Natasha Cops Resent 
Member since Feb 19, 2012

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  1. Lower East Side Story

    After ten years of living in Berkeley, Eric Drooker still dreams of New York.

  2. Oakland's Perfect Storm

    As the city has failed to build enough housing and has been slow to respond to the affordability crisis, more and more people are being displaced.

  3. Oakland Housing Rights Activists Face 8.5 Years in Prison

  4. Oakland's Biggest Landlord is Fighting For His Life in Federal Court

    Fed-up tenants now rebelling against him, too, and looking for the city for help.

  5. North Berkeley Synagogue Plan Takes a Big Step Forward; Moses Mayne Wins District 6

    So, is there going to be a casino on the former Oakland Army Base or isn't there?

  6. The Homeless Office

    While most patrons of the Temescal Cafe read newspapers or sip lattes, Todd Spitzer runs a church from the table by the window

  7. The Ultimate Backup

    Michael Rains has been defending Oakland cops for more than twenty years, but the case of the OPD's notorious "Riders" has given him his greatest challenge to date: proving that his clients were just doing their job.

  8. A Patch of Green

    Dr. Chuma Obiudu is devoting his life to making Richmond into the Bay Area's garden spot - and he's making progress.

  9. News & Notes

    Reading the stars' stars; Haas biz students to learn ethics from crooked CEOs; He's a political master, Bates.

  10. Gary's Plan

    The Coleman platform proposes decisive action on the problems of the state.

  11. San Pablo Sunset

    No longer the home of "pistols and crystals, bikers and trailers," San Pablo completes its secession from the Bay Area to join the rest of the state.

  12. From Political Punk Rock to Politics

    Jesse "Luscious" Townley likes to provoke onstage, but hopes to unify dueling factions as a member of Berkeley's City Council.

  13. Death of a Community

    As San Pablo prepares to banish the residents of a trailer park to make way for new homes, a way of life is endangered.

  14. The Truce on Christmas

    It's a momentarily wonderful life at 924 Gilman on December 24.

  15. Let the Bulldozing Commence

    They plunge our cities into debt, blight our landscape, retard our potential, and demean our lives by their proximity. Five abominations to tear down in 2006.

  16. No Ambition, No Problem

    Members of Berkeley band Look Back and Laugh hit hardcore music's middle age — 34.

  17. Street Flix

    Johnny Shaw sleeps in a carport, eats from the trash, and has global distro for his "must-have" documentary. Prepare to redefine "do-it-yourself."

  18. Wednesday Must Reads: Berkeley Council Okays New Rules Targeting Homeless; Ex-County Supervisor Mary King Dies

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