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Thursday’s Briefing: Oakland's Temple Sinai Hit by Anti-Semitism; Oakland and SF Sue Big Oil Over Climate Change

Plus, UC President Janet Napolitano warns that expensive right-wing campus events may be unsustainable.

Castro Valley Was First

Readers sound off on the 100 Most Influential East Bay Residents of All Time.

About Those 100

Readers sound off on our cover story.

Upping the Barre

Marc Brew promises more swagger for AXIS.

Wednesday’s Daily Briefing: Brown’s Tunnels Plan Suffers Big Setback; East Bay Housing Prices Soar Even Higher

Plus, a 7.1 Quake kills more than 200 people in Mexico.

Handsome Heritage

Mira Blackman uses unique textiles for flowing styles.

Angels, Idiots, and Gerbils

Tony Taccone, one of America’s most prominent artistic directors, contemplates a post-Berkeley Rep life.

Paradita Chef-Owner Opens Barranco in Lafayette

Carlos Altamirano's new seafood-focused Barranco restaurant serves prawns, pisco, and more.

Lake Chalet Hosts Oktoberfest

Set for Sept. 30, Lake Chalet's third annual Oktoberfest will include a yodeling contest and lots of beer.

Tuesday’s Briefing: Bay Area Traffic Intensifies; Audubon Society Opposes A’s Ballpark Site

Plus, millions of Californians could be on the hook for Gov. Jerry Brown’s tunnels.