Count music, arts, history, and delicious food among the offerings within a few short blocks on Alameda’s West End.
These traditional Turkish bath towels are way better than terrycloth.
The storeowners want to build community in the neighborhood near their boutique.
Browse for books and Beast Mode apparel, see murals and historic sites, and eat your heart out.
Sneakerheads, hula dancers, doulas, and more unite on Lincoln Avenue.
Some modern tile brings a California ranch-style home into the 21st century.
Plus, Sanchez Contemporary hosts an exhibition of women artists, and Spoiled Boutique has a new home.
Here’s how some of the area’s hippest home decor purveyors pinpoint local cool — and share what’s hot in home goods.
Simple, beautiful, and functional ceramics and dishware land on East Bay tables and in kitchens.
East Bay woodworkers JP Frary and SapphirePine are among local furniture makers creating functional and beautiful furnishings from wood that would otherwise be castoffs.