In: Bay & Beyond

Love Trolls

By: Minerva Razo “We both know why we’re here,” reads a message from a stranger, “just come over.” Not sure what…

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Following the Money

By: Kristen Struckmeyer When I got out of class, a small white envelope was waiting for me on the windshield of…

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Threatened Sanctuary or National Insecurity?

By: Brandy Miceli People from around the world gathered under the trees of Frank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland to share their…

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Can’t Drag Me Down

By: Rachel Sison She’s been performing for 35 years and she’s not worried about stopping in the middle of a performance…

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More Than A Party Drug

By: Kristen Struckmeyer Andy Gold was on the trip of his life. “I was completely overcome by the drug,” said Gold….

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A Change Is Gonna Come

By: Arash Malekzadeh Riot gear hung from the tense hands of three rows of San Francisco Police Department officers, positioned austerely…

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Urban Hands in Urban Lands : A Community Reclaims Public Land Through Farming

By: Priscilla Salahuddin When Edgar Molina was in High School, he threw his food from the cafeteria onto the grass around…

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How the Bay Area Grows

By: Tessa Murphy Growing Up Farms, located in a once-unused warehouse in the Crocker-Amazon neighborhood, uses a developing strategy called aquaponics…

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When Life Gives You Lemons…Race Them

By: Jasmine Williams The Sonoma sun rays shone down on squinty-eyed spectators sprinkled across the bleachers surrounding Sonoma Raceway. The car…

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A Monthly Challenge: The Bay Area homeless population struggles to find access to feminine care products

Written By: Sekinat Shiwoku   Mary recalls crying and writhing in pain as she sat to await treatment for toxic shock…

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From Farm to Bong

By: Brandy Miceli The inflammation, swollen cartilage, and swollen joint linings that come with 39-year-old Amanda Reiman’s foot arthritis keep her…

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The Age of Tech : While Tech Companies Create Younger Environments, The “Not-So-Young” Struggle

By: Eric Nyulassy All you can eat food around the clock. Beautifully landscaped grass as far as the eye can see….

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