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Issue Archive for the Week of Sep 26-Oct 2, 2018

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  • Luz Calvo Wants to Decolonize Your Plate

    The Oakland resident and ethnic studies professor aims to preserve healing indigenous food traditions through a cookbook and art exhibit.
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  • A Guide to the East Bay's Best Tortas

    From the heart of Mexico to the East Bay's barrios, the torta is the richest sandwich.
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  • Bay Chefs Find Sweet Inspiration

    From mochi muffins to corn ice cream, bakers and dessert-makers fold complex stories of identity into their treats.
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News & Opinion

  • A Deadly Year of Pursuits in Contra Costa County

    Contra Costa Sheriff's deputies get in more pursuits that cause more injuries than most other agencies in California. This year the pursuits have led to more deaths.
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Arts & Culture

  • A’s-Yankees Wild Card Could Be a Classic

    The win-or-die playoff between Oakland and New York on Wednesday will be a true David vs. Goliath contest, as the unheralded A’s prepare to battle those damn Yankees in Gotham.


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  • Smart & Final’s Old Oakland Location Closes

    The closure is one of several shut downs of longtime businesses following the purchase of much of Old Oakland by 11 West Partners.
  • Landlords Take Aim Against Three Oakland Ballot Measures

    The California Association of Realtors and National Association of Realtors have already raised $97,500 to oppose Oakland's vacant property tax and eviction protection ballot measures.

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