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The shores of Cuba

The shores of Cuba

Hannah Childress,
Contributor

September 21, 2017


Filed under Photos

Gaining access to information on water activities in Cuba proved harder than expected. Some local Cubans claimed that access to water for recreational or commercial purposes is strictly prohibited or limited. As one local street artist who goes by Martí said, “It is learning to see the lies… to ...

Cuba’s coastline is no man’s land

Cuba’s coastline is no man’s land

Hannah Childress,
Contributor

August 29, 2017


Filed under Essays

Gaining access to information on water activities in Cuba proved harder than expected. Some local Cubans claimed that access to water for recreational or commercial purposes is strictly prohibited or limited. As one local street artist who goes by Martí said, “It is learning to see the lies… to ...

Castro Valley park celebrates 50 years

Castro Valley park celebrates 50 years

Louis LaVenture,
Editor-in-Chief

June 9, 2016


Filed under Features, Metro, Showcase

If you grew up in the East Bay, chances are you’ve been to Lake Chabot Regional Park in Castro Valley, whether it was for a birthday party, a fishing excursion, a boat ride or just a walk on the trail. On Saturday the park celebrated its fiftieth year in existence, highlighted by fishing derbies,...

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