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The Bay’s Blue Line – Village Voice: Village VoiceThe department had for a decade operated under federal oversight; Oakland mayor Libby Schaaf tells officers on her first day at her post that it’s time to “root out what is clearly a toxic, macho culture.” The enormity of the task gets laid bare in a … …read more Source:: Libby Schaa...
‘Lightning Rod’ Developer Removed from Conference Panel Following Concerns from Oakland Mayor and Tenant … – East Bay Express: East Bay ExpressSome tenants and attorneys contend that Haber is responsible for displacing renters from Oakland’s Hotel Travelers, and that he took advantage of renters at the former 1919 Market Street warehouse, which was demolished last year following its red … …read more Source:: Oakland CA N...
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Amid grumblings, Alameda will evaluate city manager's performance in closed session: Alameda City ManagerJill Keimach ALAMEDA CITY COUNCILThere's a curious closed session item Tuesday night on the Alameda City Council's agenda, an evaluation of City Manager Jill Keimach. Curious because her annual performance review isn't until next March. Sources at City Hall, including counc...
We love the A's, say community activists, just not a ballpark at the Peralta site: Alvina Wong, right, with a Chinatown business owner who expressed concern about an A's ballpark near Laney College. OAKLAND Alvina Wong grew up in Chinatown. As a child she walked with her grandmother to buy groceries, learned Chinese calligraphy and made friends in the park. "That's the t...
EBC AGENDA | SEPT 15-21 | OAKLAND public bank; FREMONT rent review ordinance; HAYWARD shuttle study; KHANNA town hall: THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 15-21 Without a doubt, affordable housing is the biggest issue facing the East Bay. Last week, the state legislature delivered some help to alleviate the crisis, but only time will tell if the wisdom of allowing developers a quick path to building more housing was ultimately...
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“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...
Reception for Mark Lightfoot: Manna Gallery cordially invites the public to a reception for featured artist Mark Lightfoot.  He will be present to greet visitors and discuss the ideas and explorations behind his latest body of work.  Everyone is welcome and light refreshments will be served.   The post Reception for Mark Lig...
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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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