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Thursday's Briefing: Prosecution wraps up its case in Ghost Ship trial; Foul called on Oakland official for taking Warriors tickets

June 06, 2019

Build It Green Wants to Make Homes Healthier

It’s using two new programs — Health Home Connect and the Low Income Weatherization Project — to help the poor make housing improvements they otherwise wouldn’t be able to afford.
June 05, 2019

What’s Next for Alameda Schools?

A more activist school board with interest in managing the district’s business says so long to Superintendent Sean McPhetridge.
June 05, 2019

Wednesday's Briefing: BART director wants to rollback fare increases; Oakland City Council decriminalizes shrooms

June 05, 2019

Slate Contemporary Goes Olde Moderne

A trio of artists showing at Slate Contemporary under the title California Modern proves once again that painting is vital and relevant even if one fetishizes Eichler houses, vinyl LPs, and Herb Caen’s dainty white gloves.
June 04, 2019

An Artist Is Unfazed by Shakeups

Patty St. Louis started her art career working mainly with the theme of balanced stones, a signature of her work.
June 04, 2019

Tony Taccone Teams Up With John Leguizamo

Tony Taccone finishes up his 21 years as artistic director of Berkeley Repertory Theatre (and the company’s 50th season) with a bang.
June 04, 2019

Tuesday's Briefing: Oakland budget battle over Department of Transpo heats up; Haggerty wants Pride flag on county buildings

June 04, 2019

Rainbow Kitten Surprise Brings Surprises to the Fox

The Boone, N.C., indie rockers with a quirky sound and deep lyrics is donating funds for LGBTQ rights.
June 03, 2019

Kingmaker Jeff Del Bono Hands Off His Scepter

The former president of the firefighters union, the person most responsible for Alameda’s progressive tilt, surrenders his post to Patrick Corder.
June 03, 2019