The first E’ville Eye candidate questionnaire was Park Avenue District resident John Bauters, next up is Triangle resident and mother of two, Dianne Martinez. Dianne represents the type of resident that Emeryville would like more of:...

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The Berkeley-Albany-Emeryville chapter of the League of Women Voters hosted a candidate forum for our city on Thursday evening at City Hall. Moderated by the LWV Chapter President Nancy Bickel, the four candidates including (L-R) John Bauters,...

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A selection of Emeryville-centric articles from around the web that residents might find of interest: Smashburger, a Colorado based burger chain that distinguishes itself with a process of “smashing” its burgers on the grill with...

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We reached out to our four City Council candidates and they all graciously agreed to an exclusive interview with The E’ville Eye. We established 15 questions that we hope will help you better understand who they...

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If history is made and measures are taken to reverse the climate change that everyone but FOX News acknowledges, it may very well have begun right here in Emeryville, CA. The Emeryville Amtrak Station hosted a...

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Comcast or AT&T? Expensive & Fast or Cheap & Slow? The old adage of “voting with your wallet” doesn’t really apply when you’re faced with the “choice” of Mega-corporation A or Mega-corporation B. This used to...

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A selection of Emeryville-centric articles from around the web that residents might find of interest: Emeryville Resident, travel photographer and filmmaker Greg Roden directs & producers a show airing on PBS dedicated to advancing the...

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Two Carjackings including one in the normally calm Doyle St. Area highlight the August crime report (the first crimes of its type since March). The poor folks at Sunglass Hut continue to endure their share of...

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Emeryville business roundup for the week: Emeryville favorite Hot Italian has become the first pizzeria in the nation to be REAL Certified by the United States Healthful Food Council. REAL Certification is achieved through a...

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I’m currently in a small, ongoing battle with the city. The palms in the plaza at the end of my Park Avenue neighborhood have been dying a slow, painful death since they were planted in...

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The sad and unfortunate passing of Robin Williams led to an interesting conversation with longtime Councilwoman Nora Davis at the last National Night Out event. Known for filming many of his movies in his Bay...

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Emeryville has spawned its share of originals. Trader Vic’s (originally on the Oakland side of the border, I know), Rudy’s Can’t Fail may have met this status and perhaps even Honor Kitchen & Cocktails or...

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In additional to Wednesday’s lunch market on Park & Haven behind City Hall, the Public Market has recently announced it is getting in on the Food Truck action. The inaugural weekly event will take place this...

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The Emeryville Police Department hosted a press conference yesterday in support of a bill authored by Assemblywoman Nancy Skinner that would establish a process for obtaining a temporary firearm restraining order for those deemed at risk of...

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The “Christie Core ” District 3 & 5 areas of E’ville saw a large spike in Auto Burglaries and thefts with “Honda Accords, Civics, and Toyota Corollas” amongst the most popular vehicles for thieves. Bay Street...

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The decisions by both Jennifer West & Kurt Brinkman to bow out of Emeryville Politics after a single-term opened up City Council to two new candidates. The official deadline to file candidacy papers closed on Wednesday, August 13th...

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It was the end of an era last week in Emeryville’s Triangle & Oakland’s Longfellow neighborhoods as the brick warehouse at 3900 Adeline met its demise to a demolition unit to make room for another...

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Our “E’ville Voices” guest blogger series was created to net a broader range of voices about our city in flux and initiate dialogue through opinion & conversation. Joining our guest blogger series is Planning Commissioner...

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If you’re not familiar with the #TBT or ”Throwback Thursday” phenomenon, it’s a popular weekly Internet trend that encourages users to post a reminiscent picture (baby, embarrassing haircut, fashion, etc.). The E’ville Eye has only been covering our city for three...

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Now in its 31st year, tonight is National Night Out across the U.S. “NNO” aims to strengthen communities by establishing a rapport between local law enforcement and neighbors. A program “to heighten crime prevention awareness, generate...

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As someone who’s commuted down Mandela Parkway to Downtown Oakland via car & bike for over a decade and in fact lives one block from West Oakland, I can’t help but think “Oakland deserves better”....

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If you’ve ridden down San Pablo Ave. at Alcatraz or paused in front of Actual Cafe, you’ve probably seen them. White slender wood crosses marked by a sharpie with the name, age, date and sequential victim...

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East Bay Express, the Bay Area’s only independently owned large-circulation newspaper is a local alternative to mainstream media with both online and print publications. In addition to feature stories and news, EBX has a weekly culture column,...

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The E’ville Eye helped initiate the conversation with its The 800-Pound Gorilla in the city is Housing article back in March. Exposing the direction of the city’s housing stock toward rental, its lack of rental controls...

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