The two-day fest, featuring forty-plus rums, winds down at Forbidden Island Tiki Lounge.
Plus, BART may delay train service to 5 a.m. on weekdays.
Tuesday’s Briefing: State Atty General Sues Over Sanctuary City; Enviros Back East Bay Dam Expansion
Plus, struggling Pandora hires a new CEO.
Plus, Berkeley’s Top Dog restaurant fires employee who participated in the white supremacist rally.
Festivities at the San Leandro brewery will include live music, two bouncy houses, and lots of beer.
Thursday’s Briefing: Sessions Warns States on Legal Weed; Algae Toxin Is Killing California Sea Lions
Plus, Oakland family to be split up by President Trump’s crackdown on immigration.
Plus, vandals trash new bikeshare program in Oakland and San Francisco.
Specialty meats can be ordered via phone or email, then picked up at Hopscotch.
Tuesday’s Briefing: Peralta Exec Backs A’s Laney Ballpark Site; Legislators May Boost Electric Car Sales
Plus, Gov. Brown signs new law requiring California State University to be honest about student housing costs.
The bakery credited with popularizing madeleines in the USA has just launched its first-ever Pumpkin Spice Madeleines.