Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags

News & Politics

The Heartbeat of Oakland

The A’s fans in Section 149 represent the spirit of The Town.

Who Are the Bay Area’s Trump Fans?

A retired medical laboratory CEO in Rossmoor, a San Francisco real estate developer with a plane, and a San Leandro father and electrician are behind The Donald.

Alameda’s Newest Rising Star

Malia Vella promises to be a formidable force in this year’s city council campaign.

The Urban Wine Movement Heads to Richmond

Kevin and Barbara Brown of R&B Cellars, along with Jeff Cohn of Jeff Cohn Cellars, are bringing new life via wine, cider, and beer to the waterfront.

Our Backyard: A Boost for Housing

Oakland’s new housing impact fee plan hasn’t hurt housing development. It’s helped it.
Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags

Life & Style

Unironic Bliss in San Diego

San Diego’s charms can disarm even the crankiest among us, putting many a northerner at home in its revitalized downtown.

SVEN Proves Ease and Luxury Go Together

Sven and Susan Stalman started SVEN in 1969 and have been pleasing fashionistas with their buttery-soft accessories from Berkeley ever since.

Color Ideas to Make Room

Interior designers Angelisse Karol and Laura Martin Bovard say beige is passé, warm whites are just right, and the grays are here to stay. Add bold splashes of a color in rich, deep shades for a fresh new look.

Doing Locust Street in Walnut Creek

Broadway Plaza may be posh, but it’s not the only place for shopping, playing, and eating in Walnut Creek.
Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags

Food & Drink

Longbranch Saloon Surpasses Expectations

It turns out the handsome Berkeley drinking establishment is more than that, delivering the perfect meal with Zuni Cafe-esque chicken, an amazing burger, and inspired cocktails

Batch Pastries Is the New Montclair Baking

Emily Buysse keeps the menu at Batch Pastries much like that originated by its predecessor, Montclair Baking, but adds more treats and a new espresso machine to enhance a gathering-spot vibe.

Hina Yakitori: Skewered by Tradition

An uncompromising Japan-trained chef dives deep into the chicken pond.

Parlour Puts Melon with Mezcal

The Longest Day cocktail hints of summer vacation, beaches, and relaxation.
Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags

Arts & Culture

Nonstop Art, Belly Dancing, and Cosplay in Berkeley

Carnival of Stars takes place on July 30-31 at the Finnish Hall.

Summer Essays: Tooth or Consequences

On the way to middle age and root canals.

Summer Essays: A Mother's Heart

Some remember and others do not.

Summer Essays: Loose Lips

The truth is revealed about a childhood trauma.
Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags

Home & Garden

A Bridge-to-Bridge View in Montclair

A thoroughly modern lair going for $1.6 million appeals with its natural setting, killer views, and a rock-’n’-roll ethos.

Kitchen Overhaul for a Tidal Canal Home

Matt and Kathy Bliven bid good-bye to dated linoleum floors, tile countertops, and a tiny stovetop and say hello to the kitchen of their dreams.

Doing Locust Street in Walnut Creek

Broadway Plaza may be posh, but it’s not the only place for shopping, playing, and eating in Walnut Creek.

Fabrics Made for the Outdoors Move Indoors

High-performance outdoor fabrics—like solution-dyed acrylics—are softer, brighter, and more durable than the old stuff of awnings and cushions and are finding new uses indoors.
Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags

From Our Other Publications

How Alamedans Chillax

From staycations and close-to-home destinations to white water rapids in Idaho and the O.C. coast, Alamedans know how to relax.

Alameda Peeps Fight for Traffic Safety

The influential grassroots group is leading an effort to make the Island’s streets safer.

Iconic Images Fill Howard Harawitz Portfolio

Now living in Alameda, Howard Harawitz made his name photographing protests during the Free Speech Movement, farm workers organizing, and moments of police brutality.

E-Bikes Could Solve Traffic Woes

Bike enthusiast Jan Sutter urges Alamedans to make the move to electric bikes.
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags

Restaurant Listings

Search for more than 400 restaurants.

Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags

Medical insights from top area doctors.

Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags

Calendar

Edit Module Edit ModuleShow Tags

What You're Saying on Twitter

Edit Module

Like Us on Facebook

Edit ModuleEdit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags

Most Popular Articles