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Green Businesses Flock to Alameda Point

A pioneering Alameda Point company helped smooth the way for clean-tech entrepreneurs to set up shop at the former naval base.

Alameda Theatre and Cinema Grill Team Up for Food and Dink at the Movies

Now you can drink a beer, a glass of wine, or a cocktail and eat more than popcorn or candy when you see a movie at the Alameda Theatre.

Fantastic Negrito Earns the Limelight

An Oakland musician’s star is rising as he bests the competition to win NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert Contest.

VF Outdoor Builds the Greenest Office Complex

The VF Outdoor Campus is the greenest office building in Alameda, the Bay Area—and maybe even the whole United States.

Why Alameda Has So Few Homeless Residents

Social service servants take a proactive stance to keep roofs over residents’ heads.
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Life & Style

Istanbul, Capital of Turkish Delights

Regions and cultures collide in this city, one of the world’s oldest centers of civilization.

Contemporary Ways to Show off Family Photographs

Practical solutions for displaying photos of your family range from silhouettes and large-scale prints to common frames and collages.

Webster Street Shops and Attractions

The West End delights the young, and the young at heart, with imaginative ice cream, comic books, and one of the East Bay’s best parks.

The Slow Flower Movement

Flowerchild Flowers touts the local footprint of its bouquets.
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Food & Drink

Guide to East Bay Bakeries

A baker’s dozen of purveyors of sweet and savory treats.

Go to Galeto Brazilian Grill for Meat

Meat, meat, and more meat drives Oakland’s Galeto Brazilian Grill.

Saul’s Does Chicken Soup Right

Saul’s chicken soup with matzo balls may be just what the doctor ordered.

Kin Ferate’s Kid Curry

The eclectic, friendly watering hole masquerades as a no-frills dive, and this month’s cocktail is a sweet sophisticate named after the outlaw.

Homestyle Cuisine Stars at Communite? Table

It’s a take-out, dine-in place with seasonal soups, salads, and hearty full-meal offerings.
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Arts & Culture

Masterpieces from Botticelli to Braque at de Young

Four centuries of Great Western art at the de Young through May 31.

Alameda Theatre and Cinema Grill Team Up for Food and Dink at the Movies

Now you can drink a beer, a glass of wine, or a cocktail and eat more than popcorn or candy when you see a movie at the Alameda Theatre.

Fantastic Negrito Earns the Limelight

An Oakland musician’s star is rising as he bests the competition to win NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert Contest.

Toro Y Moi’s What For? Is More Alt, Less Chill

He’s thriving in Berkeley and vows to stay down to earth.

Erika Mailman Writes a Young Adult Thriller as Lynn Carthage

Erika Mailman as Lynn Carthage pens a thriller for young adults.
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From Our Other Publications

Saturday Mornings Are Busy at the Jack London Aquatic Center

The Jack London Aquatic Center is anything but quiet on a predawn Saturday morning.

Sears Building May House Tech Workers

Industry spillover from San Francisco and elsewhere is spreading into Oakland’s Downtown and Uptown neighborhoods.

Naan Sequitur

Tigerlily's enchanting Indian-fueled fusion brings a secret-circus feel to Berkeley's Gourmet Ghetto

Modern-Day Johnny Appleseed

Oaklander Chris Burley plants wildflowers for the bees.

Art Murmur 2.0

The Oakland art scene grows—and grows up.
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