Issue Archive for May 9-15, 2018 Vol. 40, No. 31
A network of East Bay women provides immigrant residents with legal help and psychological support.
by Alicia Medina Segura | May 9, 2018
From tame topicals to designer trees, there's something for every mom.
by David Downs | May 9, 2018
The impending Warriors-Rockets series is the matchup hoops fans wanted. It’ll feature the NBA’s two best teams and America’s best basketball city: Oakland.
by Chris De Benedetti | May 11, 2018
Criticized for 'backroom dealing,' the city council continues to pursue exclusive, no-bid deals to offload public property.
by Darwin BondGraham | May 9, 2018
by East Bay Express readers | May 9, 2018
She crossed the line when she surreptitiously recorded councilmembers. Also, Alameda should think seriously about amending its city charter.
by The Editorial Board | May 9, 2018
Community democracy before the age of Occupy.
by Jay Youngdahl | May 9, 2018
The Jack London district will see nine new murals created from start to finish.
by Hannah Strumwasser | May 9, 2018
Plus, fading luster and a distressing diagnosis.
by Dan Savage | May 10, 2018
The German filmmaker's neglected masterpiece screens in Berkeley.
by Kelly Vance | May 9, 2018
In the mostly true film, the Jewish protagonist uses jokes to survive.
by Kelly Vance | May 1, 2018
At the new Jewish deli, modern meets traditional and Montreal meets Berkeley.
by Janelle Bitker | May 9, 2018
Underground artists— many sex workers themselves — are raising awareness of a congressional bill package that undermines sex workers' safety.
by Sam Lefebvre | May 9, 2018
He's best known for his funny viral videos, but that might change after he plays Blurry Vision.
by Madeline Wells | May 9, 2018
by Kathleen Richards | May 9, 2018
by Kathleen Richards | May 10, 2018
They allege that campaign donations were tied to a controversial housing project and violate the city's campaign finance law.
by Steven Tavares | May 10, 2018
by Kathleen Richards | May 11, 2018
by Gabrielle Canon | May 11, 2018
by Kathleen Richards | May 14, 2018
The OUSD board wasn't told about the deal until last week and says it interferes with their efforts to plan school facilities and enrollments.
by Darwin BondGraham | May 14, 2018
by Kathleen Richards | May 15, 2018
The ruling paves the way for developer Phil Tagami to move ahead with a fossil fuel export hub that could ship millions of tons of coal per year to overseas markets.
by Darwin BondGraham | May 15, 2018
by Momo Chang | May 11, 2018
by Janelle Bitker | May 11, 2018
by Momo Chang | May 14, 2018
by Azucena Rasilla | May 11, 2018
The festival will take place Oct. 13-14 at Middle Harbor Shoreline Park.
by Janelle Bitker | May 15, 2018
by Janelle Bitker | May 16, 2018