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Mykee Ramen: after Ghost Ship, a new tragedy unfolds

The aftermath of a fire that killed 36 people during a party at Oakland’s Ghost Ship warehouse has some people worried a code-enforcement crackdown could force artists out of the Bay Area. Michael Malin, aka Mykee Ramen, who owns and runs Richmond’s Burnt Ramen live-work warehouse, spoke with Richmond Pulse about his fears as well as the role these art spaces play in the community. “It’s heartbreaking what has happened in the aftermath of that: the backlash against people just wanting to live their lives.” Read more at Richmond Pulse.


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This entry was posted on December 18, 2016 by in Richmond Pulse and tagged , , .

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