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16 Jul 2018

Meet the Little Girl Who #PermitPatty Called the Cops On

The 8-year-old-girl racially profiled by #PermitPatty had a party thrown for her Saturday,  complete with donations of more than $8,000 pledged from Bay Area cannabis companies. You see the young entrepreneur Jordan, above, surrounded by friends at Saturday’s celebration and fundraiser that added to her current GoFundMe campaign. Saturday she received

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05 Jul 2018

One crazy, Fiery Week in the Bay Area

Welcome to your week in Bay Area news. We’ll hit on some key stories that matter here and give you some ideas as to what to do to decompress after a week of crazy. Here goes… Ghost Ship defendants take minimized plea deal Max Harris and Derick Almena entered no

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02 Jul 2018

Families Belong Together: Protesters Outnumbered Inmates at Richmond Jail

Guest Post by Nevin Long Between 1,500 and 2,000 demonstrators amassed outside the West County Detention Facility in Richmond, California, Saturday as part of a national day of resistance against the Trump administration’s immigration policy. Their message was clear: families belong together. The rally capped off two weeks of intense

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30 Jun 2018

Federal Government Threatened to put Detainment Camp in Concord. The City Fought Back

They say the city of Concord is “Where Families Come First”. This past week put that commitment to the test. It was June 22 when Time published a story that rocked the city and surrounding Bay Area with news that the U.S. Department of the Navy was considering a detainment

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28 Jun 2018

Bay news wrap for week of June 28, 2018: Protests and cow poop ice cream

It seems like each week in news is crazier than the last and this past week gets gold stars for holding up that theory. We’ll touch on our newest local viral video star Permit Patty, patties cooked up by robots, a whole lot of protesting, the death of a moderate

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21 Jun 2018

This week in news: June 21, 2018

There’s just no amount of sugarcoating in existence to make this week’s news any easier to swallow, and unless you live under a rock with no Wi-Fi, you already know that. But before we dive into that abyss, let’s touch on some stories that were buried under all the horrific

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21 Jun 2018

There’s Still Magic on Coney Island

By Jessica DeJesus The magic filled streets of Coney Island date back to the 18th century, when one of the world’s greatest escape artists, Harry Houdini himself, performed small tricks on the infamous boardwalk. The crowds would be in awe of the shows such an inspiring performer would put on.

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19 Feb 2018

Ten East Bay Outings for Antisocial Parents

Guest post by Jordan Latham A lot of us who were nonconformist kids, the kind who gravitated toward the weirdos, are no less antisocial as adults. We learn to carve out spaces we’re comfortable with and pointedly avoid loud, crowded, neon, intrusive social situations. We find the safe, dark, gothy

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