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Re: “The Boyfriend Experience

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Posted by Christopher Klien on 09/30/2017 at 6:06 PM

Re: “Former Corso Chef Readies Juanita & Maude in Albany

Nizza la Bella, not (Belle).

Posted by Bryan Higgins on 09/30/2017 at 11:08 AM

Re: “Getting Rich Off Low-Income Housing

Ah yes, its always people of affluence that are at fault. Never mind the folks who have frittered their lives away living on the dole and just wanting more and more free stuff because its the rich that cause all their problems. What a bunch of nonsense! And Lynita is just the type of person we would all enjoy having living next to us....can I borrow a cup of sugar and will you pay for my rent?!

Posted by Mike Mitchell on 09/30/2017 at 8:55 AM

Re: “Are Co-ops the Future of a Sustainable Restaurant Industry?

Co-ops are a great alternative way of doing business, particularly for younger people and single people who don't need a rock-steady income. However, the proponents of co-ops tend to gloss over the fact that the members equally absorb risk as well as reward. In other words, there is the possibility of a delayed or reduced paycheck from time to time as demand drops or fluctuates. For workers who need a reliable income, the top down corporate model still works better. Also, the co-op model is ill suited to certain businesses where some of the workers must put in years of education and work before even starting in business. It doesn't seem fair, for example, to pay the neurosurgeon as much as the neurosurgeon's receptionist.

Posted by James Jazz, Jr. on 09/29/2017 at 5:29 PM

Re: “Laney Students and Staff Express Concerns About the A’s Ballpark Plans

Sorry for the same post twice. Not intentional.

Posted by Damon M on 09/29/2017 at 4:42 PM

Re: “Evolutionary Blues Chronicles the Life and Afterlife of Blues in West Oakland

Why only one screening of the movie here in Oakland ?

Posted by Paul Hunt on 09/29/2017 at 4:40 PM

Re: “Laney Students and Staff Express Concerns About the A’s Ballpark Plans

Perhaps the biggest winner of the A's moving is poised to be Laney College. For the student complaining about a run down college, the money that the A's would offer the college for the land next to Laney could be used to modernize/revitalize the crumbling infrastructure. Please tell me where else this money would be coming from?

For the student who feared that he would lose his job if the A's moved, please read the quotes from college administrators in other articles expressing excitement about the internship/mentorship opportunities that the downtown park would have for Laney College students. Study the positive economic impact report that the ballpark will have on the city and the surrounding neighborhoods.

For the student that says he's now ashamed to wear A's gear because of the announcement. Yes, professional sports are a business. However, the A's have gone out of their way to build a ballpark that's inclusive of the entire community and embraces the diversity and community vibe that's uniquely Oakland. I see lots of people rockin the Green & Gold, and the vast majority are stoked that ownership has committed to the City of Oakland.

There are legitimate questions regarding traffic and congestion that the A's will need to address. It's important to protect the fabric of the local neighborhoods, and environmental impact reports to be completed. So now is the chance to engage in a dialogue with the team. Ultimately, this is about lifting up the community, supporting/being a good neighbor to the college and giving Oakland and the East Bay a park and a team ROOTED IN OAKLAND that we can all support and call our own.

Posted by Damon M on 09/29/2017 at 4:31 PM

Re: “Laney Students and Staff Express Concerns About the A’s Ballpark Plans

Perhaps the biggest winner of the A's moving is poised to be Laney College. For the student complaining about a run down college, the money that the A's would offer the college for the land next to Laney could be used to modernize/revitalize the crumbling infrastructure. Please tell me where else this money would be coming from?

For the student who feared that he would lose his job if the A's moved, please read the quotes from college administrators in other articles expressing excitement about the internship/mentorship opportunities that the downtown park would have for Laney College students. Study the positive economic impact report that the ballpark will have on the city and the surrounding neighborhoods.

For the student that says he's now ashamed to wear A's gear because of the announcement. Yes, professional sports are a business. However, the A's have gone out of their way to build a ballpark that's inclusive of the entire community and embraces the diversity and community vibe that's uniquely Oakland. I see lots of people rockin the Green & Gold, and the vast majority are stoked that ownership has committed to the City of Oakland.

There are legitimate questions regarding traffic and congestion that the A's will need to address. It's important to protect the fabric of the local neighborhoods, and environmental impact reports to be completed. So now is the chance to engage in a dialogue with the team. Ultimately, this is about lifting up the community, supporting/being a good neighbor to the college and giving Oakland and the East Bay a park and a team ROOTED IN OAKLAND that we can all support and call our own.

Open heart, open mind, open discussion... can't lose.

