East Bay Express

5:32pm

Tue January 13, 2015
Politics

WEB EXTRA: Bob Gammon on journalist safety

East Bay Express

East Bay Express Editor Robert Gammon stopped by KALW's studios last week, and shared his thoughts about bias in the media, and controversy in Oakland's City Council.  

In this web exclusive segment, Gammon shares his thoughts about the threats journalists face in the Bay Area and elsewhere in the world. 

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5:30pm

Tue January 13, 2015
Politics

WEB EXTRA: Bob Gammon on Oakland politics

East Bay Express' cover story about Lynette Gibson McElhaney

East Bay Express Editor Robert Gammon recently wrote an article about the question of bias in media. The Express doesn’t shy away from controversy, recently publishing an investigation of ethical and legal violations by new Oakland City Council board president Lynnette Gibson McElhaney. 

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5:30pm

Tue January 13, 2015
Arts & Culture

The State of the Media: Interview with East Bay Express Editor Robert Gammon

East Bay Express Editor Robert Gammon recently wrote an article about the question of bias in media. I invited Gammon to our studios to share his thoughts on this recent report, as part of our ongoing series, “State of the Media.”

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11:23am

Thu May 8, 2014

East Bay Express: Slow type

From our partners at the East Bay Express
Source: Eastbayexpress · Via: Brian Awehali
Two women - one young, the other elderly and pushing an upright shopping cart - paused to look in the window of the California Typewriter Company on San Pablo Avenue. "Typewriters," said the older woman, meaningfully. "Old," said the younger one, before glancing down at her smartphone. It's true; typewriters are old.

2:21pm

Wed April 30, 2014

East Bay Express: Back in the closet

From our partners at the East Bay Express.
Source: Eastbayexpress · Via: David Downs
The pain started for Randy Barrett when he was thirteen years old. He was whipping a three-wheeled motorcycle around the hills of Martinez. Back then, riding ATVs was "just part of life," he said. "This was the Seventies and Eighties. We had dirt bikes; we had three-wheelers - the ones with a big old front rubber tire.

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