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Issue Archive for the Week of Oct 3-9, 2018

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News & Opinion

  • Targeting Muslims?

    Critics say the Alameda County Sheriff's Office is using a Trump administration anti-terrorism grant to focus on Black, Muslim inmates returning to society.
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  • The Real Fight Against Fake News

    On the 80th anniversary of Orson Welles' famous radio broadcast of the War of the Worlds, here are Project Censored's Top 10 underreported stories of the year.
  • Two PACs Take Aim at Desley Brooks

    Building trades unions and some supporters of Mayor Libby Schaaf and ex-Mayor Jean Quan are hoping to oust Brooks, but the councilmember’s backers say the PACs are misrepresenting her record.
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  • A’s Wild Card Loss Leads to Offseason Questions

    Now that another October playoff has ended in heartbreak for Oakland, the A’s front office starts a pivotal offseason that will greatly affect the franchise’s plans to build a new park in The Town.

Arts & Culture


Food & Drink



  • Boba Goes Local

    Boba Guys is the first U.S. company to make tapioca balls — at its East Bay facility.
  • Investing in West Oakland

    Community Foods Market is launching a direct public offering before its December store opening, allowing people to buy shares in the new West Oakland grocery store.
  • Navajo Tacos in Oakland

    The Lodge features fry bread tacos from Rocko’s Tacos, plus Americana food from Lovely’s.
  • Benchmark Pizzeria Opens in Old Oakland

    The highly rated Kensington pizzeria has expanded to a second location — this time with a full bar.

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