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Spring Break, Y’all

Separated From the World by Choice

Hidden in the East Bay hills, the Carmelite nuns of Kensington live at the most secluded monastery in the United States.

Friday’s Briefing: Port of Oakland Enters Exclusive Talks with A’s for Howard Terminal Site

South Bay BART extension wins grant.

Alice Waters Teaches Online Cooking Class

Her MasterClass course will focus on home cooking.

La Marcha Owners to Open Store

The Mile Limit will offer international wines on San Pablo Avenue.

Nyum Bai Puts Banana Blossoms into a Salad

Gently crunchy and tasting nothing like bananas, banana-blossom salads are typically served augmented by soup and rice as a whole meal.

Penelope Bar & Lounge’s Better-for-You Cocktail Is Ahead of the Curve

What makes The Penelope different from any other cocktail — and better-for-you — is its key ingredient: freshly juiced beets.

Thursday’s Briefing: Berkeley to Consider Homeless Policies

Plus, Oakland adds tiny homes to homeless encampment.

Find Community and More at Bay Station

Sneakerheads, hula dancers, doulas, and more unite on Lincoln Avenue.

Johanna Poethig Uses Her Art for Sociopolitical Inquiry

The work of the East Bay multimedia artist pops up in public and private spaces and the most unusual places, like San Francisco taxicabs.