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1. Music, Basketball, and Symbiotic Relationships
Celtic sounds, Steph Curry analysis, and animal tales to entertain the masses.
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2. Django, Kamau, and the Cornish Capital
Music and memoirs round out the new releases.
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3. Bits of Noir and the ABCs
Sinister sounds, crime yarns, and uplifting imagery define this month’s picks.
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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. 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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6. Cry, Prune, and Bicker
Tears, branches, and egos fall in this month’s roundup.
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7. Hopscotch
Any time a restaurant becomes “my favorite new restaurant,” I begin to worry. In the case of Hopscotch, a classy hole in the wall on the western boundary of Oakland’s meteoric Uptown district, my concerns set in after our first visit; they were in full swing after dinners two and three.
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8. There’s More to Belfast Than Van Morrison
Belfast is on the rise as a travel destination, evidenced by the kind of food-and-cocktail consciousness seldom associated heretofore with the U.K., let alone Northern Ireland.
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9. Going to the Source
Meet the farmers and ranchers behind those Liberty ducks, Jones rabbits, Riverdog vegetables, and other foods gracing menus from A-16 Rockridge to Standard Fare.
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10. 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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11. A Berkeley Threesome Masters Mockery
Fresh from "Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping," Jorma Taccone and pals Andy Samberg and Akiva Schaffer keep the parody party going.
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12. Just What the Elmwood Ordered
The Advocate brings upscale Cal-Med dining with its own slant to the neighborhood.
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13. Guess Who’s Cooking Dinner
Kudos for a New Dining Concept
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14. Third Time Is the Charm for Angela’s
The new edition for Saboor Zarari is the most satisfying yet, pulling together European techniques, Afghan flavors, and Mediterranean ingredients.
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15. Taste of the Town
Comal Puts an Upscale, Market-Driven Spin on Mexican Cuisine
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16. 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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17. Taste of the Town
Faz Makes a Strong Bid as a Downtown Oakland Oasis
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18. Tambo Pleases With Peruvian Plates
Until you can make your own pilgrimage to the Andes, dip into the many appetizers, entrees, and desserts that chef/owner Patricia Rios has packed into her bountiful menu at Tambo where she radiates luminary charm and creates unpretentiously artful plates as pleasing to eye as to the palate.
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19. La Dolce Vita at Agrodolce in Berkeley
The Trattoria La Siciliana sister needs serious work on service, though it lives up to the D’Alo clan’s reputation for classics.
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20. 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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