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Wednesday’s Briefing: State Atty. Gen. Sides With Oakland Against Coal; Cops Union Sues to Block New Police Transparency Law

December 19, 2018

Preserving Vintage Vibes

Photographer and collage artist Stephanie Williamson uses hand-painted photographs and alternative and old-school photo processes in her artwork.
December 19, 2018

Sara Ouimette Offer Patients Insights Into Drug Experiences

In addition to traditional therapy, the Oakland psychotherapist provides patients a nonjudgmental space to work through their experiences with drugs.
December 19, 2018

New Retailer Queen Hippie Gypsy Builds Spiritual Community With Crystal Botanica

At Queen Hippie Gypsy, you’ll find crystals, art, spiritual supplies, jewelry, natural body products and bath salts, incense, handmade crystal jewelry, artisan crafts, T-shirts and more.
December 19, 2018

Tuesday’s Briefing: 1.1 Million California Buildings in Fire Danger Zone; Alta Bates Closure Will Restrict Access for Poor

December 18, 2018

Seattle Is an Easy Getaway

Emerald City charms with storied attractions like Pike Place Market and the Space Needle but shines with new attractions, including Hotel Alexis and the Nordic Museum.
December 18, 2018

Anne Lamott’s News Book Uplifts With Humor and Optimism

In Almost Everything: Notes on Hope, the author doesn’t sugarcoat reality but does manage to find the silver lining.
December 18, 2018

The Bay Area Music Program Soars at Maya Lin

It’s grown from a tiny choral program to a major musical ensemble and continues to expand.
December 17, 2018

Paint the Town Puts Traffic-Calming Murals Around Oakland

Administrators of the pilot program, organized through the city’s Department of Transportation, are happy with the results of the program but hope more funding will make it proactive in economically distressed areas.
December 17, 2018

Explore Two Treasure Island Eating Outposts

MerSea and Aracely inhabit a new frontier well worth exploration.
December 14, 2018