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Friday’s Briefing: State May Require PG&E to Cut Power in Windstorms; Berkeley Failed to Pave Any Streets in 2018

December 07, 2018

Alameda Food Bank Creates a Cookbook

The new book features recipes from local chefs, restaurateurs, and other notables.
December 07, 2018

Cannabis Edibles Company Expands in Oakland

With this $160 million merger, Acreage Holdings hopes to be "the Procter & Gamble of cannabis."
December 07, 2018

SF Gay Men’s Chorus Gets Brassy and Sassy at The Freight

The over-the-top, irreverent choral group performs Home for the Holidays! for World’s AIDS day with hilarious twists on holiday standards.
December 07, 2018

East Bay Alternative Book and Zine Festival Celebrates Indie Media

For the ninth year running, local zinesters have a reason to party.
December 07, 2018

Lila Owens Expands the Cupcakin’ Bake Shop Empire

Unusual flavors and lovely presentation distinguish these small, sweet wonders.
December 07, 2018

Thursday’s Briefing: Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions Soar; California Becomes First State to Mandate Solar on New Homes

December 06, 2018

Can Natel Help Reverse Climate Change?

The founders of the Alameda hydroelectric power company think its turbines and hydro restoration technology are aligned for big results.
December 06, 2018

East Bay High School Teacher Excels With ASL

Michele Lamons-Raiford believes that the exposure her students have to deaf culture in her classes is one of the lasting benefits.
December 06, 2018

Charles Lloyd, The Marvels, and Lucinda Williams Play Zellerbach

The lineup represents a fearlessly creative collaboration that failed to resonate with jazz fans at the Monterey Jazz Festival.
December 06, 2018