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Friday’s Briefing: Keimach Admits to Illegally Taping Alameda Councilmembers; Judge Rules Trump Can’t Punish Sanctuary Cities

Plus, Alameda County supervisor tables plan to hand youth center over to sheriff’s office.

Prix-Fix Dinners Now Served at CDP

At James Syhabout's Piedmont Avenue bar, they're based on beef.

Thursday’s Briefing: Amazon to Open Brick-and-Mortar Store in Berkeley; Another New Bill Would Force Cities to Build More Housing

Plus, high court rules against Oakland and in favor of slumlords.

Wednesday’s Briefing: Developer Proposes 580 Housing Units at Kaiser Center; Wiener Scales Back SB 827 Housing Bill

Plus, Alameda County moves forward on plan to sell its share of Coliseum site to Oakland.

Jacques Pépin Will Sign Books in Oakland

The renowned celebrity chef will be at Rockridge Market Hall on April 19.

Tuesday’s Briefing: Ex-City Staffer Files Harassment Claim Against Desley Brooks; Alameda Council May Fire City Manager Keimach

Plus, SoCal water agency may vote to fund Brown’s water tunnels.

Monday’s Briefing: California Reaches 1 Million Undocumented Drivers; Skinner Pushes to Open Police Misconduct Records

Plus, Desley Brooks relaunches plan to steer millions to favored contractors.

Impossible Burgers Raises Another $114 Million

Its massive Oakland production facility opened last year.

Wooden Table Café Refuses to Serve Soy

It's all about deforestation.

Friday’s Briefing: Another Developer Eyes Coliseum Site; Trump Calls for Schaaf to be Prosecuted

Plus, Warriors’ exec admits the team had planned to change name to San Francisco Warriors.