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Hayward Farmers Market Connects Farmers to Consumers

Richard Duboc
October 28, 2010
Filed under Metro

Every Saturday Hayward’s B Street is turned into a thriving marketplace. Farmers, bakers, chefs and florists from the greater Northern California area line the street, providing locals with a cornucopia of fresh products and delicacies. The market is organized by the Agricultural Institute of M...

Mehserle Protestors Converge on Downtown Oakland

Richard Duboc
October 28, 2010
Filed under Metro

“Jail killer cops,” “We are Oscar Grant,” read some of the many signs which were visible among the chants and slogans of the myriad of protestors who were present at Oakland’s Frank Ogawa Plaza on Saturday. The event, which was organized by the International Longshore and Warehouse Unio...

Halloween Hot Spots

Maya Agnew
October 28, 2010
Filed under Features, Metro

“When witches go riding, and black cats are seen, the moon laughs and whispers, ‘tis near Halloween.” It’s that time of year to pick out the costumes and party it up. Halloween is here, and being in the Bay Area makes it even better. With Halloween club parties throughout the Bay Area scene,...

Recipes: Peanut Butter and Chocolate Cookies

Ashley Matuszak
October 28, 2010
Filed under Features, Metro

Good peanut butter cookies are hard to come by in stores. Because of the high oil content, peanut butter cookies have a shorter shelf life than most cookies, causing them to go stale or bitter tasting quickly. The good news is they couldn’t be easier to make. Requiring no leavening whatsoever, and...

Going Deutsch at Suppenküche

Felicitas Hackmann
October 28, 2010
Filed under Features, Layout, Metro

After enjoying the California sun and American culture for over six weeks now, I suddenly started to miss Germany, my home country, a little bit. A German friend from San Francisco tried to give me as much “home” as he could, by taking me to “Suppenküche,” a German restaurant on Laguna Street in the city. ...

Apple Sales Up, Stocks Down

Richard Duboc
October 22, 2010
Filed under Metro

iPad failed to garner investors even though total sales increased by 70 percent Great expectations can sometimes lead to disappointing results. Such can be said for Cupertino based Apple Inc., which, after reporting a 70 percent increase in sales for the last fiscal quarter on Monday, saw a 6.5 percent drop in share prices. W...

CSUEB Students Oppose Governmental Internet Regulation

Dana Jones
October 22, 2010
Filed under Metro

Internet regulation by the government is opposed by 57 percent of voters in the United States, according to a new poll, many students at California State East Bay agree. “The Internet is essentially a ‘free market’ in the sense that we do not have too many limitations on what we can search for...

Homeless Population In Alameda County Declines

Homeless Population In Alameda County Declines

Catie Pulido
October 22, 2010
Filed under Layout, Metro

The number of homeless people in Alameda County has dropped by 10 percent since 2007 because of new programs and stimulus funding from the federal government, according to Hayward’s social service planning manager, Anne Culver. “The most effective way to end homelessness is to prevent it i...

Hayward’s Big John

Maya Agnew
October 14, 2010
Filed under Features, Metro

On my quest to discover new things about Hayward, I asked myself what the best way to find out about this city may be. Having been born and raised in San Jose, Hayward seemed like just another city that I pass through to get to the more metropolitan San Francisco. I knew the only way to find out more...

Fried Zucchini

Ashley Matsuzak
October 14, 2010
Filed under Features, Metro

Fall vegetables can be bland and boring, but nothing spikes the flavor (and cholesterol) of a dish quite like frying it. This recipe for fried zucchini is a cinch to make, and the pieces come out extra crispy because of Panko bread crumbs. Panko bread crumbs are Japanese style bread flakes, similar...

Obama Upset Over Ahmadeinjad Comments

Richard Duboc
October 7, 2010
Filed under Metro

Upon taking office, President Barack Obama made headlines by stating that he would actively try to rebuild relations with Iran and its wayward president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. However, Ahmadinejad’s continual outspoken criticism of the United States, coupled with Iran’s burgeoning nuclear program,...

Health Disparties in The Bay Due To Environment

Richard Duboc
October 7, 2010
Filed under Metro

Recent studies have shown that people are living longer and are healthier in certain Bay Area neighborhoods than in others. In data released by the Healthy Communities Institute, residents of the Russian Hill area in San Francisco live on average 14 years longer than those who live in Bayview- Hunters P...

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