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Smythe's has weathered recession, online competition, and a perception of accordions as coarse-sounding period props. Now it's the only public accordion center in the Bay Area.
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The New Parish's former owner Jason Perkins is accused of threatening homeless people, prompting outcry from local artists and activists.
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Even freshly displaced, the Grammy Award-winning Oakland artist sees hope all around him.
At Oakland Music Complex, the Bay Area's largest practice space, the waiting list boasts more than 150 names. But hip-hop might be out of bounds.
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