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[31 Oct 2008 | One Comment | ]

Multimedia by Tyler Sipe
As Election Day draws near, local African-Americans describe the electric atmosphere during this year’s historic presidential election.

Berkeley, Civic Life, Faces & Places, Multimedia »

[31 Oct 2008 | One Comment | ]

Video by Will Jason, Angela Kilduff and Casey Miner
When you’re CodePink, even a moving-out sale attracts controversy.

Arts & Culture, Civic Life, Eastlake, Multimedia, Oakland »

[27 Oct 2008 | Comments Off on Church Offers Taekwondo Ministry to Neighborhood | ]

By Adelaide Chen
Oakland’s ReGeneration Church is popular with college students and singles for its rock n’ roll sermons and acceptance of all denominations.
But lately, another program is becoming popular among families who live in the area but who are not officially part of the church — martial arts.
Known as the Taekwondo Ministry, the Korean martial arts class brings the gospel to youth as early as the age of five.

Arts & Culture, Faces & Places, Fremont, Multimedia, Niles »

[21 Oct 2008 | 3 Comments | ]

Audio and Photos by Linsay Rousseau Burnett
Ed Frakes has been painting for over 50 years. Now 71, Frakes describes his life as an artist and explains the meaning behind some of his paintings in this audio slideshow.

Business, Faces & Places, Fremont, Government, Multimedia, Niles »

[7 Oct 2008 | Comments Off on Audio: Dinner and Debate at Fremont’s Essanay Café | ]

Radio and print stories by Linsay Rousseau Burnett
Listen to the radio story
[audio:http://rosebud.journalism.berkeley.edu/~j200/510report/dinnerdebate.larb.101508.mp3]
In the heart of Fremont’s historic Niles District, the Essanay Café is a go-to place for fine dining and good wine. But on the first Tuesday of each month, the café swaps out its china with paper plates, for what owner Bruce Cates has themed, the “Recession Dinner.”