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Category: Then and Now6 News2 Theater1 Arts Feature1 People Issue 20171

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Why the Curtain Fell Why the Curtain Fell During the Golden Age of cinema, Oakland and Berkeley boasted dozens of grand, historic movie palaces. December 16, 2015
The Real Brooklyn by the Bay The Real Brooklyn by the Bay Oakland is often compared to Brooklyn, New York. But did you know that much of East Oakland actually used to be called Brooklyn? February 03, 2016
Sausal Creek: An Oakland Watershed Reborn Sausal Creek: An Oakland Watershed Reborn The creek, which was once thought of as dirty and unsafe, is once again a treasured local amenity thanks to the work of a local nonprofit. September 16, 2015
Secret Staircases to the Past Secret Staircases to the Past Originally built to help Key System commuters avoid trekking up and down narrow winding streets, the East Bay's numerous hidden staircases are experiencing renewed popularity. October 28, 2015
A City for the Dead — and the Living A City for the Dead — and the Living Oakland's Mountain View Cemetery is filled with engrossing historical details, gorgeous landscape architecture, sunny meadows, and stunning vistas. March 09, 2016

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