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Leaving Oakland: 3rd-Generation Artist Yields to Relentless Rise In Cost of HousingAnother victim of rising rents, one longtime Oakland artist has had enough. She's leaving and she has a message for other Bay Area artists. Christin Ayers reports. (2-17-17)
Interview: James TW With JaynJames TW sat down with Jayn for a chat on the StubHub stage in the Alice Lounge.
"The Great Wall" - H.B. Movie ReviewThe Great Wall is a 2016 monster film directed by Zhang Yimou and starring Matt Damon, who plays a European mercenary in China during the Song dynasty. He encounters the Great Wall of China and meets Chinese elite soldiers who defend against monster-alien-dinosaurs attacking the wall. Hooman & Bryn give reviews on the movie and it's critical reception by many audiences.
Kevin Garrett Live In The Playstation Music SpaceKevin Garrett stopped by to chat with Dallas and perform live in the Playstation Music Space at LIVE 105.
Berkeley Bluegrass Singer Laurie Lewis Nominated for Grammy AwardShe was raised in Berkeley and that's where Laurie Lewis fell in love with bluegrass. She and her band The Right Hands are up for a Grammy for best bluegrass album. Betty Yu reports. (2-12-17)
Meet Grammy Nominated Oakland Artist Fantastic NegritoA few years back, Fantastic Negrito was busking in BART stations. Now he's up for his first Grammy for his debut album titled, 'The Last Days Of Oakland. Betty Yu talked to him.

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Oakland Artist Leaving... High Cost Of Bay Area "Not Worth It"World-renowned Oakland artist Elisabeth Sunday is fed up with the soaring cost of live/work spaces in the Bay Area. She's leaving. Christin Ayers tells us where she's going and her advice for young artists.
Meet Grammy Nominated Oakland Artist Fantastic NegritoA few years back, Fantastic Negrito was busking in BART stations. Now he's up for his first Grammy for his debut album titled, 'The Last Days Of Oakland. Betty Yu talked to him.
Lunar New Year Celebrations Across The Bay AreaThe Bay Area celebrated the Lunar New Year on Saturday.

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Volunteers Clean Drug Paraphernalia From The Mean Streets of San FranciscoMaria Medina follows a group of volunteers who call themselves real-life superheroes. (2-19-17)
75th Anniversary of Japanese Internment Camps Commemorated in S.F.At a solemn ceremony in San Francisco on Sunday, people of all nationalities gathered to remember a dark period in U.S. history. John Ramos reports. (2-19-17)
Flood Protection Alternatives to Replace SandbagsKurtis Ming found some pretty interesting inventions, some of them you can store in your garage until needed, for the next rainy season. (2-19-17)

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CA Cremation Service Operating Without A LicenseConsumerWatch reporter Julie Watts investigates a worst-case scenario when a grieving family looking for a cremation service winds up in the hands of a company operating without a license.
Oakland Artist Leaving... High Cost Of Bay Area "Not Worth It"World-renowned Oakland artist Elisabeth Sunday is fed up with the soaring cost of live/work spaces in the Bay Area. She's leaving. Christin Ayers tells us where she's going and her advice for young artists.
Annual Polar Plunge Has Hundreds Swimming In The Murky BaySwimmers raising money for the Special Olympics took the Polar Plunge Saturday, but as Maria Medina reports, the water looked very different.

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75th Anniversary of Japanese Internment Camps Commemorated in S.F.At a solemn ceremony in San Francisco on Sunday, people of all nationalities gathered to remember a dark period in U.S. history. John Ramos reports. (2-19-17)
Oakland Artist Leaving... High Cost Of Bay Area "Not Worth It"World-renowned Oakland artist Elisabeth Sunday is fed up with the soaring cost of live/work spaces in the Bay Area. She's leaving. Christin Ayers tells us where she's going and her advice for young artists.
75th Anniversary of Japanese Internment Brings Painful Memories, New FearsThis weekend marks a dark time in U.S. history -- the 75th anniversary of the Japanese Internment camps. Cate Cauguiran spoke to a couple who lived through that painful episode. (2-17-17)

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Volunteers Clean Drug Paraphernalia From The Mean Streets of San FranciscoMaria Medina follows a group of volunteers who call themselves real-life superheroes. (2-19-17)
75th Anniversary of Japanese Internment Camps Commemorated in S.F.At a solemn ceremony in San Francisco on Sunday, people of all nationalities gathered to remember a dark period in U.S. history. John Ramos reports. (2-19-17)
Flood Protection Alternatives to Replace SandbagsKurtis Ming found some pretty interesting inventions, some of them you can store in your garage until needed, for the next rainy season. (2-19-17)

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Las Vegas Reporter: "Something Will Come About With The Raiders"Las Vegas Review-Journal reporter Rick Velotta tells Dennis O'Donnell that he thinks Sin City is not out of the running for the Raiders. (2/19/17)
Sunday Night Pinpoint ForecastSunday night will be breezy and rainy. Lows will be in the mid 50s. South winds could reach 30 mph. Monday will be windy and rainy. Highs will be in the lower 60s. Brian Hackney has the pinpoint forecast. (2-19-17)
Volunteers Clean Drug Paraphernalia From The Mean Streets of San FranciscoMaria Medina follows a group of volunteers who call themselves real-life superheroes. (2-19-17)

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