current season.