Victims of a fire that destroyed a converted warehouse in California this weekend, killing at least 33 people, included a woman working her way through culinary school, at least three musicians and a teacher. Oakland officials released the first list of victims late on Sunday, seven California adults in their 20s and 30s and a 17-year-old whose name was withheld. Among those identified were Donna Kellogg, 32, who was going to culinary school while working at a Berkeley coffee shop, the San Francisco Chronicle reported, citing family and friends.
By Peter Henderson OAKLAND, Calif. (Reuters) - The two-story warehouse engulfed by a deadly Oakland fire at a Friday night dance party was typical of the collective spaces artists and musicians say they have increasingly looked for to cope with rising rents. "You don't necessarily trust the landlords to do the work they are supposed to do because they will evict you." EVENTS 'TO HELP PAY RENT' People who had been inside the warehouse described the building as full of pianos and sculptures with rooms where artists lived and worked.
While Hideo Kojima and the rest of Kojima Productions are still a long way off from delivering their first video game as a new studio, thatâs not stopping them from giving hardcore fans what they want: stuff to buy. In addition to merchandise and high-end action figures, Kojima Productions will also release a 12-inch single featuring the music of Death Stranding â or, more specifically, its trailers â from Icelandic band Low Roar. Low Roarâs âIâll Keep Comingâ and âEasy Way Outâ will be released on vinyl, thanks to a collaboration between the band, Kojima Productions, PlayStation and Mondo.
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