Anthony Moore 
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Re: “Where There's Smoke, There's Toxic Fire

While local news coverage was sparse for a while due to the State of the Union, local news DID cover it. Alternate channels (Channel 36 cable 6 KTVU, Channel 44 KPIX) did continue local news coverage, including that of the fire. The Contra Costa Warning system ( and @CoCoCWS) sent out updates via the website, Twitter and text via Nixle ( public safety notification service)... AND there was a robust ongoing discussion on the Nextdoor platform. I encourage you to sign up for any or all of these services to be apprised of incidents in Richmond. No the sirens did not go off- but I DID feel as though I was being kept apprised over in the Marina Bay (while at work) and Coronado (when I got home) neighborhoods.

Posted by Anthony Moore on 02/28/2018 at 10:26 PM

Re: “What Ever Happened to the Rotary Nature Center?

I'm glad this didn't become a hit piece on Ms. Benavidez. She always seemed to be REALLY passionate about the Center and the Lake in general but seemingly ended up over her head.

Posted by Anthony Moore on 02/06/2018 at 1:19 PM

Re: “The Deserving Dozen

Wow! I'm a Kurt Suzuki fan but Mike Heath EASILY. How is King Kong NOT on this list? The BIGGEST snub by FAR is Tony Armas. The A's had the coolest and one of the best outfield trios in Rickey, Dwayne (with his hat falling off on every ball hit to him) and Tony Armas. I see a young fan bias in this.

Posted by Anthony Moore on 12/27/2017 at 9:14 AM

Re: “Frying Fish Under the Freeway

Good job. Keep it up and God Bless!

Posted by Anthony Moore on 12/19/2017 at 10:22 PM

Re: “Cheeseboard Alumni Launch Dimond Slice Pizza

I like Cheeseboard and their spin -offs... but I see no threat to Oakland Staple Cybelle's across the street :)

Posted by Anthony Moore on 11/28/2017 at 12:05 PM

Re: “The Woman Behind Oakland's Mobile Food Scene

First... taco trucks and "roach coaches" owned by Latinos and Asians have been part of the east and west Oakland landscape DECADES before "2001" ( where I first tasted Sriracha back in the 80's as an accompaniment to the egg rolls and wings off the Asian owned roach coaches before it was "discovered" )
and Blacks to a lesser extend have also tried sell also- which brings up a sore point with me. I have no problem with ANYONE hustlin plates. Although I actually work in public health, I believe no one wants to kill their customers so MOST will take the needed precautions. A ServSafe certification goes over most food safety issues and is only $15 (if I recall- I have from last year). My sore point is the unequal enforcement. Most notably are the hot dog vendors who sale RIGHT under BART police noses on the Coliseum walkway and no one says a word as they sale in the open. The blacks who are selling bottled water out of a cooler have to go further down nearer to the Coliseum side of the foot bridge in order not to be hassled. I wonder if I were to set up a cart on the same bridge and sell BBQ plates, would I be hassled? I recall a few years ago, a black guy would sell BBQ on 98th and E.14th and felt the need to display on his truck window, blown up and exaggerated copies of his permits while down the street other brown folks sold everything from tamales, churros and pillows without the need. Again I welcome all the hustle and have even supported many of these carts with my $$. My only gripe, either enforce it equally across the board or leave everyone alone. These vendors offer a vital... yes vital service to the late night hutlas, shift workers, clubbers and anyone craving the munchies on the cheap in areas without many late night epicurean offerings. Let's just allow everyone to sell if this is the route we are going to go

Posted by Anthony Moore on 11/01/2017 at 10:55 PM

Re: “Vast New Bay Area Bike-Share Program Is Everywhere ... Except Deep East Oakland

OK let's get out idealistic heads out of the utopian clouds. I grew up in East Oakland... Ain't nobody paying $3.00 a trip for a bike ride or $10 for a day pass... I'm a bike rider an I can afford it and have all the technology needed to take advantage of this program and I wouldn't. Maybe NEW people to the Deep East... NOT the folks I know and know of. This may elicit a gasp from some of you. Some of you may spout some hotepness salt my way... but YOU KNOW I'm not lyin.

Posted by Anthony Moore on 07/17/2017 at 1:21 PM

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