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Letters for the Week of September 28, 2016

Readers sound off on the displacement of low-income artists, one of Oakland's late warehouse spaces, and Prop 64.

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Bay Area Law Enforcement and Media Failed a Survivor of Sexual Exploitation.

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The Vanishing Underground: Oakland's Housing Crisis Is Also Displacing its Arts and Music Counterculture

Young creatives who flocked to industrial warehouses are now the latest victims of East Bay gentrification.

NEWS

City Told Developers to Fix Infamous West Oakland Artist Warehouse. Instead, They Demolished It.

Former residents doubtful they'll ever move back in, as promised.

NEWS

Make Voting Great Again: Prop. 64 and Oakland's Pot Cash Grab, Stadium Subsidies and More

Plus: Renter Protections in Advance of Measure JJ

LETTERS

Letters for the Week of September 21, 2016

Readers sound off about the Raiders and corporate beer.

FEATURE

Craft Beer Keeps Growing, And Corporate Beer Keeps Swallowing Up Independent Breweries

A discussion of how your neighborhood spot will survive the new big, bad AB InBev beer monopoly.

NEWS

Alameda’s District Attorney Wants to Charge Oakland Cops, But Key Witness Sent to Florida

Richmond and Contra Costa authorites kick off blame game.

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Garden of Eden in Hayward Boasts a Wealth of Top-Shelf Medical Cannabis 'Unicorns'

Try the dispensary's Forbidden Fruit strain.

LETTERS

Letters for the Week of September 14, 2016

Readers sound off about the Raiders' future and police accountability.

FEATURE

Just Vegas, Baby?: What Are the Odds that the Oakland Raiders Move to Sin City?

Our writer chats with insiders and experts to make sense of the Silver and Black's flirtation with Las Vegas.

NEWS

Critic Accuses Oakland Leaders of Failing to Report Police Department Sex-Crime Scandal to District Attorney

City officials learned of the Celeste Guap case in March, but the DA says her office wasn't informed until May.

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