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One year after Ghost Ship, artists who lived at Bay Area's 'Burnt Ramen' want their home back

Former residents of "Burnt Ramen," a punk performance venue and makeshift living space in Richmond, say they're continuing the fight to regain access to their home. It's been almost a year since Richmond code enforcement officials red-tagged the building, a measure taken in response to the devastating Ghost Ship fire that killed 36 people.
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