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News & Politics

Meet the Guy Behind Those Fire Shots

Noah Berger travels the state chasing fires.
December 10, 2018

Can Natel Help Reverse Climate Change?

The founders of the Alameda hydroelectric power company think its turbines and hydro restoration technology are aligned for big results.
December 6, 2018

Will Alameda Consolidate Its Two High Schools?

A discussion about consolidating Alameda and Encinal high schools has revived old questions of inequity in the Island’s school system.
December 5, 2018

Should Oakland Schools Finally Try to Integrate?

OUSD, like the city itself, is highly segregated. But unlike Berkeley, Oakland has never attempted to desegregate its public schools.
December 4, 2018

Noah Berger Is the Fire Chaser

The longtime East Bay photojournalist has found his calling: photographing California’s massive wildfires.
November 20, 2018
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Food & Drink

Lila Owens Expands the Cupcakin’ Bake Shop Empire

Unusual flavors and lovely presentation distinguish these small, sweet wonders.
December 7, 2018

Nosh Box: Better to Give than to Receive

December 1, 2018

Old Damascus Makes Delectable Mandi

Popular throughout the Arabian Peninsula, Egypt, Turkey, and parts of India, mandi is proving popular here.
November 20, 2018

Meat Comes First at Belcampo

The Jack London Square restaurant and butcher shop is pricey, but the portions suit serious meat-loving eaters.
November 16, 2018
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Arts & Culture

Sculpturist Gina Telcocci Mimics Life Cycles in Her Art

The West Oakland artist resurrects materials from the natural world, turning them into intriguing new life forms.
December 10, 2018

SF Gay Men’s Chorus Gets Brassy and Sassy at The Freight

The over-the-top, irreverent choral group performs Home for the Holidays! for World’s AIDS day with hilarious twists on holiday standards.
December 7, 2018

East Bay Alternative Book and Zine Festival Celebrates Indie Media

For the ninth year running, local zinesters have a reason to party.
December 7, 2018

Charles Lloyd, The Marvels, and Lucinda Williams Play Zellerbach

The lineup represents a fearlessly creative collaboration that failed to resonate with jazz fans at the Monterey Jazz Festival.
December 6, 2018
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Life & Style

The 2018 Gift Guide

Twenty-four sure-to-please notions to make the holidays shine.
December 10, 2018

Good and Bad News About HPV

Cancers of the throat and back of the tongue linked to HPV and likely transmitted through oral sex are increasing, though still rare.
November 27, 2018

Exercise Is Good for the Elderly

You’re never too old to pick up a barbell: Common problems and solutions for seniors who want to exercise.
November 21, 2018

Gilman Street Is a Promising Arts Destination

From music, visual arts, and dance to shopping and eating and drinking, this West Berkeley artsy district has a lot going on.
November 19, 2018
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Home & Garden

A Quiet Space

How to soundproof your home.
November 29, 2018

What a Stellar Renovation Can Do

A major redo turns a languishing, forgotten Berkeley property into a desirable gem.
November 28, 2018

Sheryl Klein of Eluminations Lighting Design Illuminates Porches and More

Tips for lighting up outdoor home areas such as courtyards and front doors as winter approaches and darkness arrives early.
November 23, 2018

The New Trend in Staging: Bold Colors

A pop of color can help homes for sale stand out online.
October 25, 2018
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From Our Other Publications

East Bay High School Teacher Excels With ASL

Michele Lamons-Raiford believes that the exposure her students have to deaf culture in her classes is one of the lasting benefits.
December 6, 2018

Mahershala Ali Talks About Life After Oscar

The Oakland-born, Hayward-reared actor is back on screen, starring in a new comedy/drama and proving he’s no one-hit wonder.
December 5, 2018

Another Reason to Turn Off the Lights

A recent study suggests that artificial lighting makes it harder for birds — and perhaps humans — to fight off West Nile Virus.
December 3, 2018

The Crack in Oakland’s Jewel

The Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center on Lake Merritt has been empty for 13 years and is in such disrepair it can’t be used to house homeless people. Will renovations finally begin next year?
November 8, 2018
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