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1-21-20 Is the dream still alive?

The ideals and philosophy of Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. are as relevant today as when he fought inequality and injustice in the 1950s and 1960s. Arguably, his most publicized speech at the Lincoln Memorial August 28, 1963, elevated the phrase, “I have a dream…”...

1-14-20 Adding sound

Tri-City Voice is adding another component to its coverage of the cities and communities of the southeast bay area. Readers of Tri-City Voice will now be able to listen to selected and unique content in a brief podcast format. Our podcast will debut with this issue of...

12-31-19 Reflections

ReflectionsAs a New Year arrives, Tri-City Voice is celebrating our 18th year of publishing our newspaper; beginning with What’s Happening Magazine in 1998, followed by Tri-City Voice in 2002. In those days, the news media, especially print, was facing huge challenges...

12-24-19 Santa Claus will come to town

Each year, I step aside to let perennial eight-year-old, Virginia O'Hanlon, pose a question that has reverberated for over a century. She wrote a letter to the editor of New York's SUN in 1897 and the response, printed as an unsigned editorial Sept. 21, 1897, the work...

12-17-19 Mixed Use… a mixed message

With almost every good intention, there are a bevy of unintended, but associated consequences. Plans for the future are riddled with contradictions and unknown factors that are often clear in hindsight, but unremarkable at the moment. A crisis of the present has a...

12-10-19 Reality

In the past few years, a lot of talk has been circulating about the proliferation of “fake” news and photographs. This is the result of technological advances that provide the means to alter and deliver representations of “alternate realities.” Manipulation of...