Issue Archive for Jun 19-25, 2019 Vol. 41, No. 37
Without a budget to process state cannabis licenses or a reform to extend them, hundreds of existing license-holders could end up out of business.
by Dan Mitchell | Jun 19, 2019
The University of California has pioneered replacing employees with contractors. It's a cancerous trend.
by Elizabeth Ortega-Toro | Jun 19, 2019
A waterfront server farm cooled by the bay would be environmentally less impactful than one cooled via air conditioning. Or would it?
by Steven Tavares | Jun 18, 2019
Team appeals court decision requiring it to pay Oracle Arena's remaining debt. If the Dubs owners win this one, taxpayers could be stuck with the $40 million bill.
by Chris De Benedetti | Jun 19, 2019
Yeah, recycling has always been oversold.
| Jun 19, 2019
Mayor responds to president's latest Twitter threat with tough-sounding response.
| Jun 19, 2019
The annual LGBTQ+ film fest adds a Berkeley venue and seeks to broaden its representation.
by Lou Fancher | Jun 19, 2019
What to do when the same-old same-old loses its zing.
by Dan Savage | Jun 19, 2019
Family sitcom turns into depressing melodrama before our eyes.
by Kelly Vance | Jun 19, 2019
Worn-out movie subgenres don’t die either. Ask Jim Jarmusch.
by Kelly Vance | Jun 14, 2019
A second-generation restaurateur from Lagos brings Nigerian spices, flavors, and textures to Hayward.
by Katherine Hamilton | Jun 19, 2019
Following a debilitating accident, the Oakland musician is pioneering a new frontier of composition.
by Diego Aguilar-Canabal | Jun 19, 2019
Fake news: Bridge tolls are not coming to Alameda
by Steven Tavares | Jun 19, 2019
Dating website ranks Fremont as one of the most unfaithful cities in the U.S.
by Steven Tavares | Jun 20, 2019
Alameda County is projected to have an Asian-American majority-minority
by Steven Tavares | Jun 21, 2019
Hall of Fame trainer banned from Golden Gate Fields after another horse dies in SoCal
by Steven Tavares | Jun 24, 2019
Alameda County grand jury reports on Alameda, Urban Shield, Santa Rita Jail
by Steven Tavares | Jun 25, 2019
The historic, long-shuttered beloved Oakland BBQ joint is returning this summer as a pop-up.
by Katherine Hamilton | Jun 14, 2019