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Patriots, Raiders elevate their game: 5 NFL things to watch – New York Post: New York PostThe Raiders, 4-5 and struggling to stay alive in the AFC playoff chase, stayed home in Oakland to prepare and didn’t fly to Mexico until Saturday. But Oakland players, for weeks, have been riding stationary bikes while wearing an elevation masks in an …NFL TV Schedule: What time, cha...
Kevon Looney: “I’m ready to play and show everybody what I can do” – The Mercury News: The Mercury NewsPHILADELPHIA — Well before the Warriors would weigh whether reserve forward Kevon Looney fit into their long-term plans, Warriors coach Steve Kerr pulled aside the third-year forward during training camp to give him a message. “No matter what happens … and more …read more Source::...
One reason Raiders have better chance to beat the Patriots than you might think – Silver and Black Pride: Silver and Black PrideThe Oakland Raiders are nine-point underdogs and only have a 21 percent chance of upsetting the New England Patriots this Sunday in Mexico City, according to Five Thirty Eight. Vegas oddsmakers have the Patriots favored by more than a touchdown.Patriots-Raiders: Beware of th...
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EBC AGENDA | NOV 17-24 | SAN LEANDRO closes its Wells Fargo account?; Pot ordinances get final approvals; FREMONT plan for rising pension costs: THANKSGIVING WEEK OF NOV 17-24 --SAN LEANDRO-- Regular council meeting, Monday, Nov. 20, 7 p.m. [ENTIRE AGENDA HERE] --WELLS FARGO DIVESTITURE-- San Leandro city staff is recommending against discontinuing business with Wells Fargo after some city officials and members of the community were crit...
Hayward's Dobbs saga ends with dropped lawsuit: Case dismissed: Former Hayward Superintendent Stan "Data" Dobbs. HAYWARD Former Hayward superintendent Stan "Data" Dobbs' tumultuous tenure appears officially over after he filed to drop his $500,000 lawsuit against the Hayward Unified School District and three of its board trustees. Dobbs...
After begrudgingly offering 6 affordable units for Hayward project, exec brags about lengthy Italian vacation: KB Home executive Ray Panek, left, missed theOct. 3 Hayward meeting that resulted in the council slamming its project due to a lack ofaffordable housing. HAYWARD CITY COUNCIL A month ago, the Hayward City Council appeared to have stomped its collective feet in opposition to a housing developmen...
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“Connecting Threads”: Manna Gallery is pleased to have artist Tiffany Schmierer returning to our gallery with Connecting Threads, an exhibition of her latest ceramic sculptures and wall pieces.  Exhibition opens Friday, November 10 and continues to Saturday, December 16.  Tiffany will be present for a reception at the...
“Serendipity” Opens Soon at Manna Gallery: “Serendipity”, Elaine Maute`’s new show of abstract encaustics and prints takes advantage of accidents, chance and luck. Her large luminous prints and smaller encaustic paintings are made using a loose, wet into wet technique.  The show opens Friday, September 22 and runs through Saturday Novem...
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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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