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The Trappist Is Celebrating Its 10th Birthday

Ten unique beers from ten different breweries will be premiered at the party.

Tuesday’s Briefing: Oakland Had 2nd Highest Home Price Jump in Nation

Plus, two major fires cause tens of thousands to evacuate in Southern California.

Monday’s Briefing: Federal Government Shut Down Looms; Bay Bridge Toll Plaza Reopens After Deadly DUI Crash

Plus, the city of Alameda sells two more buildings at former Naval Air Station.

Gott's Roadside Opening in Walnut Creek

Oakland's Neon Works made the restaurant's huge "EAT" sign.

Friday’s Briefing: Flynn Pleads Guilty and Is Cooperating With Mueller; Republicans Ready to Pass Big Tax Cut for Rich and Corporations

Plus, a jury acquits undocumented defendant in fatal shooting of Kate Steinle.

Thursday’s Briefing: GOP Pushes Forward With Big Tax Cuts for Rich

Plus, the GOP House proposes bill that would force California to allow people to carry concealed guns.

Tuesday’s Briefing: San Leandro Cop Charged With Statutory Rape

Plus, state regulators propose new environmental rules to build more transit-friendly development.

Monday’s Briefing: At Least Seven Dead in East Bay Freeway Crashes; Number of Starving UC Berkeley Students Soars

Plus, Alameda finalizes new cannabis rules.

Donato & Co. Now Serves Lunch and Brunch

Highlights include panini served on fresh house-made Italian-style breads.

Wednesday’s Briefing: Uber Paid Hackers to Keep Quiet; Trump Admin Pushes to Kill Net Neutrality

Plus, California outspends Trump administration 4-1 on Obamacare ads.