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Issue Archive for the Week of Oct 24-30, 2018

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News & Opinion

  • Courtney Ruby Wants Her Job Back

    Amid shocking reports of abuse and chaos in the Oakland City Auditor's Office, incumbent Brenda Roberts' predecessor is seeking to reclaim her office.
  • In Emeryville, It's the Future Versus the Past

    Two progressive council incumbents are seeking reelection against a former disgraced councilmember, while five candidates are running for school board.
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  • Peralta's Problems

    Amid the college district's financial woes, longtime incumbents William Riley and Linda Handy are facing a challenge from reformers, Cyndi Reiss and Corean Todd.
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  • Farms in Berkeley?

    Seeking revenues and hoping to provide consumers with locally grown buds, the city is preparing to allow large cultivation grows of recreational cannabis.

Arts & Culture

  • It’s Time for Mark Davis to Sell

    The Raiders franchise under Mark Davis has mostly been a dumpster fire. The solution? Davis should free the Raiders from his incompetence and sell the team to a new owner.


Food & Drink



  • Alameda Wine Shop’s Lease Terminated

    City officials say Alameda Wine Company repeatedly fell behind on its rent. Shop owner Karen Ulrich says she’s closing on Nov. 6.
  • As Kneaded Bakery Prepares for Grand Opening

    The woman-owned wholesale bakery will soon open its first brick-and-mortar in San Leandro, featuring unique loaves including honey rye porridge, sesame miche, and challah.

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