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Category: Business

An Animator's Life: How Big Business Is Growing and Killing My Art Form

A young animator has seen her industry grow exponentionaly over the past few years. But is the greed destroying the integrity of the art?

The Wait - Jordan Retro 11's

Every kid has a Christmas list, but there is always that one thing that makes the list important; whether it is a Red Ryder BB gun that may "shoot your eye out," the Jordan Retro 11's is a must have item!

New America Media Launches “Soda Sucks 2″ Creative Contest for Youth

Round two of the Soda Sucks contest -- an opportunity to beat the advertisers that are ruining our health.

Same Jobs, Less Money. Why Wouldn’t San Jose Raise the Wage?

Having worked in both San Francisco, where minimum wage jobs pay $10.00 an hour, and in San Jose, where employers only have to pay $8.00 an hour, Anthony Mastracola shares his view on the impact the two dollar difference can make for youth and families.

"Everyone Should Be Eating" -- San Jose Hip Hop Community Comes Together to Build the Movement

Artists, producers, and other contributors to the San Jose hip hop scene gathered to discuss their future as a movement.

A San Jose Without Closed Youth Centers and Cutdown Libraries

A narrated photo essay on the San Jose libraries and community centers that are closed or have dramatically cut services due to budget cuts.

RIP Al Davis -- Tribute from a Lifelong Raider Fan

Many in the football community had mixed feelings regarding the iconic football coach and owner. Isabel Gonzales says he was, "like the mean Uncle you rarely speak to, but love dearly."

Going Off The Wrong Track:Caltrain Slowly Disappearing

Story/Video By Daniel I. Barreiro Bay Area's train service is operated by Caltrain, which is facing a deficit of $30.3 million, estimated for fiscal year 2012. This crisis could of been avoided, but in our oil-thirsty car culture, public transportation is just a second thought.

Malia Movement Company

March is International Women's Month, and De-Bug will be highlighting women leaders in the Bay Area as a month long series. The first installment features the Malia Movement Company — a collective of female artists, dancers, and creators committed to being "fabulous."

SJ Made – Pop-Up Market Highlights Local Entrepreneurs

T-shirt designers, jewelry-makers, and an assortment of other creative vendors created their own pop-up market in downtown San Jose – giving the community a chance to come together and shop local.
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