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For years it was one of E’ville’s “best kept secrets” to those that wanted to avoid navigating the crowds, paid parking and the overall frenzy of AMC Bay Street. Perhaps it was too much of...

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Our compact city features quite a range of big, medium and small business establishments. Here are three that have made the news recently: New corporate headquarters for AAA A beautiful gallery of the recently redesigned...

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If Emeryville is ever going to reel in skyrocketing rents that are displacing not only low-income, but middle-class residents, they may want to keep tabs on whats happening across the bay in East Palo Alto...

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I guess it’s appropriate that the smallest city in the East Bay (and second smallest area-wise in the entire bay area after Belvedere) host the shortest Duathlon event. Typically the Shortest Triathlon Ever … the event...

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I still regret never having taken the Scharffen Berger chocolate tour at their 7th & Heinz Ave West Berkeley factory (I get teary reminiscing about the mimosa’s and chocolate pancakes at the neighboring Café Cacao …...

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Spiking gas prices, traffic, pollution, parking, insurance, tickets, down-payments, monthly payments, maintenance … it’s no wonder that America’s love affair with the car is dying a slow, painful death. All of these expenses could easily add up...

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Prosecutors March 27 charged an Emeryville man with murder, gross vehicular manslaughter and felony hit-and-run in connection with a fatal motorcycle crash that claimed the life of a U.S. Marine. Alexander Yohn, 23, was initially...

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Emeryville Man shot, killed in North Oakland

March 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

By Harry Harris Oakland Tribune - A man killed in a drive-by shooting Friday evening outside a North Oakland liquor store was identified by police Saturday as Shamarr D. Owens, 27, of Emeryville. A 24-year-old...

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The revolving pop-up events “DISPLAY Emeryville” return to the Public Market tonight with the first of three scheduled monthly installations. “Toys, Tech & Innovation” will show the connection of playfulness in us all while highlighting...

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Let’s get this out of the way. This is not an attack on renters but on policies that encourage rentals and discourage ownership. Policies that put renters at the mercy of corporations who are only...

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By Harry Harris, Oakland Tribune — An 18-year-old suspected car thief was arrested Tuesday night after a wild mile-long chase when he rammed two police cars, briefly drove in the wrong lanes of traffic, and...

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A small measure of justice for MiAndrew Rachel and his family was delivered on Friday when Godfrey Jamal Jackson (below) was sentenced to 60 years to life in prison for his murder. Jackson, initially charged in 2012,...

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Emeryville-based LED Bicycle light startup Revolights made a spirited appearance on the Entrepreneur panel reality show “Shark Tank” Friday March 7th on ABC. Their product is pretty awesome and it’s hard to imagine anyone who watches...

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I’ll never forget it because it was literally the week I moved to Emeryville (My tenure here literally “started with a BANG” On Aug. 28, 2003, Daniel Andreas San Diego allegedly detonated two bombs at the Novartis...

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As I’m finding out as a free agent in our complex Healthcare system, Emeryville and the surrounding areas have relatively few options outside of the major networks, forcing me and others I’m sure to neighboring...

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The EPD has issued a Nixle advisory that one of the suspects in a string of armed robberies in North Oakland has been spotted in Emeryville at the East Bay Bridge Shopping Center (Home Depot). All...

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Emeryville rode the wave of redevelopment money for decades and it looked like this wave may never break. 3 years ago, instead of gently coasting to the shore, this “wave” came crashing over the city leaving us with...

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A couple local Emeryville companies are making headlines in the business world: TubeMogul integrates the ability to buy video inventory in real-time across all devices, in multiple formats on one platform with ad serving, targeting, optimization...

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By Erin Ivie, Bay Area News Group In the largest bust since a ban went into effect in July, more than two thousand pounds of shark fin were seized from a San Francisco fish vendor....

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One of the ideas I’ve been “shopping around” to my neighbors and the city staff as a member of the Park Avenue District Advisory Committee is what I’ve coined “The Target Bullseye Dog run” named...

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#EvilleSpots: Instagram Community Photo Gallery

February 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

We’ve done Food, Pets & Art  … behold the latest Gallery with contributions from the @EvilleEye Instagram Community: #EvilleSpots! What are “EvilleSpots”? Architecture, landmarks, parks, trails, offices … places familiar with us “Evillians”. Let’s demonstrate to those that consider...

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Mom and Guard Foil Attempted Emeryville Child Kidnapping By Brian Shields A 19-year old with a history of mental problems is in jail after allegedly trying to kidnap a seven-year old girl. The victim and...

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Newly selected Mayor Jac Asher led off the inaugural city council meeting of 2014 with her State of the City address. “A just city” was a running theme throughout the speech as Asher looked to...

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One of the main objectives of this site besides communicating happenings in the city is to hopefully bring some pride to living in Emeryville. Our neighbors in Berkeley and Oakland have their own “vibe” and...

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Imagine an Emeryville without the Emery Go-Round: A city who already has the second highest level of childhood Asthma in the state and some of the worst bottlenecks in the county and convert those 1.6...

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Another Holiday season came and went for our town and the shopping “purge” safely behind us. I’ll have to admit that doing my own holiday shopping without having to set foot in a car or...

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A press conference was held on Wednesday at the site of the tragedy to announce that the reward fund for a conviction in the Aya Nakano murder case been increased to the substantial amount $100,000....

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As first reported by The Tattler and since confirmed by the Oakland Tribune, embattled EUSD Superintendent Debbra Lindo, whom announced her retirement in October, has been placed “on leave” and effectively being forced out. She...

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Last August, we reported that the plans to add a Macy’s to the Bay Street “Site B” area were officially dead. The site has mainly functioned as a seasonal Christmas tree lot & pumpkin patch...

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When I moved to Emeryville years ago, I considered Trader Vic’s an overpriced restaurant chain for out-of-towners celebrating their anniversary. It just seamed dated and tacky and it wasn’t very visible, nestled away in a...

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