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New BART cars will be assembled in Pittsburg... [Read More]
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The historic, long-shuttered beloved Oakland BBQ joint is returning this summer as a pop-up. [Read More]
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Warren surging in California presidential primary polling... [Read More]
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Worn-out movie subgenres don't die either. Ask Jim Jarmusch. [Read More]
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California Democrats may allow non-citizens to vote on party matters... [Read More]
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Heat leaves some Oakland and Berkeley residents without power... [Read More]
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New policy results in exactly the same chairman as in recent years. Plus, would-be successor to Rep. Eric Swalwell rethinks his campaign. [Read More]
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Oakland follows Denver's lead in decriminalizing psilocybin and other psychedelic plants. [Read More]
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The city's current budget season has become a veritable kabuki of familiar players and conflicts. [Read More]
Critics correctly blame the law for making it too easy to block housing construction. But it also fails far too frequently to protect wildlife habitat. [Read More]
With Live From the Freight & Salvage, Berkeley's venerable roots music venue makes a bid for national recognition. [Read More]
Berkeley's Wanted puts an Old West edge on halal food. [Read More]
As transgender art organization has evolved, many of its artists have relocated to The Town. [Read More]
Denys Arcand's The Fall of the American Empire is more of a goofball comedy than a satire. [Read More]
TV-show insider comedy Late Night makes its points, but needs sharper laughs. [Read More]
'We Are La Cocina' Features the recipes of some of the East Bay's best-loved food entrepreneurs. [Read More]
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