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1. Bits of Noir and the ABCs
Sinister sounds, crime yarns, and uplifting imagery define this month’s picks.
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2. New Music From Henry Kaiser article 100 %
3. Django, Kamau, and the Cornish Capital
Music and memoirs round out the new releases.
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4. Jazz Duets, Trail Running, and a Famous Thespian
Music, a manual, and a biography are up this month.
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5. Music, Basketball, and Symbiotic Relationships
Celtic sounds, Steph Curry analysis, and animal tales to entertain the masses.
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6. Cry, Prune, and Bicker
Tears, branches, and egos fall in this month’s roundup.
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7. Cops, Blues, and Family Dynamics
Two novels and a blues CD release capture bits and pieces of the East Bay landscape.
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8. New Guidebook Series Makes the Pacific Coat Trail More Accessible
A new four-volume set on the PCT from Mountaineer Press appeals to all hikers, not just those wanting to hike through from Mexico to Canada.
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9. Manifest Destiny, the East Bay Hills, and Show Business
Revisiting the Donner Party, East Bay hills history, and Tom Heyman.
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10. Birds, Natural Wonders, and Foot-Tapping Tunes
Two guides and choro music inform the mind this month.
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11. Releases for Mind and Soul
Animals & Giraffes’ July, My Little Hum’s Remembering Houses, and Edward Guthmann’s Wild Seed will get you thinking.
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12. Taste of the Town
Hudson Destined for Success as a New-American Brasserie
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13. Tasty Salted Pig Parts
It’s been a good year for salumi. In January 2008, Slow Food Berkeley hosted a Laboratorio of Salumi at Café Rouge in Berkeley.
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14. Best of Oakland & the East Bay 2008
Wow! Pop open the champagne, get ready to make some noise in Oakland and the East Bay. We’ve pulled out all the stops this year to honor 116 of the best.
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15. Taste of the Town
Last fall, Robin and I returned from a brief trip to Spain in a small plates state of mind. Barcelona was an endless stroll from one tapas spot to another, interspersed with visits to museums and Gaudi landmarks.
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16. Taste of the Town
Comal Puts an Upscale, Market-Driven Spin on Mexican Cuisine
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17. Utzutzu Offers Transcendental Sushi
Yume’s successor offers a transformative experience with Japanese cuisine.
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18. Review: Brotzeit Lokal Boathouse & Biergarten
Beer for breakfast. It wasn’t foremost in my mind when we planned a Sunday trip to Brotzeit Lokal. Nor do I advocate it as a daily indulgence. But we arrived around 1 p.m., so we’re really talking brunch. Also, I was having knackwurst with my scrambled eggs (poached not offered), home fries and toast ($10), and doesn’t a German pork sausage (flavored with juniper) just beg for a beer? Moreover, it was still October, so a pint of Ayinger Oktober Fest-Märzen ($6)—one of 16 rotating German, American and (a few) Belgian brews on tap here ($4.50–$8.50)—seemed perfectly appropriate.
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19. Taste of the Town
Even when as fine a new restaurant as Bocanova opens in Jack London Square, the puzzle of the area’s commercial revitalization awaits another missing piece. Even with their mouths full of exquisite stuffed plantains, everybody seems to be holding his breath, anticipating the grand opening of the six-story, 72,000-square-foot Jack London Market.
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20. Complex Cebiches
Pucquio takes Peruvian cuisine from commonplace to exceptional.
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