City has no rules on preserving number of single-room-occupancy rooms as investors eye micro-apartments and beer gardens.
by Darwin BondGraham on May 18, 2016
The second-annual event takes place again at City Hall this Sunday, May 22.
by Sarah Burke on May 18, 2016
Some argue that the current strategy for a community choice energy system fails to adequately prioritize local energy generation — and the well-paying jobs that come with it.
by Jean Tepperman on May 18, 2016
Sets you shouldn't miss at the fifth edition of Wine & Bowties' homegrown art and music festival.
by Nastia Voynovskaya on May 18, 2016
Passing is a contagion. One great passer begets a chain reaction.
by Blake Gillespie on May 18, 2016
Whit Stillman's own personal Jane Austen.
by Kelly Vance on May 18, 2016
Don't dwell on the fact that, for the first time since last year's NBA Finals, the guys in blue and gold blew home-court advantage. Remember how that series ended? Exactly.
by Nick Miller on May 18, 2016
The East Bay artist uses music as a form of therapy, and her album Mental Mayhem illuminates some of the dark places she's been.
by Pendarvis Harshaw on May 18, 2016
Aka, the high five.
by Mark C. Anderson on May 18, 2016
He'll bring his new book, How To Smoke Pot (Properly), to the Oakland Museum this Friday.
by David Downs on May 18, 2016
Clooney, Roberts, Foster caught in Wall Street panic.
by Kelly Vance on May 13, 2016
The Berkeley public intellectual and prominent Bernie Sanders supporter has a multimedia platform to examine America's rigged political system — and blaze a trail for reform.
by Sam Lefebvre on May 11, 2016
As 'Arc,' Oakland filmmaker Tooth sculpts light to channel energy into City Limits gallery.
by Sarah Burke on May 11, 2016
Though they suspended their hunger strike after seventeen days, the Frisco 5 say the fight against a racist criminal justice system continues.
by Nastia Voynovskaya on May 11, 2016
Dystopia on five clichés a minute.
by Kelly Vance on May 11, 2016