gentrification

The A’s Want a New Ballpark to Give Oakland More Than Peanuts

With #RootedInOakland, the Athletics are attempting the unthinkable: a Moneyball approach to both economic justice and ticket sales

‘Ghost Kitchens’ Are the Latest Face of Creeping, Deliberate Gentrification

These delivery-only spaces could theoretically help someone get their small restaurant business off the ground — but almost certainly at the expense of someone else

Marshawn Lynch Is Fighting for the Soul of Oakland, California

With his new Bay Area restaurant, Rob Ben’s, NFL running back Lynch is giving his hometown a chance to stay family, to stay Black — and to stay Oakland

What Hell Hath ‘Joker’ Wrought in the South Bronx?

Gentrification is already trending upward, but a major tourist attraction certainly doesn’t hurt, gush real estate developers

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