Friday, November 14, 2014

The News in Haiku: We Suspect the FBI Is Jealous of Our Pupusas

Plus, feral raccoons, hip-hop recommendations, and weird eviction policies.

By Anna Pulley
Fri, Nov 14, 2014 at 10:46 AM

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The News in Haiku is a weekly series in which we let you know about East Bay news, culture stories, and events you may have missed each week, all told in around seventeen syllables. If you're interested in delving deeper, simply click on the title and read the full story (or bookmark it to savor later).

Ready to dive in? Good because we know you don't have all day.


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East Oakland Circa 1868
Nothing much has changed.
EAST OAKLAND IS STILL THE BEST
PLACE TO HERD WILD SHEEP.

Norma Meat & Deli
Killer Pupusas: 
Not an Eighties slasher
movie. OR IS IT?

click to enlarge THEY'RE COMING FOR YOUR CHILDREN. - BERT JOHNSON
  • Bert Johnson
  • THEY'RE COMING FOR YOUR CHILDREN.

Oakland's Threat to Sex Workers
Weird new eviction
policy screws sex workers
UN-IRONICALLY.

East Bay Progressives Dominate
THE PEOPLE'S GAY
PUBLIC OF DRUGIFORNIA
HAS SPOKEN. AGAIN.

Oakland Is Most Dangerous City, Says FBI Report
WE SUSPECT THE FBI
IS JEALOUS OF OUR
AMAZING PUPUSAS.

Where the Wild Things Are
BECAUSE FERAL RACCOONS
BELONG IN ART GALLERIES
OBVIOUSLY.

Dan Savage's Advice
BE A GOOD EX. COME
OUT AS POLY. DON'T YOU
WISH WERE GAY? HA HA.

Tia Nomore
  • Tia Nomore

Must-Have Local Hip-Hop Releases

TIA NOMORE? MORE
LIKE TIA ALLTHETIME-
FOREVERMOREPLEASEDUH.

Yes You Candide
THE GLASS MAY HAVE BEEN
HALF-FULL BUT THE THEATER
WAS HALF-EMPTY. 

Knit Happens
COME FOR THE
COMMUNITY, BUT STAY FOR THE PUNS
ABOUT TEA COZIES.

Follow @annapulley on Twitter. SHE MAY SCREAM AT YOU IN HAIKU FORM.

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