(JANE TYSKA)
Report rips police response to Occupy Oakland

A city-commissioned report into the first violent Occupy Oakland protest found that police made numerous mistakes that are indicative of major shortcomings within the department. 
 
The Beginning
Oct. 25, 2011: Clashes after pre-dawn raid on Occupy encampment

At least 1,000 people took to the streets to continue a protest that began two weeks ago and has now drawn national attention for its size and scope. 
The Aftermath
(Laura A. Oda/Staff)
Mayor Quan could be liable if Oakland misses Occupy deadlines

Mayor Jean Quan could literally pay the price, if Oakland again misses deadlines to complete police internal affairs investigations. Judge warns of fines if Internal Affairs investigations further delayed 
( Dorothy Darr/ECM Records )
Legendary Charles Lloyd: Monterey Jazz Festival's special star of 2014

Saxophonist Charles Lloyd's 'Forest Flower,' recorded in 1966 at the Monterey Jazz Festival, sold over 1 million copies and helped the great jazz musician reach audiences far beyond the typical jazz crowd. We talk to Lloyd, 76, about his life: playing the Fillmore, hanging out with the Beach Boys. Now he returns to the Monterey festival (Sept. 19-21) as its 'Showcase Artist,' leading a different band on each of its three days. The festival also will feature two screenings of a new documentary about Lloyd, 'Arrows Into Infinity.'