Fires, Refugees, Traffic, Gentrification ... So Why Isn't Anyone Talking About Population? Feature

Fires, Refugees, Traffic, Gentrification ... So Why Isn't Anyone Talking About Population?

Even though population trends lie at the very heart of our national politics, the topic is oddly absent from our contemporary conversations.

News & Opinion

News City Audit Yells Fire in Crowded Berkeley

City Audit Yells Fire in Crowded Berkeley

Inquiry convened in response to Ghost Ship fire reveals that Berkeley Fire Department is not living up to its inspection guidelines.

Chronic Town The Surprising Federal Momentum on Cannabis

The Surprising Federal Momentum on Cannabis

Signs of life in Congress suggest that complete legalization may not be a pipe dream.

News Jail Medical Staff Facing Cuts With Closure of Glenn Dyer Jail

Jail Medical Staff Facing Cuts With Closure of Glenn Dyer Jail

The private medical provider in Santa Rita Jail is reducing its staff despite serious concerns about the quality of its care.

Arts & Culture

Arts Feature Genre Fiction for a Change

Genre Fiction for a Change

Aya de Leon's "Justice Hustlers" series pairs crime with social activism.

Staff Picks

Once on This Island

Contra Costa Civic Theatre
Going the Distance: Our Reach into Space

Going the Distance: Our Reach Into Space

Chabot Space & Science Center
Savage Love
Tie Points

Tie Points

How does a shy guy embrace his inner kinkster?

Food & Drink

Restaurant Review At Daryoush Persian Cuisine, the Saffron Shines Brightly

At Daryoush Persian Cuisine, the Saffron Shines Brightly

It’s in the kababs, the stews, the desserts, and even the tea.

Restaurant Review A Golden Safari Through Nigerian Cuisine

A Golden Safari Through Nigerian Cuisine

A second-generation restaurateur from Lagos brings Nigerian spices, flavors, and textures to Hayward.

Movies

Movie Review Toni Morrison Paints It Black

Toni Morrison Paints It Black

Portrait of the Nobel Prize-winning author, ‘Toni Morrison: The Pieces That I Am,’ tells it like it is.

Movie Review Who Caught Your Dinner?

Who Caught Your Dinner?

Eye-opening Ghost Fleet gives us something new to feel guilty about.

Movie Review
Leave Crime to the  Professionals

Leave Crime to the Professionals

Denys Arcand’s The Fall of the American Empire is more of a goofball comedy than a satire.

Movie Review
57,000 Channels and Nothing's On

57,000 Channels and Nothing's On

TV-show insider comedy Late Night makes its points, but needs sharper laughs.

Movie Review
He's Not Alone:<i> The Last Black Man in San Francisco</i>

He's Not Alone: The Last Black Man in San Francisco

Director Joe Talbot's debut feature is truly sad, but rewarding.

Staff Picks
Cereal Cinema at The New Parkway Theater

Cereal Cinema

The New Parkway Theater

Music

Music Brookfield Duece’s New Lease on Life

Brookfield Duece’s New Lease on Life

How the round of gunfire that almost took his life inspired the Oakland musician to rededicate himself to hip-hop.

Staff Picks

Thundercat

The New Parish

Emily Butterfly

Cesar Chavez Public Library

Copyslut

Cafe du Nord

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A guide to this holiday season's gifts, outings, eats, and more.

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