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Re: “Escape the Music Festival Industrial Complex at this year's Burger Boogaloo

"Egregious example" -god, smoke a joint and chill. Two words: Wu-Tang Clan. People of all groups reference other cultures insensitively at times. EBX always using a white example of it -that's egregious.

Burgers and Boogaloo sounds like fun.

Posted by Matt_Chambers on 05/26/2016 at 10:39 PM

Re: “Escape the Music Festival Industrial Complex at this year's Burger Boogaloo

And at around fifty bucks to attend both days of the festival, the Burger Boogaloo is a great bargain too. And it really is a great community event where everybody has fun, no matter who is playing. Seriously.

Posted by Michelle Castro on 05/26/2016 at 12:04 AM

Re: “A Rundown of East Bay Dog Parks

East Bay regional Park District parks are generally Dog friendly & offer wonderful opportunities for great hikes.

Posted by ed gerber on 05/25/2016 at 3:47 PM

Re: “A Guide to East Bay Museums On a Budget – As In Zero Budget

Don't forget that most Bay Area libraries offer free and discounted museum passes through Discover and Go--if you have a library card, you can go all sorts of places for free!

Posted by Michelle Nogales on 05/25/2016 at 1:20 PM

Re: “A Guide to East Bay Museums On a Budget – As In Zero Budget

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Posted by Editor on 05/25/2016 at 12:22 PM

Re: “A Guide to East Bay Museums On a Budget – As In Zero Budget

Yeah, we've been going to the Oakland Museum of CA on their FREE FIRST SUNDAYS, for years!

Posted by Ellen Gierson on 05/25/2016 at 11:54 AM

Re: “42 Things You Absolutely Must Do in the East Bay this Summer

How could you leave out the world-class UC Botanical Garden? It's on Centennial Drive between LHS and the football stadium. It has one of the world's largest collections of plants, about 12,000 species. A wonderful peaceful place, with views of the Golden Gate.

Posted by Linda Landau on 05/25/2016 at 11:52 AM

Re: “A Guide to East Bay Museums On a Budget – As In Zero Budget

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Posted by Editor on 05/25/2016 at 8:20 AM

Re: “So You Want to Start a Food Business

Thank you writing a wonderful article.

Posted by Daniel Barnes on 05/12/2016 at 10:21 PM

Re: “Crop of Dreams

Timely commentary ! I loved the specifics , Does anyone know if my assistant could get a sample a form version to work with ?

Posted by Abegail Gallardo on 05/08/2016 at 9:29 PM

Re: “Take a Tour of Oakland's Most Impressive Murals

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Posted by Editor on 05/04/2016 at 9:57 AM

Re: “Rock the Bike is Greening the Festival Experience

I have a ton of respect for Paul and Rock The Bike and all these musicians who load up their extracycles with sound equipment and bike to their gigs and use people power to power their shows. If the planet is healed it will be because of dedicated people like them.

-- Adrian West

Posted by Adrian West on 04/24/2016 at 12:35 AM

Re: “How to Find an Apartment in the East Bay

These are great tips! I’ve found it very helpful!

Posted by Benito hooker on 04/23/2016 at 9:45 AM

Re: “Organic Rules

Fleas?!

Posted by Miles Monroe on 04/22/2016 at 12:28 PM

Re: “A Green Car Buyer's Guide

Here is a great link for comparing vehicles in terms of how clean/green they are: http://www.driveclean.ca.gov/

Posted by DanKalb on 04/21/2016 at 2:20 PM

Re: “When Meaningful Work Means Healthy Food

Doing good and fighting evil. Support Planting Justice!

http://m.eastbayexpress.com/oakland/when-meaningful-work-means-healthy-food/Content?oid=4755829

John Deane
Nashville, Tennessee

Posted by John Deane on 04/21/2016 at 12:05 AM

Re: “A Green Car Buyer's Guide

"They don't do any harm and are not any inefficient when they stay unused."

A car is a costly resource sink. A car is the embodiment of an enormous amount of waste of natural resources and of environmental pollution which are involved in making it and keeping it running.

Just sitting, your car takes up space, along with the millions of other cars out there, that could be used for people and plants, for parks, gardens and creative play spaces.

On the other hand, public transportation uses up far less space and the natural resources required and resulting environmental pollution are far less consequential.

I think there are introductory classes in most colleges and even in high schools with words like "ecology" or "environment" in their titles. Look for a class and take it.

Posted by Hobart Johnson on 04/20/2016 at 9:59 PM

Re: “A Green Car Buyer's Guide

"even cars that are driven 15 to 20k miles a year sit unused 90% of the time"

They don't do any harm and are not any inefficient when they stay unused.

My bed is unused about 75% of the time, too. Should I do as in Jungle by Upton Sinclair and rent the same mattress to multiple people working different shifts, to be "efficient" by your formula.

Posted by Maria Ku on 04/20/2016 at 8:31 PM

Re: “A Green Car Buyer's Guide

"Cars are sexy, and fun to drive."

Not if you're stuck in traffic as drivers are increasingly everywhere around the Bay Area.

Alternative-power cars really are not "the answer."

Just a glimpse at the whys: cars are fundamentally wasteful economically--even cars that are driven 15 or 20k miles a year sit unused 90% of the time. That is a very poor use of resources for a society. That's why things like Uber work--people on average have much more car than they need.

Much, if not most, of the pollution from a car comes from making it, rather than driving it.

More efficient transportation includes much more public transit and nonmotorized transportation like bicycling. That, in turn, requires regional (and larger) integration of land use, housing and transportation infrastructure. That's the only route to rational, environmentally-responsible transportation.

Alternative-power cars, sorry. It's the familiar corporate-supplied technological fix for everything that ails us. The automobile-dependent society is the corporate dream of the 1940s and 1950s. We're stuck in a vision that's more than half-a-century old.

Posted by Hobart Johnson on 04/20/2016 at 5:32 PM

Re: “When Meaningful Work Means Healthy Food

I hired Planting Justice to repair my irrigation system last summer and was pleased with the quality of work an the demeanor of the workers. We need more organizations like this to fight the tide of poverty!

Posted by Silvia Sykes on 04/20/2016 at 3:00 PM

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