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REBBL Launches New Year Super-Herb Campaign

Yoga instructor/vegan chef Koya Webb is helping the Emeryville elixir outfit spread the word.
January 03, 2019

Thursday’s Briefing: High Court Rejects Police Challenge to Transparency Law; National Parks Get Trashed in Shutdown

January 03, 2019

Sculptor Andrew Miguel Fuller Creates Figurative and Nonfigurative Art

The Oakland artist takes urban detritus with a former life and makes it something anew through artistic detour.
January 03, 2019

Two Shows Explore Materials, Culture, and Identity

Naturalized American citizen artists show that, in the empire of art, people can have dual loyalties and resolve their cultural differences.
January 03, 2019

Wednesday’s Briefing: Oakland Homicides Drop to Lowest Level in 19 Years; Newsom Wants to Spend $1.8B on Early Childhood Programs

January 02, 2019

Remembering the East Bay’s Vivid People Who Died in 2018

The lives of these 33 Bay Area legends, characters, and personalities won’t be forgotten.
January 02, 2019

Madeline Kenney Enters an Electronic, Poppier Realm

The dream pop singer with Oakland ties exhales after new album, Perfect Shapes.
January 02, 2019

Nosh Box: Soup’s On

Neck and neck with February for the year’s coldest month, January better personifies cold and damp. There’s one food that satisfies and warms the body and soul in the heart of East Bay’s winter. A cup or bowl of steaming soup is like a soft woolen sweater for your innards—and your outlook.
January 01, 2019

Oakland’s Lead Paint Problem Persists

The city has yet to launch a program to check older homes for lead paint, even though children are still being poisoned. Funds from a recent lawsuit, however, could jumpstart the effort.
January 01, 2019

A Blue Wave Swept Across the Island

In November, a progressive supermajority led by new councilmember John Knox White and new mayor Marilyn Ezzy Ashcraft sailed into in City Hall.
January 01, 2019