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  1. Bay Area Experts Discuss How Trump Attorney General Jeff Sessions Will Approach MarijuanaRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 12, 2017 | East Bay Express

    When Amanda Reiman begins teaching her course at UC Berkeley, she makes one point very clear: the legality of drugs has nothing to do with science or safety. It's based on fear.

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  2. Why Are So Many Rays Dying In Lake Merritt, And Sharks At The Berkeley Aquatic Park?Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 12, 2017 | East Bay Express

    A large number of leopard sharks died last year at the Berkeley Aquatic Park, possibly due to broken tide tubes. A surprising number of sharks and rays are turning up dead in East Bay tidal lagoons, including more than a dozen bat rays in Lake Merritt since February, and nearly 100 leopard sharks that died in the Berkeley Aquatic Park last spring.

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  3. Ten Don't Miss Bay Area Summer Music FestivalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 6, 2017 | East Bay Express

    Let's face it: We have been anxiously awaiting Hiero Day since the sun began to set last Labor Day, and the streets between Third and Chestnut started to clear out. The all-day, all-ages fest famously celebrates "all that is good about Oakland"- from food trucks and local vendors, to independent artists new and old.

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  4. A Round-Up Of East Bay Record ShopsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 5, 2017 | East Bay Express

    April is a critical month for music, a special time between the doldrums of winter and the chaos of summer festival season. That time of year when you've forsaken any and all misguided new-year resolutions, such as trimming back your record collection, and submitted to the temptation that is bringing more tunes into your abode.

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  5. Eating the Muslim Ban in the East BayRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 29, 2017 | East Bay Express

    President Trump's most recent executive order on immigration attempted to ban travelers from six majority-Muslim countries - Syria, Libya, Sudan, Iran, Somalia, and Yemen - from entering the US. As with Trump's first Muslim ban, the federal courts struck down that executive order.

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  6. Letters of the Week: Skepticism of a Public Bank in OaklandRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 28, 2017 | East Bay Express

    "Will Oakland Become First U.S. City To Ditch Wall Street And Establish A Public Bank?" by Gabrielle Canon, News, March 19: Don't Rush Public Bank I agree with all the commenters who have a healthy dose of skepticism. Oakland government seems financially illiterate .

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  7. Re: UC Berkeley Students Inspire Legislation That Would Make...Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 22, 2017 | East Bay Express

    Abortion pills such as Cytotec could be made available on California college campuses if a new bill passes the Legislature. UC Berkeley and other California colleges would be required to make abortion pills available on campus, if a bill inspired by local university students passes this year.

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  8. Letters of the Week: Berkeley, National Embarrassment?Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 21, 2017 | East Bay Express

    "Skate Or DIY: Why Is It So Damn Hard To Build A Skate Park In Oakland?" by Brian Kranz, Feature Story, March 14: Support Skaters and Open Spaces A few years back, a group of skateboarders started using a long concrete bench as a ledge in an Emeryville park around the corner from my job. At first, I was annoyed to see them scuffing things up in our brand new park.

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  9. UC Berkeley Students Inspire Legislation That Would Make California...Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 21, 2017 | East Bay Express

    Abortion pills such as Cytotec could be made available on California college campuses if a new bill passes the Legislature. UC Berkeley and other California colleges would be required to make abortion pills available on campus, if a bill inspired by local university students passes this year.

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  10. We Were Feminists Once at Hillside Club in BerkeleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 21, 2017 | East Bay Express

    What is feminism in 2017? That question alone can create enough fodder for a day-long conversation. For Andi Zeisler, the founder of the Portland-based Bitch Magazine and the nonprofit Bitch Media, feminism in 2017 is in crisis.

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  11. Rituals Of Mine's Terra Lopez On The Housing Crisis, Gender...Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 20, 2017 | East Bay Express

    Terra Lopez with Rituals of Mine bandmate Dani Fernandez. Lopez says she worries about Oakland artists putting themselves in dangerous situations just to keep living in the city they love.

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  12. Oakland and Berkeley Arts Groups Will Lose Millions in Funding Under...Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 16, 2017 | East Bay Express

    Nearly three-dozen East Bay arts organizations and individuals will see millions of dollars in federal and state grants disappear if President Trump's surprising proposal to eviscerate the National Endowment for the Arts survives the Congressional budget process. Yesterday, the Trump administration revealed a proposed budget that would reduce NEA funding to zero .

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  13. Re: These Bay Area Businesses Want to Build Trump's Border WallRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 16, 2017 | East Bay Express

    Nearly two dozen Bay Area companies have expressed interest in building Donald Trump's border wall, according to the federal government's website FedBizOpps.gov. They include Oakland and San Francisco construction firms and Silicon Valley surveillance-technology vendors, among others.

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  14. Re: These Bay Area Businesses Want to Build Trump's Border WallRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 15, 2017 | East Bay Express

    Nearly two dozen Bay Area companies have expressed interest in building Donald Trump's border wall, according to the federal government's website FedBizOpps.gov. They include Oakland and San Francisco construction firms and Silicon Valley surveillance-technology vendors, among others.

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  15. Re: These Bay Area Businesses Want to Build Trump's Border WallRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 14, 2017 | East Bay Express

    Nearly two dozen Bay Area companies have expressed interest in building Donald Trump's border wall, according to the federal government's website FedBizOpps.gov. They include Oakland and San Francisco construction firms and Silicon Valley surveillance-technology vendors, among others.

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  16. In North Berkeley, Jotmahal Offers Unexpected PleasuresRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 14, 2017 | East Bay Express

    There is, of course, the setting: The three-month-old Indian restaurant is located in the former Cha-Am location in North Berkeley. It's one of those charming, old, second-story restaurants that you'll find in this part of the so-called Gourmet Ghetto - a converted residential space that makes you feel a little bit like you're eating inside a treehouse, especially if you sit in the covered front-patio section of the dining room on a sunny day.

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  17. Berkeley Rapper and Licks Co-Star Koran Streets Opens Up About His Journey To Hell And BackRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 14, 2017 | East Bay Express

    On a recent sunny afternoon, Koran Streets led me down Sacramento Street in South Berkeley. "This right here, this is where I get all my stories from," he said, gesturing toward a brown duplex at the intersection of Sacramento and Stuart.

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  18. Port Chicago 50 Brings History to the StageRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 10, 2017 | East Bay Express

    If it's true that history repeats itself, what becomes of the stories left out of its archives? On July 17, 1944, in a port 30 miles north of Berkeley, 50 African-American sailors, tasked with loading dangerous explosives onto two munition ships, called for a work stoppage on the grounds of unsafe conditions. What resulted was a series of explosions that claimed the lives of 320 seamen and a charge of mutiny against the 50 men by the United States military.

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  19. These Bay Area Businesses Want to Build Trump's Border WallRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 14, 2017 | East Bay Express

    Nearly two dozen Bay Area companies expressed interest in building Donald Trump's border wall, according to a list maintained by the federal government. They include Oakland and San Francisco construction firms and Silicon Valley surveillance-technology vendors, among others.

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  20. Mid-Week Menu: Old Kan, Drip Line, and a Korean Fried Chicken HeavyweightRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 2, 2017 | East Bay Express

    Welcome to the Mid-Week Menu, our roundup of East Bay food news. 1) This week's big new restaurant opening is more of a re opening: James Syhabout has rebranded the former Dock at Linden Street as a full-fledged brewery called Old Kan Beer & Co.

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