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Chris Kresser Chronic diseases are the most costly and deadly health problems but also the most preventable. That's what's so maddening to Berkeley-based functional medicine... [Read More]
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The school district is investigating "questionable credit card charges" for expensive meals, cruises, and Disney tickets. [Read More]
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While many Oakland Chinatown restaurant spaces languish empty, others have been churning through concepts rapidly. The single storefront to see the most change in the... [Read More]
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In 2018, Assil earned her first James Beard Award nod and opened her second restaurant, Dyafa. That alone would be a significant achievement for any... [Read More]
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Layoff decisions must be made by Feb. 28. Possible cuts include classroom teachers. [Read More]
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On her Richmond restaurant Salute e Vita's last day, she gave away every meal for free and asked diners to donate money to their servers.... [Read More]
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After the arrest of the popular Richmond bicycle advocate at Oakland's First Friday, supporters organize 'Biking While Black.'... [Read More]
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Podcast East Bay Yesterday is one of the best, most accessible platforms for learning about Oakland's history — as its tagline says, it's "a show... [Read More]
All acupuncturists are not created equally. If you're looking for someone with deep knowledge and an empathetic, intuitive touch, look no further than Xiojing Wang... [Read More]
Story of Stuff... [Read More]
Before this year, rapper, producer, and activist Boots Riley was already a much-beloved local celebrity for his '90s hip-hop band The Coup. But then he... [Read More]
Daud Abdullah When is a trash can not a trash can? When it becomes a piece of street art, courtesy of mosaic master Daud Abdullah,... [Read More]
East Bay resident Thi Bui hit the bookstores, libraries, universities, and awards big time last year with the release of her 300-plus page graphic novel,... [Read More]
It plays out like a poor soap opera. [Read More]
It's pretty grim. [Read More]
"The Music They Played on 7th Street Oakland" needs repairing — and Ronnie Stewart is fighting for it. [Read More]
Once a campy stage show, Jay Vance's robot band is now thoroughly pissed off. [Read More]
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