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News & Politics

Tenacity Figures in Mayor Trish Spencer’s Win

Alameda Mayor Trish Spencer set her sights on winning—and did.

No End for Alameda’s Four-Day Work Week

A budget surplus and busier times won’t end Friday government office closures any time soon.

The Ruckus Over Alameda’s Shore Line Cycle Track

In a surprising twist, not everybody is happy about the Shore Line cycle track, pitting bike people against car people.

Tavares Taken to Task

Letters from our December Issue

Storms, Protests, and Development Updates

News of interest to Alamedans
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Life & Style

A Guide to 15 Inspired Workout Regimens

Dance, paddleboard, slackline, row, cycle, kickbox, and run your way to fitness.

Exploring the Tech Attractions of Silicon Valley

Museums, electronics, and Fortune 500 companies dot the Silicon Valley landscape.

Partnerships Between Decorators and Retailers Lead to Good Deals

Designer collections create professional looks at a fraction of the price.

Kyoto Is for Food Lovers

Savor tofu, kaiseki, yuba, and “flowing noodles” as the imperial capital intended.
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Food & Drink

The Growlers’ Arms Masters British Pub Cooking

Putting to rest stereotypes about bad British cooking.

Winter Chicories Add Earthy Bitterness to Dishes

Pair them with porchetta or add to salads with a little sweetness for a winter treat.

A Twist of the Lion’s Tale

Bar Three Fifty-five resurrects a vintage cocktail with bourbon.

Getting Down to Barbecue Basics

For go-to to-go ’cue, try Genny’s BBQ in East Oakland.

Shaking Up Lakeshore at Shakewell

The Iberian-Mediterranean trend lands lakeside.
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Arts & Culture

The Most Exciting Block in Oakland

A group of artists with a vision and a sense of community turn a strip of blight into a river of creativity.

Janet Delaney, Classical Concerts, Art Murmur, and more

See SoMa images at the de Young, sports in the East Bay, free concerts at Piedmont Piano Company, and art on First Fridays.

Bill Owens Photos at Mills, Sporting Highlights, Restaurant Week, and Sly and the Family Stone

Suburbanites and Socialites, Photography by Bill Owens, Jan. 21–March 15

Lobbing Jokes Across the Barroom

Comedy nights are flourishing across the East Bay.

Estuary Art Attack Shows off Alameda Art

Galleries and studios embrace second Fridays for the Estuary Art Attack.
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From Our Other Publications

The Politics of Blues

A Berkeley icon, vocalist Faye Carol, imparts her love of music to the youths she mentors.

South by South Berkeley

The spicy Cajun—and, in many cases, vegan—stews are easy to like at this gumbo hub.
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