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Arizona baseball: Wildcats close regular season against Cal – Arizona Desert Swarm: Arizona Desert SwarmFor the Arizona Wildcats, this weekend’s finale brings the lowly California Golden Bears to the Old Pueblo for a three-game tilt. Things have not gone swimmingly for Cal away from the sunny shores of Berkeley, posting an abysmal 5-18 road record this … and more …read more Sour...
California Editorial Roundup – The San Luis Obispo Tribune: California Editorial RoundupThe San Luis Obispo TribuneWhen 36 people died in the nation’s deadliest fire since 2003, Oakland’s mayor promised full transparency about the infamous Ghost Ship inferno. Instead, city officials ran roughshod over the state Public Records Act, delaying release of docu...
Oakland proposes $1 million for teen in police sex scandal – The Seattle Times: The Seattle TimesSAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The city of Oakland, California, is proposing to pay nearly $1 million to the teen daughter of a police dispatcher who says she was sexually abused by officers. The teen, now 19, said Oakland Police officers exploited and …Oakland considers nearly $1 million ...
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Bonta, Thurmond, Quirk join new Assembly Progressive Caucus: STATE ASSEMBLY Last January, when a groundswell of progressive angst coarsed through the veins of local activists hoping to secure spots as delegates to last weekend's state convention, many in the East Bay were surprised to learn the most left-leaning state party in the nation didn't even have ...
Richmond’s Kimberly Ellis falls just short of taking over the California Democratic Party: Richmond resident Kimberly Ellis narrowly lost Saturday's race for California Democratic Party chair by only 60 votes. STATE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION The race for the future of the California Democratic Party amounted to two choices: stick with the status quo that has served the state party e...
EBC AGENDA | May 19-25 | BARBARA LEE town hall with Watergate counsel - HAYWARD keeps drought restrictions- Electric buses - East Bay goes to state Dem Convention: THE WEEK OF MAY 19-25 The California Democratic Convention is like Comic-Con for political nerds. The big difference being dudes dressed as Chewbacca aren't scheming to backstab opponents waving a wand and donning Harry Potter glasses in the race for president of the geek senate. When state Demo...
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Manna Gallery Invites You to Imagine America: If you were to imagine your idea of a perfect America what would it look like? The Imagine America Project, in collaboration with Manna Gallery, asks you to do just that. We are living in times of political and social polarization and many people of good will are searching for common ground, dept...
In Xanadu: New Work by Janet Bogardus: Manna Galley is pleased to welcome Marin artist Janet Bogardus whose exhibition opens Friday, May 12 and continues to June 24.  We will host a reception for Janet on Saturday, May 20, from 2 to 4 pm when she will be present to greet visitors and discuss her latest body of work. Janet says, “I’m i...
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Say His Name! Justice For Pedie Perez BBQ-Richmond: Pedie Perez had been drinking when he was arrested by Richmond officer Wallace Jensen. After waiting on the floor for a while, he got up to walk away. He was gunned down. He was unarmed. There are several witnesses that attest that he didn’t attack the cop or try to seize his weapon, but in the f...
All workers deserve a livable wage!: A living wage is the minimum income necessary for a worker to meet their basic needs, including shelter, clothing, transportation health care and nutrition. This doesn’t even include such spurious luxuries as recreation, vacation, retirement savings, paying legal fees and insurance, taking care o...
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Think China 2014: From the Deep East to the Far East.: On July 5th, 2014 a group of 14 African American men departed the East Oakland Youth Development Center (EOYDC) , en route to a 14 day stay in China. These young men went from Deep East Oakland to the Far East with one goal: To change the world… and the world’s perspective of them. The […]
An Unsual Tour Of Art in East Oakland:     The 23rd Yard in East Oakland graciously opened its doors to Cynthia Gorney and her husband Bill Sokol on Sunday June 1st, 2014.   Bill is a big time labor lawyer in the Bay Area, and his wife is a top reporter for National Geographic, both of them also work as professors. She’s professionall...

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