We can boil them all down to cocktails.
Thursday’s Briefing: Oakland Awards Eight More Pot Dispensary Permits; Pandora Says Oakland Is Too Costly and Will Expand in Atlanta
Plus, Alameda police chief wants $500K license plate readers on Oakland border.
Oakland's J. Absinthia Vermut began bootlegging the wormwoody spirit in 1997.
Wednesday’s Briefing: State Bill to Overturn Part of Trump Tax Plan Wins OK; California May Create Public Bank for Pot Businesses
Plus, the cost to retrofit closed Alameda school is $34 million.
Tuesday’s Briefing: Berkeley Council May Cut Weed Tax; Little-Known East Bay Assembly Candidate Raises a Whopping $500K
Plus, drought concerns deepen as dry weather continues.
Monday’s Briefing: Microorganisms May Be Eating Bay Bridge Welds; Lawmakers May Allow State-Chartered Banks to Service Pot Businesses
Plus, Oroville dam repairs surge to $870 million.
They also make hot nuts, as revealed this week at the Fancy Food Show.
The grand opening will feature prizes and a live DJ.
Thursday’s Briefing: Oakland Police Violated State Immigration Law; Trump Administration Targets Berkeley and Other Sanctuary Cities
Plus, affordable housing project breaks ground near Fruitvale BART.
The Oakland restaurant can handle on- or offsite raw-seafood bars, mobile pig roasts, and more.