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News & Politics

Fruitvale's Noel Gallo Walks the Walk

A councilman strolls his Fruitvale District hoping to reduce crime.

I Can't Believe You Commented About the New Mayor's Hairdo

Letters from Our January Issue.

Race and the Protest Movement

Two recent protests highlighted the ways in which black activists are asserting control over the movement to end police violence.

If You Don't Know That, You Don't Know Anything

Dogs are killers and American Football is a band

Are Too Many Downtown Oakland Night Spots Bad For Business?

Is there a downside to Oakland’s burgeoning entertainment district?
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Life & Style

Partnerships Between Decorators and Retailers Lead to Good Deals

Designer collections create professional looks at a fraction of the price.

Kyoto Is for Food Lovers

Savor tofu, kaiseki, yuba, and “flowing noodles” as the imperial capital intended.

A Guide to 15 Inspired Workout Regimens

Dance, paddleboard, slackline, row, cycle, kickbox, and run your way to fitness.

Exploring the Tech Attractions of Silicon Valley

Museums, electronics, and Fortune 500 companies dot the Silicon Valley landscape.
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Food & Drink

Winter Chicories Add Earthy Bitterness to Dishes

Pair them with porchetta or add to salads with a little sweetness for a winter treat.

Shaking Up Lakeshore at Shakewell

The Iberian-Mediterranean trend lands near the lake.

Getting Down to Barbecue Basics at Genny's BBQ

For go-to to-go ’cue, try this East Oakland eatery.

Set Sail for Paradise at Longitude

Tiki time at this downtown bar balances kitsch and class.
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Arts & Culture

Hella Enters the Vernacular

The intensifier shows up in song lyrics, weather reporting, and even The Sunday Times.

Shebooks Publishes Books by Women for Women

Ebook publisher hopes to give women what they want.

Everyday Ordinary Lives

Suburbanites and Socialites, Photography by Bill Owens, Jan. 21–March 15

Terrie Odabi is On the Road Again

The singer takes her blues back to Memphis on the heels of a new release.
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From Our Other Publications

The Politics of Blues

A Berkeley icon, vocalist Faye Carol, imparts her love of music to the youths she mentors.

South by South Berkeley

The spicy Cajun—and, in many cases, vegan—stews are easy to like at this gumbo hub.

Is Your Doctor Making You Sick?

An aging population turns to natural alternatives for relief after losing confidence in Big Pharma.

Tenacity Figures in Mayor Trish Spencer’s Win

Alameda Mayor Trish Spencer set her sights on winning—and did.

No End for Alameda’s Four-Day Work Week

A budget surplus and busier times won’t end Friday government office closures any time soon.
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