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Monday Night Cap Monday Night Cap DNas's new weekly showcase of local hip-hop talent. March 08, 2016
The Vanishing Underground: Oakland's Housing Crisis Is Also Displacing its Arts and Music Counterculture 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. September 20, 2016
Cold Beat Changes the Tempo Cold Beat Changes the Tempo After several lineup switches, the members of celebrated Bay Area punk band Cold Beat find their groove as collaborators and evolve towards a more electronic sound. February 10, 2016

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