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Wrong on Richmond, Bookstores, and Spelling

We’re chastised for insensitive reporting about Richmond, our choice of bookstores, and, ugh, for a typo on the cover.

Loving the East Bay Wilderness

This issue is for nature lovers, especially hikers like Wendy Wheeler and Thomas Page who can’t get enough of the East Bay Regional Park District lads.

Streetcars Could Return to Oakland as a Broadway Shuttle Upgrade

43 East Bay Residents Who Made a Difference

We bid farewell to 43 individuals with local roots who died in 2014 and honor the fascinating and full lives they led in this remembrance.

AC Transit and BART Increase Weekend Trans-Bay Service

AC Transit and BART increase the frequency of trans-bay buses to accommodate late-night weekend commuters as an Oakland company, Night Schools, continues working with the Public Utilities Commission to offer school bus rides to late-nighters.

Fruitvale's Noel Gallo Walks the Walk

Oakland Councilmember Noel Gallo takes to the streets of his Fruitvale district to put safety at the forefront.

I Can't Believe You Commented About the New Mayor's Hairdo

Letters from the January Issue of Oakland Magazine.

Race and the Protest Movement

Two recent protests on the same December day highlight the ways in which black activists are attempting to assert control over the movement to end inappropriate police violence.

Google's Field Trip App Offers Details About Where You Travel

Learn more about the familiar and unfamiliar places you travel with the digital guide Field Trip, a free app from Google.

If You Don't Know That, You Don't Know Anything

Dogs are killers and American Football is a band