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Middle East Dispute Comes to Alameda

Controversy erupts over a proposal for Alameda to create a sister-city relationship with a small Palestinian village.

What Ever Happened to the Rotary Nature Center?

The storied center of Lake Merritt’s wildlife refuge closed for refurbishing last year. And it remains shuttered, raising doubts about its future.

Tuesday’s Briefing: Berkeley Council May Cut Weed Tax; Little-Known East Bay Assembly Candidate Raises a Whopping $500K

Plus, drought concerns deepen as dry weather continues.

The Kilduff File: The Czar of Noir

Eddie Muller talks bad guys, suits, hats, and cocktails.

McMullen Turns 10 and Plans Expansion

Plus, denim news from Two Jacks Denim and T-shirt culture from Los Reyes.

Monday’s Briefing: Microorganisms May Be Eating Bay Bridge Welds; Lawmakers May Allow State-Chartered Banks to Service Pot Businesses

Plus, Oroville dam repairs surge to $870 million.

Housing Goes Modular

Oakland housing developer Rick Holliday says his new factory-built, multi-unit housing projects will help address the housing shortage.

Community Acupuncture Expands Service Reach

The new twist on an old treatment adds La-Z-Boys, a sliding scale, and a group setting.

Walking Downtown Los Angeles

Ditch the car and strike out on foot in downtown LA, a modern, walkable destination, thanks to a recent renaissance.

Lucia’s Pizzeria Introduces Cicchetti to Berkeley

Venetia tapas pairs well with Italian wines.