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Tuesday's Briefing: Critically-ill undocumented woman from Concord wins reprieve to stay in U.S. for treatment

December 10, 2019

Nonprofit Leaders Holding Things Together

Xouhoa Bowen, Christine Chilcott, Mimi Ho, John Lipp, Anne Marks, and Keith Wattley are making big differences in the nonprofit sector.
December 10, 2019

Tiny Letters and Tiny Packages Are In

Lea Redmond and her team at Leafcutter Designs mail thousands of tiny letters and packages around the world.
December 10, 2019

Is There a Bilingual Advantage to Ward off Dementia?

As the Alzheimer’s community heralds bilingual brains as mitigating dementia, some researchers suggest otherwise.
December 10, 2019

Kiran Ahluwalia Appears at The Freight

The two-time Juno Award-winner recently has absorbed a fascinating array of influences, from Portuguese fado and Celtic cadences to the sinewy Saharan blues of Mali’s Tinariwen.
December 9, 2019

Rudsdale Newcomer High School Is a New Kind of School

Rudsdale Newcomer offers community and connection for migrant teens.
December 9, 2019

Gift Ideas for Each of the 12 Days of Christmas

From cookbooks and chore coats to world-class art and smart ovens, here’s how to wow everyone on your shopping list.
December 9, 2019

Monday's Briefing: Former Coliseum JPA exec authorized a $25k check to Don Perata's son; Cal to play in the RedBox Bowl

December 9, 2019

For the Oakland Gay Men’s Chorus, Inclusion Means Everyone

The Oakland Gay Men’s Chorus is in the holiday spirit.
December 6, 2019

Jenn Heflin Captures Her Subjects’ Spark

The Alameda photographer is inspired by nature, art, history, and, particularly, people.
December 6, 2019