An Alameda interior decorator, Sarah Coombs, talks to real estate agents about updating houses.
Cheese, wine, bread, snacks, and the just-right containers for a picnic.
Six Alamedans talk about their favorite streets.
A melting pot of farmers share agriculture practices at a community garden, New Roots, at Laney College.
Poor marketing and staging work in buyers' favor on Chabot Highlands sale.
A winter trip to Santa Cruz takes in the sights, from Seabright Brewery to Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park.
How does an artist know when he has made it? When he is invited to participate in RAW, the swanky and exclusive artistic showcase popping up in cities worldwide? When his work is featured in an art magazine? Or when it has been stolen twice? By all these criteria, Michael J. Marx has arrived. He has been creating wearable sculptures from precious metal clay, or PMC, for 14 years, and don’t even think about calling them necklaces.
Tara Eglin and Chris Mock have known each other for years. They are both graphic designers, had played on the same soccer team, and had, in fact, designed their team’s jerseys. They had always talked about doing more work together, maybe even starting a clothing design company.
Shopping for a bike can make the average Joe feel like he has to be the next elite spandex-clad racer. That’s not the case at Public Bikes.
Get away this weekend without crossing a Bay bridge with a trip to Point Richmond.