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Alameda Launches First-Ever Restaurant Week

Many of the island's restaurants will offer special menus.

Thursday’s Briefing: BART Cop Kills Man in West Oakland; 4.4 Quake Shakes Berkeley and Oakland

Plus, Attorney General Sessions to allow weed prosecutions in California and other states where pot is legal.

Impossible Foods Makes Huge Distribution Deal

Having opened a 68,000-square-foot production plant in East Oakland last year, the faux-flesh burger purveyor is aiming high.

Bay Area Real Estate Experts Predict a Modest 2018

Experts predict limited gains for the East Bay 2018 real estate market.

Picture This

An El Cerrito mid-century makeover elevates the epoch.

They Made a Brighter Future

To usher out 2017, we’re bidding a final farewell to East Bay luminaries who made the future brighter.

Wednesday’s Briefing: Insurance Policies Canceled in Oakland Hills; California Looks at Tax Changes in Response to Trump Overhaul

Plus, the Trump administration pushes to export more Delta water despite fish declines.

Lyonhart Makes Hip, Functional Bags

Niamh Lyonhart means for her goods to last.

Tuesday’s Briefing: December Was Oakland’s Driest Ever; BART Starts Crackdown on Fare Jumpers

Plus, at least two East Bay residents injured by stray celebratory gunfire.

Watch on the Rhine as Relevant as Ever

Activist playwright Lillian Hellman’s 1940s play rings true today.