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How to Spot a Harbor Seal

They have spots.
2019.08.15 08:00

Laugh It Up

This month's nightlife issue features our picks for where to see live comedy, show off your knowledge at a trivia night, or get your salsa, bachata, and merengue on.
2019.08.14 08:00

Paul Glaviano Paints Landscapes Unlike Others

The Alameda artists wants viewers to see with their senses.
2019.08.09 08:00

Photographer Lenny Gonzalez Knows How to Blend In

The Alameda music photographer has an uncanny chameleon-like ability to blend in despite having camera gear in tow.
2019.08.07 08:00

Alameda City Hall Makes Room for Baby

Councilmember Malia Vella’s recent childbirth highlights several challenges faced by new mothers seeking to reintegrate into the workplace.
2019.08.05 11:30
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Life & Style

Everything Is Turning Up Pickleball

It’s so popular because it’s so much fun.
2019.08.21 11:00

The Story of Hello Vintage

It’s a modern romance-retail tale in which the proprietor, Carolyn Liu, shares some business and relationship advice for Millennials.
2019.08.20 01:40

Gather Moves from Hayes Valley to Oakland

Plus, shining a spotlight on Aiken on Fourth Street and saying goodbye to NEEKO.
2019.08.20 01:30

Living Plastic Free

It’s harder than you might imagine to break away from clamshells and baggies.
2019.08.19 11:45
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Food & Drink

How to Make Yimm’s Sweet Corn Salad

Aya Amornpan turned to sweet corn when brainstorming unusual items to serve at Yimm, her new home-style Thai eatery that opened recently in Rockridge.
2019.08.16 08:00

A Reset for Oliveto Café & Restaurant

Oliveto occupies a special niche of East Bay dining, and its most recent reset has happily strengthened its position.
2019.08.16 08:00

Nosh Box: The Brews of Summer

2019.08.01 02:00

The Story Behind Gioia Pizzeria’s Most Popular Pie

The most popular pie is the Julian, topped with kale, Calabrese sausage, onion, garlic, and chili flakes. Owners Karen and Will Gioia named it after their son.
2019.07.26 08:00
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Arts & Culture

Cindy Heen Launches a New Dance Festival

After founding Emergence Dance Company last year, Cindy Heen is staging an Emergence Dance Festival this month at the Sawtooth.
2019.08.22 08:00

Say Goodbye to Will Blades at The Freight

The East Bay organist is moving to LA but not before celebrating a birthday that doubles as a farewell bash.
2019.08.22 08:00

See Works of Helen Mirra and Sean Thackrey at BAMPFA

Marin County inspires Mirra’s spare, abstract woven works, and Thackery is a photographer who makes “objects of contemplation.”
2019.08.21 11:20

Heroes Emerge From the SF Chinatown Sex Trade

Julia Flynn Siler’s new book recounts the heroic acts of Donaldina Cameron and Tien Fun Wu at the turn of the 20th century.
2019.08.19 11:40
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From Our Other Publications

Richmond Arts Center Tackles Nature and Culture

Here Is the Sea and Faces Without Noses, a pair of Richmond Art Center exhibitions, examine environmental and aesthetic themes. Nature and culture, again, do their eternal parallel-evolution dance, seen through sociopolitical/informational and aesthetic/poetic filters. It’s style-plus-content art that looks good and is good for us.
2019.04.12 02:30

Katy Butler Writes About Navigating the End of Life In Her New Book

In the The Art of Dying Well: A Practical Guide to a Good End of Life, author and Bay Area journalist Katy Butler pools her infinitely practical and deeply human expertise to coach people on the end of their lives.
2019.04.11 08:00

Cal Performances Hosts Alvin Ailey Dancers for 2019

Returning April 9-14 for its annual residency that began over 50 years ago in 1968, the venerable dance company brings three Bay Area premieres and some returning favorites to Zellerbach.
2019.04.08 08:00

Volunteers Narrowing the Achievement Gap

Reading Partners, a successful nationwide nonprofit program, strives to improve third-grade reading proficiency in low-income Oakland schools.
2019.04.01 08:00
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