Surviving in the Hospital Desert

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Surviving in the Hospital Desert

The impending closure of emergency services at Alta Bates in Berkeley has many worried about the consequences for communities in the East Bay — especially Richmond.

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Career Coup: Boots Riley Subverts Cinema

With 'Sorry to Bother You,' the first-time filmmaker and multi-hyphenate artist and activist is poised to speak, on his own terms, to the largest audience of his life.

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The Firing of Captain Mark Gagan

The surprising dismissal of the well-liked Richmond police captain and a series of other scandals threaten to tarnish the reputation of a police department once held as a national model of reform.

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David West, a Warrior for Justice

West may not get as much attention as Steph Curry or Kevin Durant, but the veteran player is one of the most socially conscious athletes and a role model both on and off the court.

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Why 500 People Ate Lunch Together in West Oakland

The People's Kitchen Collective's free meal served as a history lesson, an act of resistance, and a celebration.

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Why Warriors Fans Love and Hate LeBron James

He's this generation's greatest — and perhaps most complex — sports superstar.   

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Living on Ohlone Land

A historic effort to repatriate East Bay land to Ohlone descendants marks a turning point for indigenous cultural renewal and prompts the question: What does it mean to live on indigenous land?

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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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The Killer Inside Me

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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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  • The Firing of Captain Mark Gagan

    The surprising dismissal of the well-liked Richmond police captain and a series of other scandals threaten to tarnish the reputation of a police department once held as a national model of reform.
  • Surviving in the Hospital Desert

    The impending closure of emergency services at Alta Bates in Berkeley has many worried about the consequences for communities in the East Bay — especially Richmond.
  • Career Coup: Boots Riley Subverts Cinema

    With 'Sorry to Bother You,' the first-time filmmaker and multi-hyphenate artist and activist is poised to speak, on his own terms, to the largest audience of his life.
  • David West, a Warrior for Justice

    West may not get as much attention as Steph Curry or Kevin Durant, but the veteran player is one of the most socially conscious athletes and a role model both on and off the court.

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