Oakland city attorney says the chemical giant “chose profits over people, and American cities and citizens are still suffering the consequences.”
Out of Control Rents? Thank Airbnb.
The company facilitates landlord conversion of entire rental buildings to de facto hotels.
A new interactive map brings the reality of sea-level rise home.
New report from Seattle-based Alliance for a Just Society says federal minimum wage should actually be $16.87 to match the high cost of living nationwide.
West Coast Climate & Materials Management Forum.
An interview with Boots Riley about his music, activism, and new book Tell Homeland Security—We Are the Bomb.
‘Krazy’ Left Coast Origin of The Wave
On October 15, 1981, Krazy George Henderson introduced the world to The Wave.
In cities like Oakland and Seattle, where the minimum wage is on the rise, restaurants are raising prices and rethinking tips as a way to level the playing field for workers.
Teaching Old Buildings New Tricks
Cutting Edge: Tool Libraries
Up and down the Left Coast, cities and communities are creating lending libraries—for kitchen tools, construction, landscaping, and more.