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Monday’s Daily Briefing: Housing Tower Proposed for Jack London; Gov. Brown Backs Suit Against Trump Over Sanctuary Cities

Plus, Hayward officials express concern over ICE arrests.

Paradise Park Cafe Opening Soon

It launches August 17 at the juncture of North Oakland, Berkeley, and Emeryville, aka the NOBE district.

Friday’s Briefing: Animal Rights Activist Arrested at Comal; Flame Retardants Cause Lower IQs in Kids

Plus, officials issue warnings about eating trout from two East Bay reservoirs.

Hangar 1, Trumer Pils Among Eat Drink SF Sponsors

East Bay icons are part of the annual food fest.

Thursday’s Briefing: Rockridge/Temescal Among Toughest Places to Build Housing; Anthem to Exit CA Insurance Market

Plus, firefighters contain 50 percent of East Bay hills’ blaze overnight.

Wednesday’s Briefing: Covered California Rates to Jump 12.5%

Plus, animal rights activists force Berkeley’s Local Butcher Shop to post sign decrying the killing of animals.

Tuesday’s Briefing: Oakland Ethics Panel Sends McElhaney Case to Judge

Plus, Berkeley zoning board greenlights six-story housing project that includes units for people with disabilities.

Thursday Is National IPA Day

Emeryville's Honor Kitchen & Cocktails is marking this momentous occasion with free beer glasses.

Monday’s Briefing: Oakland Councilmember Faces Ethics Fine; Homes for Less Than $500K Get Scarcer

Plus, Berkeley may ban landlords from refusing to rent to low-income tenants.

Mr. Espresso Creates a New Summer Drink

The Oakland roaster has crafted the Cold Brew Shakerato.