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Jim Franz Is a Favorite

Readers were glad to read about the retired Jim Franz.
June 20, 2019

Find Out More About Mendocino

“Cliffside Views and Crashing Waves” in the May issue was good but would have been better by including the Kelley House Museum and their historic walking tours of Mendocino.
June 20, 2019

Journey Through Jingletown

Industry, activism, and art meet here, at the shores of the bay.
June 20, 2019

Thursday's Briefing: Oakland city auditor knocks OPD's overtime spending; Ghost Ship defendant says back stairs were not blocked

June 20, 2019

Love Songs by Kitka Honor the Solstice

Kitka, the nine-piece Oakland women’s choir originally devoted to Balkan choral music, celebrated 40 years in March and manages to keep its repertoire fresh.
June 19, 2019

Ticks, Golden State, and Musical Artistry

Kris Newby spins a conspiratorial tale about Lyme disease in Bitten; Marcus Thompson II goes deep on Kevin Durant in KD; and Barbara Higbie presents music for healing and renewal.
June 19, 2019

Wednesday's Briefing: Google pledges $1 billion for Bay Area housing; Newsom apologizes for 'genocide' of Native Americans in California

June 19, 2019

East Bay Animal Encounters

We take a look at the wild critters that live out there and where to catch a glimpse of these outdoor but often hidden superstars.
June 18, 2019

Mano con Ojo Modernizes Mexican Folk Art

Christina Cordova is the artist behind a local lino blockprint line of cards, prints, T-shirts and more that honor her Chicano-American upbringing.
June 18, 2019

Roam Puts Milkshakes on a Pedestal

The sustainable American fair restaurant uses prime ingredients to elevate the humble milkshake.
June 18, 2019