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The City of Emeryville is asking you to “Put down your phone, pick up a poem!”. As part of the Poet Laureate program of Emeryville in partnership with the ETMA, are launching “Poems on the Emery Go-Round”....

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As part of our commitment to covering Emeryville, we will post monthly crime statistics reported by the EPD through CrimeReports.com. The Reporting Matrix lists the category and number of crimes reported by district. The spreadsheet...

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Emeryville Business roundup for the week: TubeMogul, a video advertising platform located on 53rd, made its IPO debut this morning. Peninsula-based MadeSolid which formulates and manufactures advanced materials for 3D Printers is profiled in a popular online...

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Honor Kitchen & Cocktails has been such a great addition to Emeryville, but it sure is lonely over there. The obscure but popular establishment is often so cramped, I wish there was an alternative within...

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Love Our Neighborhood Day Instagram Gallery

July 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

What a great event for our communities on Saturday and what better way to relive it than a gallery of photos curated by the Instagram community (Note: Not all hashtag filtered photos will be relevant to Saturday’s event). From...

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Well E’villians, we knew we couldn’t keep it a secret forever. Eventually they were going to find out the truth about us: That we’re more than just a big shopping mall for the East Bay. That...

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Oakland Police Officers, attempting to conduct a traffic enforcement stop of a stolen vehicle, were involved in a short pursuit yesterday in West Oakland at approximately 10:20 a.m. EPD K-9 unit “Basco” and his handler Officer...

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Imagine our neighborhoods not bordered by roads and corralled by speeding vehicles spewing exhaust  … but by crowds of pedestrians and bicycle lanes. Instead of being confined to narrow sidewalks, being allowed to venture beyond them...

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Welcome back Secret News! Emeryville’s first pro-resident news blog, started in 2008, has been on hiatus for nearly a year while editor Lillian (AKA Tracy) Schroth recovered from an RSI injury that limited her use of a...

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Students, the ones that are most impacted by the policies implemented by their district, may finally be getting a voice in this decision-making process. Emeryville & Oakland are leading the way in the state by creating...

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A selection of Emeryville-centric artists being profiled from around the web including Berkeley artist Tyler Hoare whom was one of the original contributors to Emeryville’s famous mudflat sculptures. Hoare’s recent Red Baron installment has helped keep...

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Berkeley Mayor Tom Bates is seeking a regional minimum wage increase that would jointly raise the minimum wage of Berkeley, Oakland, Emeryville, Alameda, Albany and El Cerrito to $12.82 per hour by 2017. The State...

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Our efforts to prevent Cafe Aquarius from closing back in December through our Change.org online petition were unfortunately for naught, but I’m proud of the outpouring of support and the willingness of E’villains to fight for a...

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The Navitas group will reportedly buy Ex’pression College for Digital Arts for $13 Million. Navitas chief executive Rod Jones said the acquisition would provide subsidiary SAE Institute Group with a significantly expanded footprint in the...

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Aya Nakano would have turned 24 on June 13th. A recent University of Oregon graduate with a bright future, it’s not hard to picture him thriving today with a sociology degree and a minor in communication...

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As part of our commitment to covering Emeryville, we will begin posting monthly crime statistics reported by the EPD through CrimeReports.com. An archive of monthly crime statistics provided can be viewed on the city website. REPORTING...

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The offerings of the Emeryville Triangle neighborhood are about to grow substantially. In addition to the recently announced in-the-works Scarlet City Espresso Bar, Commonwealth Café & Public House will be opening a British style “Micro pub” at 3986...

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Since the Park Avenue Districts’ 2006-2011 renovation, the shady, tree-lined street has mostly remained a secret among the small local workforce and few residents. Slowly but surely, the street-level retail area of the David Baker designed Emeryville...

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In a short message distributed to the public, first-term Councilmember Kurt Brinkman announced he will not be seeking re-election. Brinkman, citing business & family commitments, has withdrawn from consideration opening the field for two new...

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The race for the seat vacated by termed-out Nancy Skinner is winding down. Amongst the eight candidates is five-year Emeryville “Christie Core” resident Sam Kang. Kang is one of five democratic party candidates vying for one...

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Highway 80 commuters who pull off at the Powell exit to fill up at the Shell Station may be in for a bit of shock … it’s gone! It will be back though. The redesigned 1/2...

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Cafe’s have been called the new urban social hubs and regardless if you partake in the daily ritual, I think most will agree that “the more the merrier” (Especially if they’re not the green mermaid...

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It’s not always obvious, but there are some pretty important things happening behind the scenes in Emeryville. Groundbreaking Biofuels (Amyris), lifesaving vaccines (Novartis), Oscar-winning films (Pixar) of course … but did you know that our...

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LeapFrog loses $11.5 million in ‘exceptionally tough’ quarter Emeryville based educational toy-maker LeapFrog Enterprises Inc. lost $11.5 million in this first fiscal quarter as its sales plummeted 31% from a year ago. CEO John Barbour called...

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Santa Cruz county assistant superintendent Dr. John J. Rubio was named Emeryville School Superintendent on Wednesday by the Emeryville school board beating out 60 other applicants. The board that oversees a district of 726 students in two...

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An early Sunday morning crash claimed the lives of two people including an Emeryville resident. 21-year-old Duwan Palmer of Emeryville was pronounced dead shortly after the crash and 28-year-old Kenisha Lewis died shortly after at Highland Hospital in...

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Thank you for visiting The E’ville Eye Community News. We set out over two years ago with the goal of being a community resource for Emeryville and the adjacent communities by spotlighting happenings & initiating important conversations....

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A selection of Emeryville-centric articles from around the web that residents might find of interest: Aquatic Park getting some much-needed attention Our friends at Berkeleyside are reporting that one of the most promising but neglected...

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Considering the massive yearly turnover in Emeryville residents (75% every 8 years is what I’ve been told), not too many of us current residents were around for the initial early 90′s battle surrounding the kilometer-long...

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On April 9th, The Metropolitan Transportation Commission’s Programming and Allocations Commission unanimously approved funding for the continuation and expansion of the Bay Area Bike share program. Last Thursday April 23rd, this was finalized with approval from the...

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