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The Pioneer

True, Raw Music

May 24, 2010


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By Ashley Matuszak Staff Writer Popular culture has defined for us what we may consider to be “good” music.  What the music industry fails to acknowledge is that music is an art form and should know no boundaries. Shores of Acheron, an East Bay hardcore band, has risen in popularity in the local ...

Witch Trials Revoke in “The Crucible”

May 24, 2010


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By Brianna Headsten A&E Editor Arthur Miller’s infamous play about the Salem Witch Trials, “The Crucible,” is now being performed at Fremont’s Broadway West Theatre Company. Occupying the second floor of a brick building in the Irvington District of Fremont, the Broadway West Theatre Co...

Oakland Bar Handcrafts Drinks and Orginal Artwork

May 24, 2010


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By Londre Holmes Staff Writer   As a student at Cal State East Bay, it can be easy to default to crossing the bridge to San Francisco when searching for a pulse in the night life. However, a new bar in Oakland has started to change that notion, one bridge toll at a time. Era Art Bar and Lounge...

Tattoo Removal Brings Clean Start

May 21, 2010


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By Kim McCaul Staff Writter For Bay Area residents who have managed to pull themselves from the reins of gang life, their tattoos may be one of the only things left haunting them. With the Hayward New Start Tattoo Removal Project through St. Rose Hospital, people are getting a second chance at a ...

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