.Charlie Guese

Jun 24, 2014

New Opposition Emerges Against Smartphone Kill Switches

As smartphone kill switch legislation moves toward passage in Sacramento, new opposition is emerging against the bill — and it’s not from cellphone manufacturers...
Jun 11, 2014

Controversial Temescal Obelisk Put on Hold

The controversial Temescal obelisk that the Temescal Telegraph Business Improvement District (TTBID) and a local property owner were planning to install later this month...
Jun 10, 2014

Temescal Residents Protest Neighborhood Obelisk Installation

Neighborhood associations and public arts projects can both be particularly charged with emotion, so when the two become involved with one another, it creates...
Jun 4, 2014

Updated: Despite Receiving a $50 Million Donation, Children’s Hospital Oakland Is Still Refusing to...

If you happen to run into any medical residents anytime soon, they may look a little fatigued and broke, especially if they...
Jun 3, 2014

Water Emergency Transportation Authority Awarded $3 Million Grant to Construct Facility in Alameda

As traditional Bay Area transportation faces increasing problems with congestion, capacity constraints, and occasional service disruptions on public transit, more commuters have set their eyes on ferry...