Issue Archive for Dec 12-18, 2018 Vol. 41, No. 10
With its thriving businesses and large immigrant population, Fruitvale is uniquely Oakland: diverse, welcoming, family-oriented, community-minded — and too-often overlooked.
by Azucena Rasilla | Dec 12, 2018
Oakland's cannabis program has come under fire for not providing enough funding to equity participants. But a new $10 million state fund could help solve some of the city's problems.
by Nisha Balaram | Dec 12, 2018
OUSD, like the city itself, is highly segregated. But unlike Berkeley, Oakland has never attempted to desegregate its public schools.
by Nuria Marquez Martinez | Dec 13, 2018
Sheriff's deputies allowed ICE agents into a locked area in Santa Rita Jail to arrest an immigrant woman who had committed no crime.
by Darwin BondGraham | Dec 11, 2018
A recent study suggests that artificial lighting makes it harder for birds — and perhaps humans — to fight off West Nile Virus.
by Sarah Belle Lin | Dec 13, 2018
by East Bay Express readers | Dec 12, 2018
The award-winning cinematographer's new video installation premiers at the Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive.
by Brandon Yu | Dec 12, 2018
Bringing Tumblr porn and an older boyfriend home for the holidays.
by Dan Savage | Dec 11, 2018
Actor Lucas Hedges is the only thing saving the movie from itself.
by Kelly Vance | Dec 12, 2018
Coming to a big and small screen near you.
by Kelly Vance | Dec 5, 2018
There are few things better than catching up with friends over beer, bubble tea, and grilled meat.
by Katherine Hamilton | Dec 12, 2018
The new book documents decades of music festivals and their inherent conflicts.
by Madeline Wells | Dec 12, 2018
Find a steady stream of live music and DJ nights at Lakeshore Avenue's new lounge.Find a steady stream of live music and DJ nights at Lakeshore Avenue's new lounge.
by Silas Valentino | Dec 12, 2018
by Darwin BondGraham | Dec 12, 2018
by Robert Gammon | Dec 12, 2018
by Robert Gammon | Dec 13, 2018
by Daniel Lempres | Dec 13, 2018
Meanwhile, San Francisco is suing UrbanCore over an unpaid $5.5 million loan.
by Darwin BondGraham | Dec 13, 2018
by Robert Gammon | Dec 18, 2018
by Katherine Hamilton | Dec 14, 2018
The sandwich shop will have a similar menu with more vegetarian options and may open as early as January.
by Momo Chang | Dec 18, 2018
Plus, Arizmendi’s Emeryville location is closed until further notice due to a fire.
by Katherine Hamilton | Dec 18, 2018