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Thursday’s Briefing: Hedge funds wants a bigger piece of PG&E; Newsom backs rent cap and just-cause bill

August 08, 2019

World Music at the Laurel StreetFair

The all-day auditory music spectacular takes over six blocks with music, arts and crafts, kids activities, and more.
August 08, 2019

East Bay Chefs Set to Amaze at Eat Drink SF

They'll be among dozens representing the top local talent.
August 07, 2019

Foxes May Be Expanding Their East Bay Habitats

Once rarely sighted, gray foxes are being seen by more East Bay residents, and there’s nothing to be alarmed over.
August 07, 2019

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.
August 07, 2019

Bespoke Watch Projects Renews Interest in Watches

These made-to-order timepieces are crafted as accessible heirlooms by John McConnico, an architect for the wrist.
August 06, 2019

Weird Al Yankovic Brings His Strings Attached Tour to The Greek

This tour promises a return to classic Yankovic form — the biggest, most overblown, gimmick-heavy outing yet … complete with full orchestra.
August 06, 2019

Tuesday’s Briefing: Treasure Island Music Fest is Off for 2019

Plus, recycling company closes all locations, and no mo joe or alco for a while.
August 06, 2019

Wooden Table Café Now Hosts Events

Tango nights, Argentinean songfests, and more.
August 06, 2019

PLāYT Expands Its Brunch Program

Now it's served on both Saturdays and Sundays.
August 06, 2019