Nik Wojcik - East Bay Editor

14 Jun 2018

Bay Area News this Week – June 14, 2018: Mayors, joggers, a big-ass block party and goodbye to Bourdain

First and foremost, Oakland may have just had it’s best week, ever! San Francisco got a new mayor, “Jogger Joe” goes to jail and we reflect on what Bourdain meant to the Bay. Here goes…

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13 Jun 2018

Warriors Parade: The team brought the win, fans brought the joy

Tuesday was pretty damn near perfect in downtown Oakland at 73 degrees when the Town came out in blue and gold force to welcome their back-to-back champions home. Most reports anticipated a crowd size of about 1 million fans. The sardine-packed parade route and 30-minute lines at BART ticketing machines

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18 Feb 2020

The Delicious Card: Rad Deals at 30+ SF Restaurants

I am extremely excited to announce the release of The Delicious Card! Delicious cardholders get awesome deals at over 30 of your favorite SF eateries! Membership is a great way to explore new places, support local businesses, and support local journalism.

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07 Jun 2018

This Week’s News: Losing Immigrants, Allies, and an Accident in Oakland

We’re digging into some stories that popped up over the week, stories that touch you here in the Bay or beyond, make you laugh or piss you off. We try to mix it up for full sensory indulgence, so here goes. We voted! Well, some of us voted anyway. We’re

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31 May 2018

Racists, local Music legends and LeBron…again: News for week of May 31, 2018

This week harnesses all the uncertainty of negotiations with North Korea and a stock market tanking over the threat of new sanctions, but we’re pretty clear on a few things: racists, basketball, Puerto Rico and righteous love for Tower of Power. Racists and the “in” crowd Far be it for

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10 May 2018

This Week’s News, America, People’s Park, & People’s Strikes

We’ve got a loaded news wrap for you, stacked full of history, homeless, strikes and being black in America. Here goes…   Fight Brewing at People’s Park There’s a long history of resistance at the site of Berkeley’s People’s Park – it was actually built by the community itself out

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03 May 2018

News to keep you afloat for the week of May 3, 2018

Buckle your seat belts, this week’s news dives into the Oakland A’s and their search for a home, a submarine gone astray, violence in Kabul and the latest out of the Trump legal circus. A’s: Last stop, Oakland There’s no question that 1968 was a year to remember, here in

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26 Apr 2018

News wrap for April 26, 2018: Justice Served

In this week’s wrap, we’ll take a look at the better-late-than-never push to end federal ridiculousness about marijuana, the capture of the Golden State Killer, the Trump legal circus, a three-alarm fire in Concord, Cosby’s guilty verdict and the Warriors advancement to Round 2…because variety really is the spice of

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26 Apr 2018

Shahid Buttar: Is Congress ripe for a renaissance?

There is no simple way to describe Shahid Buttar. He’s the son of Muslim refugees, a civil rights lawyer, an activist, a grassroots organizer, a DJ, a spoken word artist, a writer, a musician and music producer, among other things. Running as a candidate for San Francisco’s 12th District is

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