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Grim Future Predicted for Bay Area Housing

Karen Chapple, a UC professor of urban planning, sees less economic, ethnic, and racial diversity unless planners implement a philosophical shift in policy.
June 11, 2018

Alameda Makes Its First Public Art Fund Distributions

The West End Arts and Entertainment District, Rhythmix Cultural Works, and Sacred & Profane are the recipients of $67,500 in cultural arts grants.
June 11, 2018

Monday’s Briefing: More Than 1 Million People Expected at Warriors’ Championship Parade Tomorrow

Plus, home cooks rally around effort to decriminalize their businesses.
June 11, 2018

East Bay Chefs to Participate in Refugee Food Festival

They'll prepare pop-up dinners at trendy restaurants.
June 11, 2018

Friday’s Briefing: Rebecca Kaplan Endorses Cat Brooks for Oakland Mayor

Plus, the Berkeley Public Library is ending late fees for teen and adult books.
June 08, 2018

Thursday’s Briefing: Warriors Are One Game Away from Another Championship

Plus, what will happen to Berkeley renters and landlords if Costa Hawkins is repealed.
June 07, 2018

New Irish Whiskey Has a Local Debut

The Sexton is brewed by one of the world's very few female whiskey blenders.
June 07, 2018

The Berkeley Bowl Inspires a Cookbook

Oakland registered dietician Laura McLively pulls together recipes from the staples and oddities of the iconic market.
June 07, 2018

Avila Beach Is Quintessential Cali Coast

Wildlife, sandy beaches, quaint accommodations, and upscale attractions are in store for visitors.
June 07, 2018

Wednesday’s Briefing: Buffy Wicks Tops Assembly District 15 Race

Plus, Oakland City Council rejects contentious funding proposal for job-training organizations.
June 06, 2018