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Unapologetic and proud. Those are just a few words that come to mind when you hear spoken word artist and activist Sonya Renee Taylor perform,... [Read More]
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An East Bay writer and filmmaker discuss the blockbuster film's treatment of identity, history, and technology, and what it means for the future of black... [Read More]
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Wax figures: A fun opportunity for limitless celeb selfies? Or the stuff of scream-inducing nightmares? [Read More]
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Environmental and social justice activist Carl Anthony draws on decades of experience as an architect in his new book, "The Earth, the City, and the... [Read More]
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Forum brings you analysis of the latest news out of Washington, including an update on Friday's indictment of thirteen Russian nationals and 3 Russian... [Read More]
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It's kind of inevitable, right? The Olympics brings together athletes from around the world, representing their countries, in an intensely competitive... [Read More]
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Clara and Guido Bronzini came to the United States from a town near Pisa, Italy, in the late 1920s, after World War I devastated Italy.... [Read More]
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On the opening night of the much anticipated "Black Panther" movie, director Ryan Coogler made a special appearance at Oakland's Grand Lake Theatre, talking to... [Read More]
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By many measures the rambunctious campaign for a single-payer health care system in California appears to be floundering.A bill that would replace the existing health... [Read More]
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    Lower costs, flexible schedules, and proven results of upward social mobility have led leaders to praise community colleges for expandin... [Read More]
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In a recent article for The New York Times Magazine, Oakland-based writer Carvell Wallace describes the significance of Ryan Cooger's "Black Panther." The film... [Read More]
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Researchers detect multitudes of exoplanets in a galaxy 3.8 billion light years away. [Read More]
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In "Brotopia," Bloomberg journalist Emily Chang digs deep into Silicon Valley's boys' club atmosphere, rife with company sex parties, workplace harassment and... [Read More]
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Betty Reid Soskin's lectures at Richmond's Rosie the Riveter Museum have garnered her national attention, including a visit with President Obama in 2015. [Read More]
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An Olympics-hopeful swimmer, a stash of performance-enhancing drugs, and a complete lack of ethics mark this daring production in Walnut Creek. [Read More]
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Nurse practitioner Tina Quon clicked through a gory slideshow with images of wounds and squirting blood. She paused, looking to her roughly 25 trainees at... [Read More]
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The sudden entrance of former Hillary Clinton aide Amanda Renteria into the race for governor of California has inspired conspiracy theories and more than a... [Read More]
Today, anyone who donates $40 or more is a member of KQED. How might we expand that to include people who want to give in... [Read More]
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Photos: Wendy Goodfriend, Video: Vic Chin and Peter Ruocco Chicken soaked in buttermilk brine fried to crisp and light perfection I've concluded that fried chicken is never... [Read More]
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Chef Tanya Holland from Oakland's Brown Sugar Kitchen shows you how to make her acclaimed Buttermilk Fried Chicken. A perfect complement to Cornmeal Waffles... [Read More]
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