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Sculptor Albert Dicruttalo Moves Beyond His Beasley Apprenticeship

The sculptor’s work reflects his interest in industry and nature but is informed in part by the art of his mentor and friend Bruce Beasley.
March 12, 2019

Introducing Jeremy Geffen

As its third leader, Jeremy Geffen envisions boundary-pushing work for Cal Performances.
March 12, 2019

Tuesday's Briefing: No affordable housing, no gas tax money, says Newsom

March 12, 2019

Zambian Author Namwali Serpell Gains Recognition

The UC associate professor’s first novel, ‘The Old Drift,’ echoes the styles of Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Toni Morrison.
March 11, 2019

Summer Cooking Camps for East Bay Kids

At East Bay summer camps, today’s East Bay wannabe chefs learn dishes way beyond PB&J or chocolate chip cookies.
March 11, 2019

Monday's Briefing: Oakland Councilmember Lynette McElhaney loses son in tragic shooting in LA

March 11, 2019

Friday Briefing: Bankrupt PG&E wants to give $235 million in bonuses; Rain is quenching California's thirst

March 08, 2019

Readers Speak Out About Lyme Disease

Lyme disease sufferers sympathize with Shona Curley’s Lyme disease article and express frustration over how little is known about diagnosing and treating it.
March 08, 2019

Base Camp Bakery Finds Fans at Grand Lake Farmers Market

A husband-and-wife team of bread enthusiasts, Chase Agee and Ayla Groom, are transforming their farmers market stall into a retail bakery, where they can bring the community together through bread.
March 08, 2019

Auro’s ‘Actually’ Explores Sexual Misconduct

Making its Bay Area premiere on Aurora Theatre Company’s second stage, Anna Ziegler’s drama Actually promises to be a much more nuanced and thorny examination of the gray areas of sexual misconduct.
March 08, 2019