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Monday’s Briefing: Legislature returns to work, eyes $4.2 billion climate bond; Starbucks laptop theft victim is remembered

January 06, 2020

Rivoli Brings Indian Spices to Delicata Squash

Rivoli executive chef and co-owner Wendy Brucker has been featuring delicata squash on her Berkeley restaurant menu throughout the winter months for the past five years.
January 03, 2020

Changes Proposed for Alameda School Zones

Parents demand safer streets for Alameda students after too many are hit by cars.
January 03, 2020

Oak Knoll Controversy Surfaces

As the multiuse project slowly takes shape, unknown plans over affordable housing slated for a contiguous 5-acre property, the Barcelona Parcel, has neighbors concerned.
January 03, 2020

Friday's Briefing: Large housing projects in Berkeley, Alameda, face uncertainty; Snowpack looks promising

January 03, 2020

Ginny Parsons Contemplates Alameda

The Alameda painter ponders Alameda’s pastoral innocence and contentment.
January 02, 2020

A Thank-You Letter to Oakland

An Oakland author shows gratitude for the city she loves.
January 02, 2020

Thursday's Briefing: Two arrests made in Montclair Starbucks homicide; Barbara Lee got married

January 02, 2020

Blue Shield of California Launches BlueSky

January 01, 2020

Nosh Box: A Game of Chicken Ruffles Feathers

Kick off the New Year by syncing your taste buds with the current national protein-eating trend. For nearly eons, beef was the most popular meat in American. Seems now our tastes align with other nations, making chicken the most popular meat in the world as well as at home.
January 01, 2020