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Great article. ..I am an ethical vegan and love to find out as much as I can not only with food but drinks. I am also a Peruvian and even though I had veganixed..many dishes I have not yet find an ingredient that makes the foam on Pisco sour..don't tell me beer because that gives it an orangey color NOT typical in Pisco sour...any other suggestions?
Studio One at 365 45th St in Oakland also shows movies at dusk on Fridays following Bites Off Broadway: Mobile Food and Family Fun with food trucks. This year's showings include Friday, May 29th: Rio 2, July 27th: Big Hero 6, July 31st: Maileficent, August 12: Annie (2014), Sept 11th: E.T., Oct 9th: Star Wars
If the 5 Historic Houses bike tour isn't long enough, you can make it a 6 house tour and start at the Dunsmuir-Hellman mansion.
You need to update this list with Mad Oak, Oakland's newest bar that has a beautiful roof top deck that overlooks a spacious urban patio.
The funny thing at Cheese Board Pizza in Berkeley is the sign on the grassy median where Cal students sit and eat..
it says Do Not Sit on the Median!
Ha! Like anyone is going to pay attention.
And let's not forget the great garden deck of the Townhouse Bar & Grill in Emeryville.
You forgot the Plunge in RICHMOND,
Good review of some local bike rides! I would, however, quibble with is your suggestion to cross the estuary on the Park Street bridge. That requires either using the narrow pedestrian walkway where you're required to walk your bike, or navigating the unpleasant steel grid bridge deck. A better option is to cross via the Fruitvale Bridge, then follow the 7th Street bike route that takes you under 29th Avenue and onto Embarcadero.
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Nice comprehensive look at some local rides. In terms of the Pinehurst ride, I like to take BART to Lafayette, depart through the back entrance and cycle over to the Lafayette/Moraga off road bike trail, past St Mary's, then to the EBMUD reservoir and do some birdwatching before cycling through Canyon and the redwoods before coming up Pinehurst and have lunch on the bench where it intersects with Skyline, look at views of Mt Diablo before heading back via Old Tunnel Road, Snake or Shepherd's Canyon. A great 3 or so hour ride with some hills and great vistas, sun and partial shade. I've also written about the Niles Canyon ride here but biker beware!
love this!!!!! tea on wheels. best tea ever. faves so far are mrs. rooiboson and jade fade. can't wait to see you in the neighborhood!
Jason , there are plans available to build a shipping container homes and you don't have to be a builder or architect !! Visit here for more info http://howtobuildashippingcontainerhome.blogspot.co.nz/
How about just bring your own tupperware and get a discount?
This has long been a pattern worldwide in developing countries. I suggest readers wiki "favela."
I also suggest the award-winning film "City of God."
The bottom line is that the inequalities of capitalism need to be faced up to. There's no simple workaround.
Anyone in Maine who does Tiny Homes or could help with what goes along with building one? I'm very interested! Tired of renting and am wanting to build my own
What about Katrina Cottage style communities, arranged in a court with common land?
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