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Think Financial Planning Isn’t for You? Think Again – NerdWallet (blog): NerdWallet (blog)“If you have goals for what you want to do or need help in crafting them, then you’re a good candidate for financial planning,” says Frank Pare , president of the Financial Planning Association and the PF Wealth Management Group in Oakland, California. …read more Source:: Oakland...
Oakland weekend: wine festival, Park Jam at OMCA, 10th annual pig roast, more – KGO-TV: KGO-TVThis weekend in Oakland, fun-seekers have a rainbow of options to choose from. Today, the firstBe Well Oakland Summit kicks off at Marriott City Center. Billed as “a full day of creativity and exploration,” the event aims to lift up the community and … …read more Source:: Oakland CA News By...
Starbucks Robbery; Drill Hits Car: Berkeley, East Bay Police Log – Patch.com: Patch.comEAST BAY, CA – The following is a week’s collection of weekly police, court and fire stories from around the East Bay. Teen Playing With Fireworks Sparked Grant Fire. The Alameda County Sheriff’s Office said a teenager admitted to accidentally starting … …read more Source:: Berkeley Ca. ...
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Hayward ballot measure hopes to boost lowest transfer tax in Alameda County : Real Property Transfer Tax revenues ebb and flow with the housing market. Throughout the East Bay, the tax has generated robust revenue streams in recent years. And with signs the housing market is beginning to hum and stagnant revenues in Hayward, the city moved Tuesday to place a ballot measure...
Khanna responds to critique of his support for LGBTQ issues : ‘I Know Constituents In My District Care Deeply About LGBTQ Equality. I Share Their Passion.’ By Ro Khanna In Congress I am working every day to fight for equality for the LGBTQ community. I have strongly opposed any legislation that would allow discrimination against individuals based on their s...
Zapata hired by Anaheim City Council : “It would be unfair–not right–to not give a job to someone who we thought was the best candidate.”-Anaheim Mayor Tom Tait on Tuesday before the Anaheim City Council unanimously approved the hiring of former San Leandro City Manager Chris Zapata. Anaheim hired Zapata two weeks after an investigati...
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Dissolve/Evolve: New Works by Ellen Zucker: Manna Gallery is pleased to present “Dissolve/Evolve”, featuring recent work by Berkeley artist Ellen Zucker.  The exhibition opens Friday, June 22 and continues to July 28.  A reception for Ellen takes place on Saturday, June 23, frpm 2 to 4 pm.  Ellen will be present to greet gallery visitors a...
Manna Gallery Presents “Stria by Zoya Scholis: Manna Gallery is pleased to introduce South Bay artist Zoya Scholis.  Her exhibition opens Friday, May 11 and continues to June 19.  The gallery will host a reception for Zoya on Saturday, May 12, from 2 to 4 pm when she will be present to greet visitors and discuss the concepts behind her latest...
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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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