Concrete Activists 

As the courthouse camp crumbles, Occupy protesters seek more fertile ground

On a misty Tuesday evening, as the setting sun shot liquid silver through an overcast sky, a couple dozen progressive activists came together at Sunny Brae's favorite (and practically only) gathering spot, the Coffee Break. The activists, a casually dressed bunch that…

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