An Oakland police officer guards the area in front of the artist collective warehouse known as the Ghost Ship in the aftermath of a deadly fire in December.
An Oakland police officer guards the area in front of the artist collective warehouse known as the Ghost Ship in the aftermath of a deadly fire in December. Ben Margot The Associated Press file
An Oakland police officer guards the area in front of the artist collective warehouse known as the Ghost Ship in the aftermath of a deadly fire in December. Ben Margot The Associated Press file
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March 15, 2017 2:22 PM

Ghost Ship fire victim’s father calls for more affordable spaces for California artists

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