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CSUEB talent fills the house at Showtime at the Apollo event

CSUEB talent fills the house at Showtime at the Apollo event

Louis LaVenture,
Sports & Campus Editor

February 5, 2015


Filed under Campus, Showcase

Local talent was on full display Tuesday night at the California State University, East Bay Theater as part of the 2015 homecoming week festivities. The Associated Students, Inc. of CSUEB collaborated with MKTG KINGS, “a creative agency that specializes in branding,” to put on their version of...

Hayward company to produce “Three Sisters”

Hayward company to produce “Three Sisters”

Sam Benavidez,
Arts & Life Editor

February 5, 2015


Filed under Arts & Life, Showcase

The Douglas Morrison Theater in Hayward is holding daily rehearsals, sometimes up to 12 hours on weekends, leading up to Feb. 13th’s opening night of their production of “Three Sisters.” The company’s production of the Anton Chekhov-written play from 1901 takes on a more modern and relatable approach. “Three Sisters,...

Want some gaming with your coffee?

Want some gaming with your coffee?

Shannon Stroud,
Metro Editor

February 5, 2015


Filed under Metro, Showcase

Settled in between an acupuncture office and a nail salon, on B Street between Main Street and Foothill Boulevard, Downtown Hayward’s Kin Cafe will transform from a coffee shop into a computer game room. Originally, Kin was a retail store for variety gifts and wedding accessories, but over the la...

Two massage businesses close

Ruoxi Bi,
Contributor

January 29, 2015


Filed under Metro

Hayward City Council unanimously passed a new ordinance to regulate massage therapy businesses on Jan. 16 to further bar sex activities at massage parlors. Assembly Bill 1147, authorized the “city, county, or city and county to adopt or enforce local ordinances that govern zoning, business licensing or ...

CSUEB students create historical exhibit

CSUEB students create historical exhibit

Shannon Stroud,
Metro Editor

January 29, 2015


Filed under Metro, Showcase

An exhibit depicting the influence of war in the East Bay is on display at the Hayward Area Historical Society through Feb. 1, following a 10-week collaboration between California State University, East Bay students and the museum. The exhibit, “Brought to You By… The Homefront Since World War II an...

Hayward school celebrates MLK Jr.

Shannon Stroud,
Metro Editor

January 15, 2015


Filed under Metro

Monday, Jan. 19 at 4:30 pm, Chabot College will hold a Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration in the Buffington Visual and Performing Arts Center. The City of Hayward has held a celebration for Martin Luther King’s birthday since 1986. With the support of the community, schools, and local government ...

Hayward garbage rates increase

Hayward garbage rates increase

Louis LaVenture,
Sports Editor

January 8, 2015


Filed under Metro, Showcase

The city of Hayward garbage rates will increase as much as 10 percent by March 1. The previous seven-year agreement between the city and Waste Management expired on May 31, 2014. The first rate increase on March 1 cannot exceed 10 percent of the total rate from the previous agreement. Residents...

New Years Eve in the Bay Area    

New Years Eve in the Bay Area      

Bryan Cordova, Metro & Spanish Editor

December 31, 2014


Filed under Blog

It's New Year Eve, and the final day of 2014 deserves to go out with a BANG! For those of you, like myself, whom wait till the last minute to make plans, here are some activities around the East Bay to help you end the year right. Balloon Drop-Oakland Chabot Space and Science Center invites childr...

Sulphur Creek gives back to local wildlife

Sulphur Creek gives back to local wildlife

Kris Stewart,
Online & Video Editor

December 11, 2014


Filed under Metro

Sulphur Creek Nature Center specializes in wildlife education and rehabilitation that serves the Hayward, Castro Valley and San Lorenzo area. Sulphur Creek has been in business for 30 years and is home to over 100 individual animals that represent over 40 different species. Most of the animals at ...

New project proposed for empty Mervyn’s site

New project proposed for empty Mervyn’s site

Yesenia Martinez,
Politics Editor

December 4, 2014


Filed under Metro, Showcase

Hayward’s city council is considering yet another plan to develop the empty 11-acre lot on Foothill Boulevard where Mervyn’s headquarters once stood. A preliminary review of the proposed project was presented last night to the city council to build new residential and commercial space at the site....

Trash Takers protect Hayward’s shoreline

Trash Takers protect Hayward’s shoreline

Jesse Prado,
Contributor

November 29, 2014


Filed under Metro

This Saturday, The Shoreline Trash Takers are getting their gloves and garbage bags ready to collect trash that has accumulated along the Hayward shoreline and Breakwater Ave. The Shoreline Trash Takers Program was founded in 2010 by former naturalist of the Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center, Patr...

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