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Sundown for an Era on San Francisco Bay

In the face of climate change and sea-level rise, regulators are rethinking long-held attitudes toward bay fill.
August 2, 2019

Unmasking the Legend of Lake Merritt’s Extinct Albino Raccoons

When the death of the last living specimen was reported, its passing became a cause celebre on social media.
July 13, 2019

Homeless Live at Union Point Park

While once true it was a favorite family destination, now it is a homeless encampment.
July 11, 2019

Old BART Cars to Find New Home

They’ll be housed at the Western Railway Museum, a gem of a museum where they will continue to be rideable.
July 10, 2019

New Trends in Home and Design

Updating a home, from swapping out old furniture with new to redoing dinged-up floors that have been scuffed up from earlier projects, does a lot to boost a homeowner’s mood.
July 9, 2019

Diana Becton Shakes Up the DA’s Office

As the first woman and first African American elected as Contra Costa’s district attorney, she’s wasting no time with programs to bring justice for all.
July 8, 2019

Ersie Joyner Fights for Rome

Oakland's most decorated police officer is retiring this August, leaving a legacy of substantially reduced gun violence.
July 3, 2019

Popular Music Teacher Helena Jack Gives Up Full-Time Teaching

The beloved and respected band teacher and creator of the award-winning Oakland Eastside All-Star Ensemble reflects on her teaching career.
July 1, 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

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