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Époque Évolution Starts 2020 In Style

Designed to be worn for decades, the Époque Évolution brand offers clothes for life that look terrific over time.
January 15, 2020

Can Straw Bale Buildings Help the Planet?

The materials may be cheaper, more sustainable, and better for the environment, but for now, but until stigma subsides and natural building scales up, this ancient building method is mired in the mud.
January 15, 2020

Gillian Olivia Blythe Hamel Thinks of Poetry as Nourishment

The Oakland poet, editor, and publisher views publishing poetry as a community service.
January 14, 2020

D&D Is Back With a Vengeance

Dungeons & Dragons is suddenly popular again, and the theories abound about why.
January 14, 2020

Berkeley's New Age Meats Completes Funding Round

New Age uses animal cells to create slaughter-free "cultivated meat."
January 14, 2020

Oakland's Purity Organic Acquires Two Iced-Tea Brands

Sweet Leaf and Tradewinds were both formerly owned by Nestlé.
January 14, 2020

Tuesday's Briefing: Sheriff evicts Moms 4 Housing members, arrests made; A constitutional amendment to end homelessness?

January 14, 2020

Monday's Briefing: 'We're not leaving,' homeless moms said after court ruling; Newsom wants to expand state parks system

January 13, 2020

Remember Fellini at 100

A BAMPFA retrospective, Federico Fellini at 100, begins with the artist's solo directorial debut and runs through May and includes the Italian writer-director’s early movies.
January 13, 2020

Praise for Meng Jin’s Debut Novel

The books lays the foundation for a sweeping investigation of history, politics, class, physics, time, memory, dreams, ghosts, and parent-child relationships.
January 13, 2020