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Oakland's Coloso Coffee (1715 Webster St.) is throwing a goodbye party this weekend, but there's no need to totally freak out. The indie cafe is... [Read More]
Next week, the Port of Oakland's board of directors is scheduled to vote on a deal with CenterPoint Properties to build a massive 440,800-square-foot warehouse... [Read More]
Stories you shouldn't miss for Sept. 21, 2017: 1. Bigots scrawled anti-Semitic graffiti on the walls of Temple Sinai in Oakland early today, just hours... [Read More]
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Oakland Councilmembers Rebecca Kaplan, At-Large, and Dan Kalb, North Oakland, are scheduled to host a discussion on Monday about the city's efforts to create a... [Read More]
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In 1995, British playwright Sarah Kane premiered her final production, a provocative three-person play featuring rape, suicide, and cannibalism. It shocked London audiences with its... [Read More]
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Juhu Beach Club, one of Oakland's most beloved and critically acclaimed restaurants, will close in the coming months. Chef-owner Preeti Mistry announced the news yesterday... [Read More]
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Stories you shouldn't miss for Sept. 20, 2017 1. Gov. Jerry Brown's proposal to build two giant water tunnels suffered a serious setback when the... [Read More]
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After Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf quietly expressed her concerns to the organizers of a real estate industry conference scheduled for Thursday, the organizers removed a... [Read More]
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The Alameda County Superior Court has reversed its controversial decision to move all in-custody felony arraignments to a new courthouse in Dublin, amid criticism that... [Read More]
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Actor Alberto Sordi goes bonkers in bitter Italian satire. [Read More]
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UC Berkeley student activists have sought to rename Barrows Hall, which is named after a former campus president who helped colonize the Philippines. [Read More]
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The Bay Area nonprofit Jazz in the Neighborhood makes up the difference when venues come up short. [Read More]
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Judging by the title, Soft Sounds from Another Planet, the latest by Philadelphia psych-pop outfit Japanese Breakfast, sounds like it could be a '70s prog... [Read More]
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"Callousness to Inequality Is Dooming Climate Change Progress" by Jay Youngdahl, Raising the Bar, Sept. 13: Environmentalism v. Leftism Jay Youngdahl's column advocates that environmental... [Read More]
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Her new graphic novel, The Customer is Always Wrong, fondly recalls the more affordable days of Oakland. [Read More]
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For the second year running, Lake Merritt's northern shore will be jammed with cultural performances and vendors to celebrate the annual NorCal International Dragon Boat... [Read More]
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Oakland's biggest celebration of good food, Eat Real Fest, returns to Jack London Square this weekend for its ninth year. Bringing awareness to traditional food... [Read More]
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Jack London wrote of exterminating Chinese, the genocide of "lesser breeds," and the supremacy of the white race. [Read More]
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Is the giant electrified cross on public property merely a depiction of Christianity? [Read More]
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Local grower Joseph Snow has developed a natural farming method that he says will meet California's new mandate for cannabis to be free of pesticides,... [Read More]
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