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Thursday’s Briefing: Oakland OKs Two More Uptown High-Rises; Alameda Renters Face 133-Percent Rent Hikes

Plus, Oakland removes homeless encampments after opening Tuff Shed shelter.

Local Docs Reveal the Invisible

Wednesday’s Briefing: Death Toll Reaches 15 in Mudslides; San Francisco Judge Blocks Trump’s DACA Decision

Plus, coroner says Oakland man Tased by police died of “excited delirium.”

Shiba Ramen's 2018 Comedy Series Starts Soon

Launched by two lawyers, the every-third-Thursday series features local comics and special drink deals.

Rebecca Stees Channels Her Mojo

An Alameda visual artist brings compelling muses to life in her collages.

Local Food Adventures Offers Oakland Restaurant Week Walking Tours

Each tour includes some of the seventy OFW-participating restaurants.

Setting Her Sights Higher?

Marilyn Ezzy Ashcraft appears to be preparing a challenge to Mayor Trish Herrera Spencer in the November election.

Too Many Rapes Dismissed

Three East Bay cities have some of the country’s highest rates of “unfounded” rape reports, raising questions about their investigations.

Tuesday’s Briefing: Oakland Councilmember Brooks Ordered to Pay $550K for Assault; Three Dead in Massive Mudslides

Plus, parts of the Bay Area receive record rainfall.

Stacey Hoffman Keeps Jazz More Than Alive

In the Name of Love represents the manifestation of a grassroots music movement for Living Jazz.