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Tuesday's Briefing: Desley Brooks files lawsuit, blames city attorney for costing her re-election

May 21, 2019

Johnny Lopez Launched TURFinc to Spread an Art Form

In 2012, Lopez started TURFinc with the goal of helping kids like him. Through the organization, beginners can learn the dance style, and experienced dancers can learn how to grow their careers and reputations.
May 20, 2019

Susan Muscarella Expands the Horizons of Jazz Education

Thanks to Susan Muscarella, California Jazz Conservatory has a storied rep as an independent music school devoted solely to the study and performance of jazz.
May 20, 2019

Reasons to Hightail It to Half Moon Bay

Discover graves, ghosts, chowder, and the Mavericks’ monster waves at this town teetering on the edge of the Pacific Ocean.
May 20, 2019

Monday's Briefing: Measles at Berkeley Bowl; Richmond cop involved in Celeste Guap scandal got his job back

May 20, 2019

Arthur Gonzalez Gets Into Modes

The painter turned sculptor translates his ideas from life into a personal language in art.
May 17, 2019

Brown Sugar Kitchen Satisfies Soul Food Cravings

The new Brown Sugar Kitchen skillfully renders chef Tanya Holland’s most iconic dishes, including her fried chicken and waffles.
May 17, 2019

Friday's Briefing: Oakland Police raid arrests 16 gang members; SB50 is dead for this year

May 17, 2019

Flyaway Productions Tackles Women’s Issues

‘The Wait Room’ combines oral histories, music, and dance on an important topic: women with incarcerated loved ones.
May 16, 2019

Try the Presidio for a Staycation

It’s a 1,500-acre luxury resort with 16 food and dining options, music, art, history, and nature.
May 16, 2019