The Killer Inside Me

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The Killer Inside Me

Five years ago, I became one of the thousands of men diagnosed every year in the U.S. with HPV-related throat cancer.

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PAC Money Invades 15th District Assembly Race

A network of pro-charter school donors is spending big on behalf of Buffy Wicks, while the California Nurses Association is touting Rochelle Pardue-Okimoto.

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In the 15th Assembly District, Six Candidates Appear to Have a Shot at the Top Two Spots

It looks like the race will come down to a contest among Judy Appel, Ben Bartlett, Jovanka Beckles, Dan Kalb, Rochelle Pardue-Okimoto, and Buffy Wicks.

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A Bare-Knuckle Fight for Top Cop

District Attorney Nancy O'Malley is in a heated battle against progressive civil rights firebrand Pamela Price.

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Key Measures Are on June Ballot

Voters get to decide on a county childcare sales tax, a parcel tax for Oakland libraries, Emeryville's affordable housing bond, a regional bridge toll hike, and a $4 billion statewide parks bond.

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Newsom and Who Else?

The former San Francisco mayor appears to be a shoo-in to make the top two in the governor's race. Who will join him? Plus, a roundup of other key statewide races.

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Karen Katz Says Her Challenge of Judge Tara Flanagan Should Surprise No One

Katz says Flanagan disrespects low-income defendants and has violated ethics laws. But Flanagan and her supporters think she's being targeted because she's a lesbian.

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Alameda County's Auditor-Controller Race Is a Not-So-Sleepy Affair

The normally overlooked race is turning out to be one of the most hotly contested contests this spring.

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The Express' 2018 June Endorsements

We endorse Gavin Newsom, Kevin de Leon, Tony Thurmond, Measure A, RM3, and most of the local and state ballot initiatives.

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Coping with the Fear of Deportation

A network of East Bay women provides immigrant residents with legal help and psychological support.

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Determining the Future of Point Reyes National Seashore

Growing elk herds are competing with grazing cattle at the national park, raising questions about how best to manage public lands.

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Demystifying Sound at the Vintage Synthesizer Museum

With a recording studio, public workshops, and hands-on showroom in Emeryville, Lance Hill elucidates the rarefied realm of analog synthesizers.

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Women's Audio Mission Empowers Oakland Girls in the Studio

The San Francisco nonprofit brings its transformative after-school programs to the East Bay.

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After Ghost Ship, Russell E.L. Butler Commits to Life in Electronic Music

The Oakland artist performs at MUTEK.SF.

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Nine Bay Area Music Festivals to Look Forward to This Year

With Manic Relapse, MUTEK, and Blurry Vision almost here, it's time to feel festive.

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Local Music Community Rallies Behind Lee Hildebrand

Check out the benefit concert for the legendary East Bay music critic.

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Growing Pains Part 2: Back to the Underground

Instead of welcoming the cannabis industry into the light, Oakland's new rules are putting many out of business, while others are disappearing into the illicit market.

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Growing Pains Part 1: Nipped in the Bud

Small farmers had hoped to usher in California's new legal cannabis market, but the state's high taxes and fees and a loophole in its regulatory scheme are allowing Big Weed to take over.

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Fire and Fortune

A year after a fire killed four people at a San Pablo Avenue building for low-income people, many of the former residents are still suffering. The owners of the building? Not so much.

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