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Delays by Air Pollution Regulators Could Cost Lives

Environmentalists say Bay Area regulators are continuing to drag their feet on dealing with air pollution from refineries. And residents in vulnerable communities are paying the price.
November 05, 2018

People with Disabilities Encounter Success, Challenges in the Food Industry

Mozzeria, Trouble Coffee, and vocational programs offer people with disabilities something unusual — personal and financial independence.
November 02, 2018

An Outlandish Burger Survey

Our selective guide to limit-pushing burgers plus the rise of empanadas, adult slushies, and laboratory-made food.
November 01, 2018

Kris Hayashi Protects Transgender People

The executive director of the Transgender Law Center is in full battle mode fighting for the most vulnerable.
October 22, 2018

Alameda’s Marielle Heller Is One Hot Hollywood Director

The former St. Joseph Notre Dame grad and Alameda Children’s Musical Theater veteran now calls the shots for big-time stars like Melissa McCarthy and Tom Hanks.
October 15, 2018

About That District 6 Race

Reader feedback on last month's issue.
October 09, 2018

A New Fight for Civil Rights in Oakland

The Public Rights Project is bringing two recent Yale Law School grads to bolster Oakland’s capacity for civil rights litigation.
October 08, 2018

Using the Power of Hip-Hop

Oakland nonprofit Today’s Future Sound uses beat making to empower kids, veterans, and others.
October 05, 2018

Leaking Lead Found at Point Isabel

The popular dog park was once nicknamed Battery Park. The East Bay Regional Park District is looking into why.
October 03, 2018

The Backstories

October 02, 2018