Noise Pop Music Festival brings powerful sounds to Bay Area

Last month marked the beginning of San Francisco’s indie music, arts and film festival Noise Pop, hosted by San Francisco’s multitude of concert venues like Great American Music Hall and Rickshaw Stop. In its 22nd year, Noise Pop boasts an array of emerging artists, while also showcasing critically-acclaimed bands. Thrown
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Post office sale is a surrender to corporate interests

The selling off of the U.S. Postal Service properties is the latest example of the movement to corporatize what’s left of the public sector. It comes in a long line of privatization efforts — from shrinking the public school system to expanding the prison system to contracting out the U.S. military.
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Postal service to sell another property in Berkeley

Another Berkeley property owned by the U.S. Postal Service is being sold just a few weeks after the news of the plan to move the service’s main post office on Allston Way surfaced. The plot of land owned by the Postal Service is approximately 2.2 acres on 8th and Harrison
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