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The Bloody Mariko Comes to Emervyille

It’s a Japanese version of the Bloody Mary at The Periodic Table.

Wednesday’s Briefing: San Leandro City Manager Put on Leave Amid Sex Harassment Charges; Raiders Fans and Local Officials May Sue Team Over Vegas Move

Plus, small cannabis growers sue the state to block the proliferation of mega-weed farms.

Preferred Information Sources

Alamedans stay informed by The Times, the Chron, Twitter, and NPR, but not much TV.

Immersing in Emeryville

The East Bay German International School appears to be thriving in its new location.

Tuesday’s Briefing: Trump Delivers Blow to Solar Power; San Leandro City Manager to Face Sex Harassment Suit

Plus, California Sens. Feinstein and Harris vote against deal to reopen the federal government.

Geek Out at East Bay Nerd Nites

Oakland’s is one of 90 Nerd Nites around the country, with Rick Karnesky, Rebecca Cohen, and Scott Weitze inviting presenters from all walks of life.

Monday’s Briefing: Federal Government to Reopen Today; Oakland Women’s March Draws About 50,000

Plus, managers at Boot & Shoe Service quit over Hallowell’s refusal to divest.

Going It Alone

When your siblings don’t help you take care of your aging parents.

Everyone Belongs Here Becomes an Unofficial Alameda Motto

A poster designed to stand up against bullying finds universal fans.

A Radical Clean Energy Pioneer

Activist Al Weinrub has pushed Alameda County to create its own green energy system —and he wants to make sure it generates local jobs, too.