Posted by Damon M on 09/29/2017 at 4:30 PM

Re: “A Scavenger Hunt in Temescal That Aims to Spotlight Small Businesses

This sounds awesome! I want to bring my family when they come to visit in a couple of months. Would love to see the Black-owned-business tour come to life.

Posted by Andreas G on 09/29/2017 at 4:24 PM

Re: “Laney Students and Staff Express Concerns About the A’s Ballpark Plans

Everybody likes the imagine their worst-case scenario. We don't have the problems these interview subjects speculate around the Coliseum, so I fail to see how moving the same crowd closer to Laney is going to make them (us) go buck wild.

Richard Bennett
University of Texas alumnus

Posted by Richard Bennett on 09/29/2017 at 3:51 PM

Re: “Laney Students and Staff Express Concerns About the A’s Ballpark Plans

I would highly encourage that everyone who has issues or concerns with why the A's picked this site either visit http://www.oaklandballpark.com, which has many of the answers to your concerns already listed, or by emailing/tweeting team president Dave Kaval.

This project is not going to hurt Laney or the surrounding area at all. In fact, this project can help make Laney better.

Keith Salminen
Producer & Co-Host of A's Fan Radio
Laney College Alumni

Posted by Keith Richard Salminen on 09/29/2017 at 3:13 PM

Re: “Wednesday’s Briefing: Schaaf Proposes Sanctioned Homeless Camps; Oakland May Miss Jan. 1 Deadline for Legal Pot

There's no constructive reason for denegrating Mayor Schaaf. Libby Schaaf loves her hometown and is determined to improve the lot of homeless men, women and children. Attend your City Council meetings, consider proposals and choose to be part of the solution.

Posted by helenwiells on 09/29/2017 at 3:12 PM

Re: “Warriors Pay $786,998 for 2017 Oakland Victory Parade

This seems like a shakedown by Oakland city officials to me, a 2015 parade costs $244K, yet 2 years later a parade costs $816K, inflation is not that high. If the estimate given was around $300K, how on earth can the city justify the actual bill of $816K ?

Posted by alphie noakes on 09/29/2017 at 7:18 AM

Re: “The Benefits of Pasture-Raised Meat

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Posted by Adrian Dalsey Robert Lynn on 09/28/2017 at 9:03 PM

Re: “Warriors Pay $786,998 for 2017 Oakland Victory Parade

Did the earlier parade cost get covered? We started asking the city about it as soon as we saw the damage to the new plantings around 12th Street.

Posted by Naomi_Schiff on 09/28/2017 at 2:49 PM

Re: “A Tribute to the Bars Where Everyone Knows Your Name

I think the Washington Club should be mentioned here! Great spot!

Posted by Robert Whitehead on 09/28/2017 at 1:31 PM

Re: “Thursday’s Briefing: 70% of Bay Area Residents Want More Housing in Cities; Ghost Ship Owner to Get $3.1M Payout

As anyone familiar with the art and science of urban planning knows, you cannot simply build more housing without taking into account, designing and planning finance for all the infrastructure required to support the increased housing. That's the facts folks.

One of the reasons we have a housing shortage, displacement of mostly poorer folks, huge freeway jams and a way-overburdened public transportation system, not to mention bad air and water pollution and a lurking longterm problem with water supply, is that we as a region completely failed to do the urban planning necessary to support the importing into the region of a huge supply of tech workers.

Planning is all about thinking about the future. No amount of partial patchwork attempts to provide a partial "solution" (more housing) will solve the interrelated problems of our region.

One fundamental approach towards dealing with these challenges is to begin to elect real leaders in our cities, towns and counties. Leaders who can actually lead and who are not tied to special interests which exploit a single aspect of growth, like housing, retail and corporate facility development.

We need to be able to get around better. The robocars Silicon Valley wants to sell us ain't the answer. For those who can think historically, robocars came from Big Auto's vision of an automated future developed in the 1950s. We need to look to a real future rather than to be led back to the past.

Posted by Hobart Johnson on 09/28/2017 at 12:50 PM

Re: “Another Unnecessary Sports Expense

Yep, we need to completely reconsitute the coliseum board, and then they need to work with the As to build an appropriate facility there.

Posted by Naomi_Schiff on 09/28/2017 at 11:32 AM

Re: “'Cannabis Damages DNA' Claim Debunked By Leading Researcher Ethan Russo

This article is a joke as well...it doesnt states all the bad affects that Cannabis has on brain chemistry.

Posted by Kevin Tsang on 09/28/2017 at 10:32 AM

Re: “The East Bay's Longest-Running Brunch Spots

Good recommendations. La Note, Betty's, and Rick and Ann's are perennial favorites.

I go to Mama's if I feel like being insulted, kind of like Sam Wo used to be.

Posted by Ernest Montague on 09/28/2017 at 7:53 AM

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