Browse by Year

Issue Archive for the Week of Dec 10-16, 2014

Digital Edition

News & Opinion

  • Out with the Old, In with the New

    The top New Year’s Eve events the East Bay has to offer. Plus a few in San Francisco.
    • Tags:
  • The McClymonds Football Nightmare

    After officials deemed a transfer student ineligible, an undefeated team lost its shot at the playoffs — and it’s the students from West Oakland who will suffer.
    • Tags:
  • When Police Kill

    The non-indictments of police officers in Ferguson and Staten Island prove that our justice system is rife with conflicts of interest and needs immediate reform.
  • Police Censorship Defeated — for Now

    The decision in Oakland to reinstate the Urban Dreams curriculum was a victory for social justice and a defeat for censorship.

Arts & Culture

  • Hot Dog!

    Oakland native J. Otto Seibold, famous for his zany children's books about a dog named Mr. Lunch, brings his illustrations off the page at the Contemporary Jewish Museum.
  • Border Crossings

    As part of the artistic production MobileInTent, Oakland artist Ann Schnake staged a spatial intervention at the U.S.-Mexico border with collaborators from Berlin and Guadalajara.
  • Gender Solid

    On keeping up with gender identities, and supporting an asexual teen.

Movies

  • One Night Stands

    Repertory film listings for December 11-17

Food & Drink

Music

  • Xerox and Move

    Rich Jacobs is a visual artist, curator, musician, and skate archivist who learned everything he knows by dodging Big Gulps as a young punk in Colorado.
    • Tags:

Blogs

Most Popular Stories


© 2017 East Bay Express    All Rights Reserved
Powered by Foundation