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East Bay-Made Beer, Meat, and More Win Good Food Awards

Winners included Drake's Brewing Co., Michael's Chocolates, Yumé Boshi, and many more.

Wednesday’ Briefing: Attorney Says Video Footage Doesn’t Substantiate BART Killing; The Drought is Back and People Aren’t Conserving Water

Plus, students San Ramon public high school ban the playing of the national anthem, saying it’s racist.

A Symphonic Coming of Age

Berkeley Youth Orchestra offers an enriching “harmonic progression” into musical maturity.

What to Drink in the East Bay Without Getting Hammered

Follow this guide to 16 worthwhile low-alcohol cocktails on restaurant and bar menus in Oakland, Berkley, Alameda, and Emeryville.

Tuesday’s Briefing: Berkeley May Become Sanctuary City for Cannabis; OPD Rookie Valedictorian Arrested for DUI

Plus, state water managers poised to make it a crime to waste water.

Oakland Playwright Patricia Milton’s Latest, Bamboozled, Hits Close to Home

She keeps her topical work politically charged for Central Works.

Operatic Revolution

The Lemon Bucket Orkestra issues a call to arms.

Monday’s Briefing: Bay Area Residents Want More Housing; CHP Helped Neo-Nazis Against Anti-Fascists

Plus, ex-Black Panther Elaine Brown, who won big judgment against Oakland, has previous dustups that the jury never heard.

California Typewriter Stars on the Big Screen

And art and gems sparkle at Esqueleto, and Resurrect makes Valentine’s Day fun again.

Parks May Get Financial Boost

A $4 billion measure on the June ballot would help upgrade parks and increase access to them.