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Auro’s ‘Actually’ Explores Sexual Misconduct

Making its Bay Area premiere on Aurora Theatre Company’s second stage, Anna Ziegler’s drama Actually promises to be a much more nuanced and thorny examination of the gray areas of sexual misconduct.
March 08, 2019

Readers React to Lyme Disease Story

Lyme disease sufferers sympathize with Shona Curley’s Lyme disease article and express frustration over how little is known about diagnosing and treating it.
March 08, 2019

Tomorrow Youth Repertory Teaches Life Skills Lessons

At Tomorrow Youth Repertory, an Alameda theater camp with challenging productions, kids learn empathy and teamwork along with acting, singing, and dancing. Sometimes mishaps occur, but that’s OK.
March 07, 2019

Oakland’s Pinball Wizards

The Town’s selfie pinball league is some of the cheapest fun to be had in the East Bay.
March 07, 2019

Magnetic Insight Is Revolutionizing Seeing Inside Bodies

The Alameda startup uses MPI-like technology and iron oxide to create clear 3-D pictures of specific target areas within the body without using radiation or casting an unhelpful even glow over.
March 07, 2019

Thursday's Briefing: Court-appointed monitor is critical of OPD; Hayward approves emergency just-cause ordinance

March 07, 2019

Fred Rogers Inspires New Life With Daniel Tiger

The little tiger is king for a day and learns some tough lessons that kids can relate to in this stage performance at the Paramount.
March 06, 2019

CHORI Bar Fills in the Gaps of Poor Diets

A health nutrition bar from the Children’s Hospital Oakland Research Institute is headed to the marketplace and can improve metabolism for obese eaters.
March 06, 2019

Summer Camps Let Kids Take Risks

Avid4 Adventure and other camps like it teach kids lessons in judgment and problem solving with action-packed activities.
March 06, 2019

Wednesday's Briefing: Raiders lease agreement vote delayed; San Leandro leaves mobile home tenants on hold

March 06, 2019