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Surprised by the End Results

Isabel Allende’s route from start to finish is a circuitous one in her books, including her latest.

Local Docs Reveal the Invisible

Stacey Hoffman Keeps Jazz More Than Alive

In the Name of Love represents the manifestation of a grassroots music movement for Living Jazz.

Arash Bayatmakou Shifts Paradigms On Spinal Injuries

Berkeley writer and entrepreneur writes a book and starts a nonprofit to change recovery expectations for spinal injury sufferers.

OMCA Spotlights Urban Farming in Oakland

Take Root: Oakland Grows Food is a new yearlong exhibit highlighting the people and organizations growing food Oakland.

The I’s Have It

Sci-fi genius Robert Silverberg keeps cranking out books.

The Alley Enters a Post Rod Dibble-Era

Jef Labes and Bryan Seet become the ivory ticklers at one of Oakland’s longest-running bars.

A Quintessential Collaborator

Greg Landau hones his production skills in Alameda.

Julia Marchand Paints Surreal Habitats

The Alameda artist use candy colors to rosy-up dioramas that make her sad.