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East Palo Alto Edition: April 13, 2021

East Palo Alto Edition

Which Bay Area counties have opened vaccine eligibility to all adults — San Francisco Chronicle
“Most Bay Area residents who want a COVID vaccine won't have to wait too much longer. Eligibility will open toto everyone 16 and older on April 15, but more than half of California’s local health departments haveopened up vaccinations to people 16 or older ahead of the state’s Thursday “open season” target date to do so.

Facebook to host Menlo Park COVID-19 vaccination clinic — Palo Alto Online
“On Saturday, April 10, from 12:30 to 4 p.m., Facebook will host the first such clinic at Building 28 at its headquarters, located at164 Jefferson Drive in Menlo Park. No appointments are needed and registration opens at 11:30 a.m.”

East Palo Alto youth nonprofit meets fundraising goal to purchase site — Palo Alto Online
“After fundraising for just a few weeks, Youth United for Community Action (YUCA) was able to raise $1.2 million to purchase the nonprofit's site and secure its future in East Palo Alto.
The nonprofit faced a tight deadline — until the end of March — toget together the funds to buy the yellow house at 2135 Clarke Ave., where local youth of color have been immersed in community activism, leadership and social justice for 11 years.”

EPA Can Do
“ADUs are known by many names — including accessory dwelling units, second units, granny flats, and backyard homes located on the same property as your main house. They contain everything someone needs to live in: a kitchen, bathroom, and place to sleep. Do you need to accommodate a growing family, aging loved one, or want to have a rental for additional income? We’re here to help!”

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Ben joined KALW in 2004. As Executive News Editor and then News Director, he helped the news department win numerous regional and national awards for long- and short-form journalism. He also helped teach hundreds of audio producers, many of whom work with him at KALW, today.
Kevin Vance created a program of folk music for KALW, A Patchwork Quilt, in October 1991. He grew up in Berkeley during the 1960s and '70s and spent his years learning in public schools, community colleges, bookstores, libraries, and non-commercial radio stations, as well as from the people around him. When he's not on the radio, then he's selling books, taking care of his family, listening to music, entering stuff into a computer, or taking a class.