Brown's Tunnels Could Start in 2018, and Delta Farmers Say They'll Be Devastated


Brown's Tunnels Could Start in 2018, and Delta Farmers Say They'll Be Devastated

The governor's $17 billion project recently got a big boost from the feds and two state approvals. But it also threatens a 150-year-old farming region.


Bright Sparks: While the Oakland Fire Department Takes Heat, a New Generation of Firefighters Comes of Age

New recruits don’t have to wait long before Oakland gives them some hands-on experience.


Lieutenant Governor Hopeful Gayle McLaughlin Wants to Take the East Bay’s Progressive Revolution to Sacramento

The former city of Richmond mayor and council member hopes that the idealistic brand of politics she championed in the Bay will attract statewide voters.


Doing Numbers: Behind the Scenes with SOB x RBE, the Bay Area's Ascendant – and Very Young – Rap Phenoms

The crew from Vallejo is on the rise, and without help from a major label.


The Recline of Movie Civilization: How Bay Area Theaters are Reinventing Themselves in a World of Netflix and Chill

Corporate cineplexes now feature La-Z-Boys and full bars, and millennials often stay home to cuddle. This means indie theaters are toast, right? Nope: Local art houses are finding success as ‘third spaces’ for unique community experiences.


Who Will Be There When You Call 911? Our Writer Plunges Into the World of For-Profit Ambulances.

From kickback schemes to political battles, Alameda County's emergency medical system has its share of issues.


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