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Thursday’s Briefing: PG&E Says Wildfire Safety Plan Could Cost $150B; BART Patrons Sell Parking Passes for Big Cash

January 24, 2019

Open Shelving Rises in Popularity

If you’re ready to show off your prized Fiestaware, get rid of the stuff you never use, and don’t mind dusting, open shelving could be right for you.
January 24, 2019

Jennifer Lee and the Ever-Expanding Universe Capture Many Musial Idioms

After a decade on the professional down-low, Lee has made a triumphant return with ‘My Shining Hour,’ an album that reintroduced her as an artist transformed.
January 24, 2019

Wednesday’s Briefing: Oakland May Expand Rent Control; Newsom Announces Youth Incarceration Reform

January 23, 2019

CREAM Capitalizes on a Worldwide Love for Cookies and Ice Cream

All you need to know about CREAM is that it stands for Cookies Rule Everything Around Me.
January 23, 2019

Huntington Beach Has Been Reborn

The quintessential and chill OC beach town is all grown up.
January 23, 2019

Tuesday’s Briefing: Oakland Teachers to Take Strike Vote Next Week; BART’s Approval Ratings Hit Record Low

January 22, 2019

Local Businesses Build Community in the Laurel

The Laurel district is a vibrant, ever-changing neighborhood that hosts a bustling array of small, locally owned shops and restaurants, many with a community-focused bent.
January 22, 2019

Rock Poster Maven Ron Schaeffer Preserves an Art Form

An Alamedan with a lifelong passion for rock posters and rock ’n’ roll serves as treasurer of The Rock Poster Society and promotes posters as art while assisting the artists who make them.
January 22, 2019

Numi Now Makes Lattes and Shots

The Oakland-based tea company is expanding beyond the tea aisle.
January 21, 2019