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Tweet Search For Suspect Suspends BART Service In San Francisco During Rush HourCBS LocalSAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – BART service resumed Wednesday evening after service was suspended as San Francisco police searched for an armed-robbery suspect on the tracks between the Mission District’s 16th Street and 24th Street Stations.BART service resumes...

Tweet Piedmont, Montclair calendar: Oakland’s White Elephant Sale this weekendOakland TribuneCalifornia Genealogical Society and Library, 2201 Broadway, Oakland. 510-663-1358, californiaancestors.org. Crabstavaganza. Zion Lutheran School’s annual fundraising crab feed, raffle, silent auction, and more featuring special guest host Joe Tuman. ...

Tweet Piedmont, Montclair calendarOakland Tribune26. Free. Aurora School, 40 Dulwich Road, Oakland. 510-428-2606, www.auroraschool.org. Crabstavaganza. Zion Lutheran School’s annual fundraising crab feed, raffle, silent auction, and more featuring special guest host Joe Tuman. 5:30 p.m. March 1. …read more Source: Joe Tuman News From Google ...

Tweet Allen: Broadway business incubator replays Oakland historyOakland TribuneThe historic former Johnston Motors Building on Broadway in Oakland’s Uptown District is the new home for Impact Hub Oakland, a shared-space entrepreneurial incubator, the latest in what organizers say is a global community of people seeking to learn … …read...

Tweet Case against Oakland boy accused of arson attack aganst agender teeen stays …Oakland TribuneOAKLAND — The criminal case against a 16-year-old accused of setting fire to an agender teen’s skirt on an AC Transit bus, causing severe burns, will stay in adult court under a judge’s ruling Thursday in Alameda County Superior Court....

Tweet This Oakland News comes from Las Vegas, where I am for the New Media Expo and International CES, or CES 2014, or the Consumer Electronics Show. I have two items to share: first my 30-minute videos with Joe Tuman and Dan Siegel,who are running for Mayor. Get some coffee or tea, sit down, and take in what they have to say: Joe Tuman: Dan Siegel: This...

Tweet This bit of Oakland News is, a more disturbing continuation of my Oakland Police Radio blog post of last week. It’s disturbing because several Oakland City staffers who I will not name are just plain massively pissed off with the Oakland City Council, and that includes Oakland Mayor Jean Quan right at the top. Faced with the need to spend $15...

Tweet There’s a lot of Oakland News out there, so let’s get to it. First, I have it from several sources that Oakland City Councilmember Libby Schaaf (District Four) is considering a run for Mayor of Oakland. This is a fresh rumor that come up on Tuesday while this blogger was at two different events. It flies in the face of her original claim...

Tweet On Friday, just after Art Murmur / First Friday for October, someone reportedly shot into a crowd at 14th and Broadway in Downtown Oakland. That’s right at BART 12th Street, Oakland City Center Station, and where I normally catch a cab – not any more. A woman was shot, and two others injured, but most scary of all, no arrests were made, and...

Tweet Make Oakland Better Now! will be present at the next Oakland City Council Meeting on June 13th at 6:30pm to urge the City Council to adopt the Mayor’s proposed budget with Council President Kernighan’s proposed changes.  This post is the second in a series to look at the budget amendments proposed by Council President Kernighan and those proposed...

Tweet On June 13, Make Oakland Better Now! will be present at the Oakland City Council Meeting at 6:30 p.m., urging the City Council to adopt the Mayor’s proposed budget with Council President Kernighan’s proposed changes.  This post is the first in a series to look at the budget amendments proposed by Council President Kernighan and those proposed by Council...

Tweet San Francisco is not the first SF Bay Area NFL city to bid for the right to host a Super Bowl Game. Oakland was in 2000 and as that bid effort was headed by the author of this blog post, what follows is a kind of short memoir. On On November 3, 2000, in Atlanta, Georgia, Oakland came to within just eight NFL Owner votes of hosting the 2005 Super Bowl....

Tweet A key part of the “non-interference” report issued by Courtney Ruby, the Oakland City Auditor, and that blamed Councilmember Larry Reid (District 7) and Councilmember Desley Brooks (District 6), leading this blogger to brand it as racist, was proven to be completely wrong in a bombshell speech and interview at last night’s Oakland City...

Tweet The Oakland Art Murmur Administration has left a statement on the website of the organization in the wake of last night’s First Friday shooting, where the killers are still at large as of this writing. The Oakland Art Murmur is deeply saddened and shocked by the tragic shooting that occurred in the Uptown area last night in Oakland. We offer our...

Tweet On December 28th 2011, Sanjiv Handa, a friend of mine, passed away of a heart attack. It’s now one year later (time flies) and Sanjiv was the person who kept Oakland on its political and procedural toes, and as I expected, no one would replace him. Last year, I wrote this: Sanjiv Handa, RP? Still can’t believe it. It’s a good idea to blog to...

Tweet Oakland Councilmember Ignacio De La Fuente’s in hot water over a campaign approach that overstepped the bounds of appropriate taste in his battle for the current At-Large City Council seat held by Councilmember Rebecca Kaplan. VOTE FOR KAPLAN FOR OAKLAND AT LARGE A letter sent by the The East Bay Stonewall Democratic Club this evening says that...

Tweet A Safer City; A Safer Oakland Our campaign for Oakland City Council has focused on improving Public Safety, Creating Jobs and Smart Growth and Restoring Essential Neighborhood Services. Some people have asked why Public Safety is my number one concern. Can’t we just create jobs? Won’t the kids on the street corners just jump off and run to...

Tweet The last time the Oakland Tribune weighed in with endorsements in a local election, they had zero impact: people just don’t read the newspapers like they used to and the Tribune’s multi-media effort is non-existent. Still, there’s nothing wrong with recording and reporting who the Tribune endorsed this time out. For District One Oakland...

Tweet Grrr. Oakland Tribune reporter Angela Woodall’s done it again: wrote another completely wrongheaded account of my Oakland. The first time it was a Twitter tweet that implied there was corruption at the Oakland Coliseum (she was correct), only to completely back away from the accusation when this blogger pointed to it. This time, the second time,...

Tweet Joe Tuman v. Rebecca Kaplan would have gained more attention if Tuman (hint to Joe) embraced Social Media. But before we get to that,...

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