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Alameda Rent Control Measure Qualifies for November Election

But there’s no word yet on whether a competing, landlord-backed measure that would ban rent control in Alameda also qualified.
July 06, 2016

Wednesday’s Daily Briefing: Big Fire in Emeryville Destroys Housing; Greenhouse Gas Emissions Dip Slightly

Plus, new study shows that redwood forests are essential for soaking up carbon dioxide.
July 06, 2016

New Uptown LGBT Bar Set to Open Next Weekend

Set to open next Saturday, the Port Bar will be Uptown's only LGBT bar to stay open seven days a week.
July 05, 2016

The Pasta Shop Showcases French Faves on Bastille Day

On Bastille Day -- July 14 -- The Pasta Shop will offer special tastings of French dishes and ingredients.
July 05, 2016

Tuesday’s Daily Briefing: FBI Says No Charges for Clinton; Brown Oks $2 Billion for Mentally Ill Homeless

Plus, Berkeley’s Alta Bates hospital to close in 2030.
July 05, 2016

Friday’s Daily Briefing: Legislature OKs Gun Measures; Gov. Brown’s Parole Reform Plan Makes Ballot

Plus, the OPD sex scandal widens, and Alameda is moving forward with new 27-acre park.
July 01, 2016

Thursday’s Daily Briefing: Two More High-Rises Proposed; $580M Housing Bond on County Ballot

Plus, suburban sprawl and long car commutes worsen in Bay Area.
June 30, 2016

Berkeley Native Wins Prestigious Food Science Award

Berkeley-born Howarth Bouis is one of four scientists credited with developing a new super-tuber.
June 29, 2016

Wednesday’s Daily Briefing: Landlords to Sue Oakland Over Garbage Hikes; Weed Legalization Qualifies for Ballot

Plus, UC spent $158,000 on PR campaign following scathing state audit.
June 29, 2016

Our Backyard: Coal Is a Fitting Metaphor for Phil Tagami

The Oakland developer’s power and influence is waning, much like the old fossil fuel he wants to ship.
June 28, 2016