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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.
  • 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.

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Food & Drink

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Blogs

  • 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.

Most Popular Stories

  • Oakland’s Professional Polluters

    A pair of West Oakland businessmen have been dodging city regulators and prosecutors for years as they reap the rewards of illegal trash disposal and dumping.
  • Dogtown Sausage Serves a Hot Dog Worth Fetching

    Think beyond relish, onions, and mustard — top your dog with rainbow slaw, carrot-raisin salad, or housemade halal chili.
  • Excessive Water Consumption Killed Santa Rita Inmate

    The death of Jesus Dickey of Berkeley has contributed to mounting concerns about the state of mental health treatment in the jail.
  • Get Your Money, Murray

    I’m rooting for A’s draft pick and Heisman Trophy winner Kyler Murray to make the decision that brings him the most security and happiness, whether that lands him in Oakland with the A’s or playing quarterback in the NFL.
  • Unpretentious Cocktails

    Serious drinks and “mixologists” are out, replaced by consumer-driven lighter — and sweeter — cocktails.

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