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Minimalism Art Deco Defines Amy Hamley Ceramics

The East Bay transplant with a talent for porcelain dishes, serving ware, and planters makes the ceramics functional and pretty.
July 10, 2018

Monday’s Briefing: Peralta Colleges Facing Huge Budget Cuts

Plus, Bay Area’s first urban BMX park to open in Richmond.
July 09, 2018

Containing the Slag

Selby Slag has been leaching heavy metals into the bay for more than a century, but some residents worry that a proposed cleanup may cause more harm than good.
July 09, 2018

An Alameda Blacksmith Is Behind Alice Waters’ Favorite Egg Spoon

Shawn Lovell hand forges the $250 iron spoons Waters’ daughter Fanny Singer started selling online at The Permanent Collection in March.
July 09, 2018

Utzutzu Offers Transcendental Sushi

Yume’s successor offers a transformative experience with Japanese cuisine.
July 06, 2018

Vodka Made With Fog Returns to Hanger 1

​Hanger 1 mixes chenin blanc and viognier grapes with fog collected from San Francisco’s Mount Sutro for its limited edition Fog Point 2018 vodka.
July 06, 2018

Regina Jackson of EOYDC Takes Risks in the ‘Killer Corridor’

The dynamic CEO communicates clear expectations and then does whatever it takes to help kids succeed.
July 06, 2018

Property Owners Hope to Move the Alameda Election

A group called Alamedans in Charge is attempting to block just cause protections and defeat progressive pro-tenant candidates.
July 06, 2018

5524 Manila Is a Major Craftsman Charmer

Built in 1912, this Rockridge home maintains its original 1912 character but adds 2018 sensibilities.
July 06, 2018

Subpar Is Leaving Alameda

Subpar Miniature Golf owner Mike Taft expected to expand his popular business at Alameda’s South Shore Center. Instead, he’s leaving the city entirely.
July 06, 2018