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The Great Heron Project

As new housing transforms the face of downtown Oakland, an ambitious plan to relocate the city’s night herons proceeds, along with a student-led effort to make them the city’s official bird.

Friday’s Briefing: Trump to Open California Coast to Oil Drilling; Bay Area Companies Fuel Dow Jones Surge Over 25,000

Plus, the US attorney for Northern California resigns following Sessions announcement of crackdown on weed.

Arash Bayatmakou Shifts Paradigms On Spinal Injuries

Berkeley writer and entrepreneur writes a book and starts a nonprofit to change recovery expectations for spinal injury sufferers.

Copper Spoon Takes Over Arts Crab Shak Space

Daring global flavors and bold décor land on Broadway.

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.