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Issue Archive for the Week of Mar 21-27, 2018

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News & Opinion

  • Housing for North Berkeley BART?

    BART and city leaders recently took the first steps toward a mixed-use housing development on the station's parking lots, but there's still a long road ahead.
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  • The Dinosaur That Wouldn't Die

    California already has the technology to convert to 100-percent renewable energy. But fossil fuel companies, utilities, and state regulators are still trying to keep an old, dirty industry alive.
  • County Tax Measure Would Fund Child Care

    A measure on the June ballot would raise the sales tax by one-half percent and make Alameda County the first in the state to fund child care for low-income families.
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  • Is Vaping Cannabis Safe?

    Vaporizing cannabis has grown in popularity in recent years due to its convenience, discretion, and perceived health benefits. But there are safety concerns.

Arts & Culture

  • The Return of the Hook-Up Truck

    Local artist Spy Emerson tells the story of The Hook-Up Truck, her controversial venue for mobile safe-sex adventuring. Now parked/featured in Albany.


Food & Drink

  • Tours Overseas

    Berkeley’s Sobremesa guides food-focused trips to Spain and Japan.



  • Decision on Oakland Coal Ban Expected Soon

    A federal judge could rule as early as Friday in a case that will determine whether Oakland becomes the location for a major coal export hub.

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