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Thursday's Briefing: PG&E spending big-time on lawyers before paying wildfire victims; A’s season abruptly ends

October 3, 2019

Wednesday's Briefing: Oakland sues to block Alameda County's sale of Coliseum to the A's

October 2, 2019

Dohee Lee Brings an Art Installation to Peralta Hacienda Park

Korean-born Dohee Lee, the highly trained dancer and musician steeped in Korean Shamanism, oversees the music, dance, storytelling, food, movement, art, and local performance ensembles in the park.
October 2, 2019

The East Bay Permanent Real Estate Cooperative’s New Way to Build Housing Equity

The co-op seeks to provide people of color with affordable housing and a stake in the American Dream. It’s a model that others are watching.
October 2, 2019

Reassessing the Housing Authority

Recent tenant complaints about treatment by the Alameda Housing Authority has prompted calls for great civic oversight.
October 2, 2019

Nosh Box: The Rodney Dangerfield of Asian Food

October presents an ideal time to focus attention on an Asian cuisine that really doesn’t get the respect it deserves. With 1.5 million Filipino-Americans throughout California, the East Bay is well populated, driving the increasing popularity of this cuisine.
October 1, 2019

Brower Center Hosts Joel Satore’s ‘Photo Ark’

The National Geographic photographer is documenting every species of animal living in the world’s zoos and animal sanctuaries. The Brower center is honoring him for his work with a multi-month exhibition, Art/Act: Award – Photo Ark, Joel Sartore.
October 1, 2019

Drunken Film Festival Brings Film to Odd Places

The Drunken crew shows films in casual and colorful climes — bars, mostly, and other unusual venues.
October 1, 2019

Blue Shield Is Picture-Perfect at StreetFest

October 1, 2019

Tuesday's Briefing: Nancy Skinner’s bill allowing college athletes to be paid becomes law; Alleged spy for China was living in Hayward

October 1, 2019