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TribLIVE
Moms get to ‘tell it like it is’ at showwhen you listen to local moms who will be sharing their stories of motherhood M
Moms get to ‘tell it like it is’ at show
TribLIVE / Posted 2 days ago
when you listen to local moms who will be sharing their stories of motherhood May 6 at Carnegie Library Lecture Hall in Oakland. It's the second year for the Pittsburgh-installment of “Listen to Your Mother,” which sold out its inaugural show.... Read more
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Raw Story
‘Peeping-Tom detective’ used iPhone seized as evidence to spy on breastfeeding mom: lawsuitfeeding her child, reported the Detroit Free Press. Emmi used the iPhone to ac
‘Peeping-Tom detective’ used iPhone seized as evidence to spy on breastfeeding mom: lawsuit
Raw Story / Posted 4 days ago
feeding her child, reported the Detroit Free Press. Emmi used the iPhone to access a Nest Cam baby monitor in the child’s nursery, according to the lawsuit. “It’s really creepy,” said Kevin Ernst, who is representing the woman. “Just the idea... Read more
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MLive.com
Cop accused of using baby monitor to spy on breast-feeding momphone and a baby-monitoring camera. Pearce says Emmi, along with other police
Cop accused of using baby monitor to spy on breast-feeding mom
MLive.com / Posted 5 days ago
phone and a baby-monitoring camera. Pearce says Emmi, along with other police from Hazel Park, New Baltimore and the Oakland County Sheriff's Office, searched her home March 2 related to a narcotics investigation focused on her fiance, Cody... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Suit: Cop spied on nude, breast-feeding mom with iPhonea Hazel Park police officer is accused of spying on a nude woman who was breast
Suit: Cop spied on nude, breast-feeding mom with iPhone
Detroit Free Press / Posted 5 days ago
a Hazel Park police officer is accused of spying on a nude woman who was breast-feeding her infant son in the child's nursery. But the officer was nowhere near the house when this happened, court records show. According to the lawsuit filed... Read more
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The Mercury News
Salinas students get computer science degrees in three years thanks to orchid grower who wants to bring diversity to Silicon Valley companies"But it turned out it was not the complete pipe dream as some people said." Wh
Salinas students get computer science degrees in three years thanks to orchid grower who wants to bring diversity to Silicon Valley companies
The Mercury News / Posted 6 days ago
"But it turned out it was not the complete pipe dream as some people said." What Matsui, an orchid grower who founded a nursery chain bearing his name, believed in has come true. In late May, 22 students from farmworker and working-class... Read more
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Raw Story
I love California deeply — and here’s why I’m one of the thousands who had to leaveyoga teacher living with a documentary filmmaker. My partner and I shared a tin
I love California deeply — and here’s why I’m one of the thousands who had to leave
Raw Story / Posted 7 days ago
yoga teacher living with a documentary filmmaker. My partner and I shared a tiny cave of a one-bedroom on a busy street in Oakland, Calif. Oakland sits about 10 miles across the Bay Bridge from San Francisco, the most expensive city in the U.S.... Read more
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Broward-Palm Beach New Times
Sons & Daughters: Palm Beach County's First Organic Winery Opens in Lake Worthginger. Before it became Palm Beach County's first winery, for many years the
Sons & Daughters: Palm Beach County's First Organic Winery Opens in Lake Worth
Broward-Palm Beach New Times / Posted 7 days ago
ginger. Before it became Palm Beach County's first winery, for many years the 17-acre plot of land was used as commercial nursery, says Bick. When Hurricane Katrina devastated the land in 2005, the nursery closed. Rather than lease the property to... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
She hasn’t smoked pot, but California’s weed czar ready to rollZyszkiewicz had plenty of questions for California’s first state weed czar when
She hasn’t smoked pot, but California’s weed czar ready to roll
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 9 days ago
Zyszkiewicz had plenty of questions for California’s first state weed czar when she came to speak to the industry in Oakland. He also had some advice. “If you work there,” Zyszkiewicz told Lori Ajax, the chief of the fledgling Bureau of... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Taqueria to join development boom in Sacramento’s Oak Park neighborhoodis in talks for a second location. Tom Schnetz, a Sacramento native who owns s
Taqueria to join development boom in Sacramento’s Oak Park neighborhood
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 10 days ago
is in talks for a second location. Tom Schnetz, a Sacramento native who owns several highly regarded bars and eateries in Oakland and Berkeley, hopes to have La Venadita –Spanish for “the little deer” – open in Oak Park’s booming Triangle District... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Discoveries: Oakland Museum rolls out major marijuana exhibitionspace. Nothing is punitive. You don’t have to recite, “Forgive me, Willie Nels
Discoveries: Oakland Museum rolls out major marijuana exhibition
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 12 days ago
space. Nothing is punitive. You don’t have to recite, “Forgive me, Willie Nelson, for I have spliffed … ” Not even a nosy Oakland Museum of California docent will cast an arched-browed glance your way. All you do is take a seat in the all-white... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Franklin Lakes Police accuse fired employee of confronting ex-employer with loaded gunemployer. Police responded to Old Mill Road around 1:30 p.m. for a dispute bet
Franklin Lakes Police accuse fired employee of confronting ex-employer with loaded gun
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 13 days ago
employer. Police responded to Old Mill Road around 1:30 p.m. for a dispute between Kelly Popek, the owner of Township Nursery in Ridgewood, and employee John Helmke, Detective Lt. John Bakelaar said in a statement. Helmke had just been... Read more
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The Mercury News
Bay Area rents still rising, just not as quickly as beforehas slowed to 4.7 percent, a sign that some tenants have said "enough" and are
Bay Area rents still rising, just not as quickly as before
The Mercury News / Posted 13 days ago
has slowed to 4.7 percent, a sign that some tenants have said "enough" and are moving to surrounding cities. Those include Oakland, where the average apartment now rents for $2,866, and the rate of increase was 7.2 percent -- though that was down... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Poll: Most Californians see serious water shortage despite rainslifestyles and behaviors,” said Mark DiCamillo, director of the Field Poll. Si
Poll: Most Californians see serious water shortage despite rains
The Record Searchlight / Posted 17 days ago
lifestyles and behaviors,” said Mark DiCamillo, director of the Field Poll. Since the drought began, Pete Veilleux of Oakland-based East Bay Wilds nursery has seen increased interest in native landscaping, using plants naturally adapted for... Read more
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The Mercury News
Drought poll: Most Californians see serious water shortage despite rainslifestyles and behaviors," says Mark DiCamillo, director of the Field Poll. Si
Drought poll: Most Californians see serious water shortage despite rains
The Mercury News / Posted 18 days ago
lifestyles and behaviors," says Mark DiCamillo, director of the Field Poll. Since the drought began, Pete Veilleux of Oakland-based East Bay Wilds nursery has seen increased interest in native landscaping, using plants naturally adapted for... Read more

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