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Delays by Air Pollution Regulators Could Cost Lives

Environmentalists say Bay Area regulators are continuing to drag their feet on dealing with air pollution from refineries. And residents in vulnerable communities are paying the price.
November 05, 2018

Luna Mexicana Honors the Dead

The Oakland Ballet Company observes Día de los Muertos with festive dance and music to remember deceased relatives and friends.
November 02, 2018

People with Disabilities Encounter Success, Challenges in the Food Industry

Mozzeria, Trouble Coffee, and vocational programs offer people with disabilities something unusual — personal and financial independence.
November 02, 2018

Guns Versus Birds at the Point

Environmentalists and Alameda residents are upset that the sheriff’s office held an Urban Shield military-like training exercise at a nature preserve and bird refuge.
November 02, 2018

Is the East Bay About to Get ... Chewier?

Are we about to embrace the "diamond of spices"?
November 01, 2018

Crave BBQ to Open in West Oakland's California Hotel

It will be part of the new California Hotel Live! Visual and Performing Arts Cultural Hub.
November 01, 2018

Charlie Hallowell's New Restaurant, Western Pacific, Now Open

The new eatery from the restaurateur accused of sexual harassment serves pizza, galettes, and "Cal-Italian soul food."
November 01, 2018

Wildcard Opens an Albany Tasting Room

The Redding-based brewery has set down East Bay roots.
November 01, 2018

Thursday’s Briefing: Beckles Has 4-Point Lead Over Wicks in Poll; Report: California Is Under Supplied by 3.4M Homes

November 01, 2018

Pro Arts Brings STILL THEY PERSIST: Protest Art of the 2017 Women’s Marches to Oakland

The traveling exhibition by Cincinnati artists and arts advocates FemFour features curated protest art from the 2017 Women’s Marches.
November 01, 2018