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Monday’s Briefing: Bay Area Residents Want More Housing; CHP Helped Neo-Nazis Against Anti-Fascists

Plus, ex-Black Panther Elaine Brown, who won big judgment against Oakland, has previous dustups that the jury never heard.

California Typewriter Stars on the Big Screen

And art and gems sparkle at Esqueleto, and Resurrect makes Valentine’s Day fun again.

Parks May Get Financial Boost

A $4 billion measure on the June ballot would help upgrade parks and increase access to them.

The Advocate

Jon Eldan runs the only nonprofit dedicated to helping exonerees throughout the country — out of his Lower Rockridge home.

Friday’s Briefing: Sierra Snowpack on Track to Break Record Low; House Democrats Give Up on Dreamers, Hand Trump a Victory

Plus, Bay Area residents hate traffic but don’t want to stop driving.

Artist Carol Aust Contemplates in Hues

Oakland artist puts existential topics on canvas and wood for a soulful conversation.

Motivated to Return to Donato & Co.

A new Italian eatery hits the ground running in Elmwood.

Six Simple Steps to Preparing Your Home for Sale

Now is the time to get your house ready with spring fast approaching.

Thursday’s Briefing: Bay Area Exodus Continues Amid Housing Shortage; It’ll Cost $38M to Fix Oakland Schools Lead Problems

Plus, a $40 million Alameda homeless and health care facility gets the greenlight.

Oakland Lawyer Jasmine Guillory Writes a Romance Novel

Her debut novel, The Wedding, features Alexa, who is black, making her a rare person of color in the overwhelmingly white world of romance novels.