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  • Letters for the Week of July 30

    Readers sound off on overfishing, alternatives to incarceration, and a biased report on the minimum wage.
  • Letters for the year of 2002

    Of bricks and Satan, stolen DNA and poetic protest, Nazis, Mussolini, arch conspiracies, women in heat, and Chris Thompson's soul.
  • Letters for April 29
  • Letters for April 29

    Readers sound off on the Silver Buff and our April 1 issue.
  • Letters for the week of August 20-26, 2003

    Your Gary Coleman stunt was degrading. Your Gary Coleman stunt was fabulous. Your OMI story was shortsighted. Your Kevin Freeman story was terrifying.
  • Our Favorite Letters of 2007

    Readers comment on tree sitters, Paris Hilton, the Jeff Tedford conspiracy, Gum Arabic products, the next soda giant, RepubliCrats, gold for sale, toxic racism, the rogue behavior of Judas, mountain bikers, and much, much more.
  • Letters for February 18
  • Letters for February 18

    Readers sound off on Sunday brunch at Thai Temple and plug-in hybrids.
  • Letters for October 21
  • Letters for October 21

    Readers sound off on the Lost Runner, Oakland parking, the BART connector, community colleges, and more.

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    Oakland failed to attract competitive bids for its garbage franchise and is now pushing a proposal that critics say includes exorbitant rate hikes, weak local job protections, and an inadequate composting plan.
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    The artist cooperatives, innovative bookstores, poetry reading series, presses, and gritty, grassroots communities behind the East Bay's literary renaissance.
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    Non-tenured professors at Mills College are pushing for better working conditions — and filing labor violation charges against the school.
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    A landmark bill to regulate medical pot in California is speeding through Sacramento, but no one knows for sure what will be in it.
  • Letters for the Week of July 30

    Readers sound off on overfishing, alternatives to incarceration, and a biased report on the minimum wage.

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