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Thanks so much for sharing such a great list of things to do in the area. I have been looking to get out more and socialize. I wonder if any of these activities costs anything?
Its just ok, the taquitos seemed unhealthily fried. It like vegan fast food. Still better than fast food.
Pig muscles and bacon naturally have worms in them. Just Google it.
Cool, but pretty pricy. $16 ramen, wow.
$15 free pizza, yea! We had true free pizza and taco buffets in Austin for years.
Non alcoholic wine cooler is available. happy new year 2014
Brahma Kumaris centres offer courses in meditation and spiritual knowledge...There is practise of meditation that relaxes the mind and nurtures a healthy balance between our inner and outer worlds.
I'm sorry. It may have been an off day but I saw this house and this man selling ice cream and pies and it was dirty. The towel that he cleaned the spoons with was brown and in general he and his property and he looked disceveled and this is a kind way to say I way would I ever eat anything made here. And isn't it illegal to sell food items to the public with out having a comercial kitchen? I'm just saying what I say was gross.
I was there as a first timer and it was AWESOME!!! I will definitely be back May 2014 for sure!
I attended this Longstanding Education Venue. It went pretty well and it gave many students to showcase their set of skills in terms of their respective fields of education majors. For alumnis it gave the same opportunity as well
Each store carries different products and the offerings change daily.
he frozen food aisle is also a cheap way to stock a freezer with pizza, desserts, and gluten-free bread.
thank you for sharing this article.
We love Dr Brent. It is so wonderful to have someone come to your house instead of loading up 3 cats and 2 dogs to go to the vet when you can do it all in the comfort of your home. I appreciate his honesty about the care of your pets and especially when one has to make the decision of quality of life for your sick pet. Besides being great with animals, he has a good sense of humor.
I'd have to say that Chapel of the Chimes is the most unlikely music venue. The popular "Jazz at the Chimes" concert series is held here.
In response to Ms Koortz’s response to my earlier comments:
**According to City resources, there were in the neighborhood of 2,000 businesses that left Richmond since the Mayor became Mayor. These same sources tell us that in the neighborhood of a thousand businesses started in Richmond but these had significantly fewer employees.
**Empty promises? How were they empty? Weren’t there signed contracts that would have guaranteed that 40% of the 6800 permanent jobs would go to Richmond residents--even the ones who couldn’t speak English or prove their legal right to work in the US? You may believe that a casino was the wrong choice for the development of Point Molate but this was the direction Upstream was given by the City Council when they were awarded the Exclusive Right to Negotiate for the development of Point Molate. And the Council didn’t seem to have a problem accepting the tens of millions of dollars from Upstream while Upstream worked on the details. [Of course, now the City is fighting an $800 million lawsuit because of their failure to bargain on good faith.]
**Although she never took money from the card clubs, she also did nothing to stop them from campaigning--and spending gazillions of dollars--on her behalf.
**This article is about no one but Gayle Mclaughlin so comparing her to anyone else is not really relevant, is it?
**I know something about worker owned businesses since I’ve owned my own business since 1976.
**Please don’t suppose to suggest who and what I support. You’ve never made any effort to get to know me or to discuss who or what I support. Speaking from ignorance is never a good idea. If you think you’ve ever heard me speak in favor of Chevron--the company--then you weren’t listening. I speak on issues and I cite facts and, instead of speaking from ignorance, I speak from decades of experience in that business.
**Granted, I only came to Richmond in 1954 so I can’t speak about it before then but I can remember a GREAT many years where Richmond was a better place. Why is it that the FBI had us as the #11 and then the #9 most violent cities in the US (we dropped off their top 25 about 7 months ago) but we’re still ranked the #1 in car thefts in the country? Why is our official unemployment rate nearing 20%? [The unofficial rate--because people have been unemployed so long they’re no longer counted--is closer to 30%.] Why are there so many home foreclosures in Richmond? Why are we so ethnically separated? Why do our city streets resemble something out of rural Afghanistan? This is not the Richmond I grew up in so why suggest that it’s never been better?
**And having worked with so many business leaders who have taken their businesses elsewhere, few of them cite their proximity to Chevron as the reason but they do speak frequently about the anti-business attitude coming from many vocal neighborhoods and from City Hall (at the direction of the Council).
**Having been a leader in so many different fields I have experience in knowing how to lead diverse groups of people so at the very least we’re able to conduct the affairs before us. I’ve yet to see that leadership in our current Mayor. What I see is someone who doesn’t know how to lead--only to command. It’s not the same.
Whoa! Mr. Gosney, two thousand jobs left Richmond? What are you referring to? The empty promises by Jim Levine for jobs at a rotten casino? One third of the electorate voted for her, really? I guess you could say that about most council members elected to the city council couldn't you, even Nat Bates.
Mayor McLaughlin never took money from the card clubs. She did not solicit money from them. But what about Corky Booze? He got support from the card clubs for his campaign in the form of campaign dollars.
Mayor McLaughlin is the best thing that has ever happened to Richmond. You don't understand worker-owned businesses (I happen to work in one), only huge mega corporations that take local money, but farm it out of the locality. I know you support Chevron. How many jobs does Chevron provide to Richmond residents? I believe out of 1200 jobs at the Richmond refinery, only six to ten percent of those employees live in Richmond.
Richmond is doing the best it's ever done. If anyone has driven jobs out of Richmond, it's Chevron because people are afraid the refinery may blow, and with good reason. The fire last year sent up more than smoke signals, and it reduced our property values.
And, the meetings are not efficient because of one particular city council member, that being Corky Booze, not Mayor McLaughlin, and it's done on purpose to make her look bad.
I love this emphasis on the amazing and fruitful work so many people are doing in Richmond. Thanks for noticing East Bay!
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