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Re: “Sick Fest: A Lesson in 'Sick Woman Theory'

I like this. I have interstitial cystitis. An invisible condition that is often ignored. We need to be heard and seen.

Posted by Deborah White-Machon on 03/25/2016 at 1:27 PM

Re: “Gabby Miller as Cross-Cultural Cargo

thanks for the write up see http://nocoalinoakland.info

Posted by Gabby Miller on 03/23/2016 at 5:21 PM

Re: “Sexless Marriages: The Last Word

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Posted by Editor on 03/18/2016 at 1:11 AM

Re: “Mouse Doors to Your Imagination

There are other forms in Alameda too, including some interesting paper pieces, some of which encourage the viewer to take a piece.

Posted by Debra Sarver on 03/16/2016 at 2:17 PM

Re: “Mouse Doors to Your Imagination

wonder if it's the same person who put the gnomes all around oakland utility poles a few years back (and they are still there!)?

Posted by marvin berry on 03/16/2016 at 10:15 AM

Re: “A History of Violence

Link, what house? I live in Lower Bottoms.

Posted by Amy Mills on 03/09/2016 at 9:45 PM

Re: “A History of Violence

Hey David — I suppose some boxers probably do end up wailing (making long cries of sadness or pain) after their fights, but in the ring they are pretty focused on whaling (to strike or hit vigorously) on each other.

Posted by April Kilcrease on 03/09/2016 at 3:38 PM

Re: “A History of Violence

It's spelled "wail" not "whale".

Posted by David Anderson Kirk on 03/09/2016 at 2:32 PM

Re: “A History of Violence

"Those who may have a problem with an East Coast writer publishing an opinion on the place after living here for just four years."

Lots of new arrivals in Oakland, as well as Oakland's pols, absolutely love to read East Coast (NY Times) tourism writers on just how trendy Oakland is.
And creative too, if you think fancy cocktails are Art and spendy dining out is Art Appreciation.

But there are at least two Oaklands and never the twain shall meet.

Posted by Hobart Johnson on 03/09/2016 at 10:15 AM

Re: “A Grizzly 'Macbeth' Still Lacking in Lifeblood

Do you mean "grisly"? Grizzly refers to bears or gray-haired-ness, neither of which seem to pertain here.

Posted by Joseph Morris on 03/09/2016 at 8:48 AM

Re: “A History of Violence

The photo of the Shetman tank is a classic, and is emblematic of the the violence, racism, and inhumanity of 60's urban renewal. The tank is about to tear down a home in my neighborhood of Lower Bottoms. After this and over a hundred others were destroyed, the land at the heart of the neighborhood sat empty for more than a decade.

Posted by Link Boutte on 03/09/2016 at 8:14 AM

Re: “Sexless Marriages: The Last Word

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Posted by William Donald on 03/02/2016 at 9:01 PM

Re: “Bridging Cultural Gaps With a Snap

This is really a great show, and every one, even the uncomfortable ones, are always entertaining and informative. I love it.

Posted by Carl Zinman on 02/27/2016 at 1:46 AM

Re: “The Woman Behind Big Freedia

Renee you are beautiful and an asset to BIG FREEDIA...THE QUEEN DIVA. Freedia, I love you. You are perfect in every way. Also love KATY RED

Posted by Denise Lyons on 02/21/2016 at 7:43 PM

Re: “Eleanor Roosevelt's Great Lesbian Love Affair

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Posted by Editor on 02/19/2016 at 3:52 PM

Re: “Inkworks Press, 1974–2016

Beautifully rendered tribute Lincoln. I raise my glass high. xo MJP

Posted by Mary Jane Perna on 02/13/2016 at 2:32 PM

Re: “Inkworks Press, 1974–2016

I was so glad to finally become an official ink worker in the early nineties. And it was you, Lincoln, that got me there. Always a pleasure to work with you and share struggles and laughs. haste la Victoria Siempre! Great article.
Deborah Green

Posted by Deborah Green on 02/12/2016 at 6:22 PM

Re: “Inkworks Press, 1974–2016

I worked at Pedal Express Courier for three years. What many folks don't know is that Inkworks delivered many of their jobs by bicycle! In fact, their shipping forms had a little box that they would check for orders officially delivered by Pedal Express. Clients loved receiving deliveries by bike and it felt wonderful to deliver work for a fellow worker-owned cooperative. I have many memories of picking up jobs of all sizes from their shop - ranging from a small stack of papers, to boxes weighing several hundred pounds. They were a longtime client of ours and we thank them for all the years of support!

Posted by Dominic R Lucchesi on 02/12/2016 at 12:42 PM

Re: “Inkworks Press, 1974–2016

Thanks Lincoln for the article. As a former Inkworks collective member for the last 8 years I would add this.
The most rewarding aspect of Inkworks for me was our customers. Many were social justice non-profits active on the cutting edge of their various issues and causes. Printing their position papers and reports was very educational. Two of my customers were the ACLU of Northern California and the Electronic Frontier Foundation who I was so glad to be able to support their work. I am so grateful to them and our other customers that supported Inkworks for many years. I will miss them.

Posted by Daniel Luna on 02/12/2016 at 10:10 AM

Re: “Inkworks Press, 1974–2016

I'm proud to have been an Inkworks collective member for 7 years starting in 1995. And to have spent the past 14 years expanding on its mission via Design Action Collective. Thanks Lincoln, for the great recap. The struggle continues!

Posted by Innosanto Nagara on 02/11/2016 at 8:57 PM

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