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A Four-Day Camp Puts Drums in the Hands of Women

Born to Drum aims to empower women and girls through the message of the drum.
July 17, 2018

Refugees Have a Friend in The Burma Refugee Family Network

The Oakland nonprofit enables immigrants to find some normalcy in their new American lives.
July 16, 2018

Keith Rarick of Boathouse Tavern Talks Beer, Bait, and Bordeaux

There’s a new take on an old dive bar in Alameda.
July 16, 2018

Claflin, Thayer & Co. Makes Quality Leather Goods in Oakland

Designer Liz Thayer has resurrected her family’s leather goods name for a store of her own in Temescal Alley.
July 14, 2018

Your Dog Can Join the Dog Scouts of America

The motto is something like “no bored dogs,” and your pooch can earn merit badges.
July 14, 2018

Finless Foods Gains Funding

The firm uses fish cells to create lab-grown seafood in Emeryville.
July 13, 2018

Friday’s Briefing: Richmond Mayor Meets with ICE Detainees

Plus, Argosy University in Alameda to close due to declining enrollment.
July 13, 2018

Second Stay Gold Deli Is Like the Original But Smaller

The new Temescal space feels like a small butcher shop with a bar and is far from being the massive smokehouse/corner market that is the West Oakland location.
July 13, 2018

Pete Escovedo Plays a Birthday Bash at Yoshi’s

Even after all theses years, Mr. E at 82 remains a great Latin force.
July 13, 2018

The East Bay Connections of the SF Ethnic Dance Festival

The festival coninutes its ascendance from a tiny community event to one of the oldest and largest world dance festivals in the country.
July 13, 2018