Minimum Wage Discussion

If you drop by your favorite establishment and notice that sandwich or burger is 20% more than you remembered, don’t blame them for being greedy (A BLAT Sandwich at Rudy’s is now $12.50, Bucci’s raised their prices...

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The Emeryville Police Crime Report for June includes 189 total crimes (down from 203 in May). The normally tranquil neighborhood of Park Avenue experienced a series of commercial burglaries with Plum Organics in particular being hit three times. Plum was also...

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Food & Drink

Amid rising labor, health care, rents, food costs, and throw in drought and fuel related surcharges, it’s a wonder why anyone would want to open a restaurant in this business climate. I can’t imagine living in a...

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Local Businesses

“I’ve never bought anything at IKEA that I wouldn’t pay 10% more for to support a Living Wage. Really, I wish they would take a leadership role in this.” This was my public comment at the...

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Despite a housing crisis fueled by low inventory, a unanimous planning commission approval, hundreds of man-hours by staff and their subsequent recommendation for approval, concessions of public benefit including inclusion of affordable units, public art and...

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Arts & Culture

A recent Contra Costa Times article details something many of us are curious about; living on the picturesque Emeryville Marina. The article details “dock living” around the East Bay including our own Emery Cove. Within the...

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Local Governement

The future of the Emery Go-Round is mired in uncertainty as the current funding framework called a PBID (Property & Business Improvement District) is set to expire next year. The City has drafted a new PBID that...

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Opinions & Commentary

Four-term Berkeley Mayor Tom Bates considers himself a “Regionalist”. Regionalism is a political ideology that focuses on the interests of a particular region or group of regions. In other words, doing what’s best for the entire...

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Community Voices & Interviews

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 opinions, conversation and storytelling. Joining our guest blogger series is 19-year old,...

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History & Archive


E’ville Fame: Celebrities, Athletes and Musicians that have crossed paths with our city

August 26, 2014 | 3 Comments

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...

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Photo Galleries


E’ville Action: Shoreline Cleanup, Bike Share Expansion, Fuel Cells at IKEA, Citywide Climate Action Plan

April 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

In honor of the forthcoming 2015 Earth Day celebration and shoreline cleanup event, we thought it a good time to spotlight a few good things happening in the community that...

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