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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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A sad day for Emeryville as we lost 33-year old resident Daniel Mark Neil II to a horrific motorcycle accident. The crash occurred Thursday at 12:15 p.m. just east of Big Rock in San Rafael...

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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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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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For the second time in a month, gunshots were reported in broad daylight in the East Bay Bridge Shopping Center area along 40th Street [Correction]. On June 18th, a gun-battle between two vehicles took place...

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SF Chronicle freelance food writer Ethan Fletcher dedicates his latest column to our little 1.2 square mile wedge of the East Bay. Fletcher spotlights notable favorites that include Rotten City Pizza, Scarlet City Espresso, Commonwealth Micropub &...

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One of these days when the new development at 3900 Adeline is complete, people will talk about the legend of Acucare Oriental Spa. Even after the well-publicized raid in 2005, Acucare existed for nearly a...

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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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Berkelyside’s NOSH column first teased us with news of Southern California restauranteur Jay Porter’s latest creation nearly a year & a half ago. After some apparent construction delays, the much-anticipated grand opening of Salsipuedes is being reported...

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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 PD Crime Report for May includes 203 total crimes (up from 164 in March). A large component of this jump were the 70 auto burglaries filed (up 49% from April). The average for the month of May over...

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“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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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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Jonas Bernstein is a bit of an Emeryville Historian. He should be, he’s been doing business here for 17 years. Like any good business person, he pays attention to what’s going on around him and tries to...

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If you received a mysterious envelope in your mailbox from the City of Emeryville, don’t throw it into the Shredder just yet. Despite vague language calling itself a “Emeryville PBID Ballot” (Property & Business Improvement District), this...

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Small businesses and developers hate us, our schools are teetering on the brink of insolvency, the Emery Go-Round is threatened, residents keep getting priced-out and our beloved City Manager just bolted for Oakland. Overall, there seems to...

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Emeryville PD is reporting several shots were fired in the Pak N Save parking lot today at about 1:24 pm. A confrontation between the occupants of two vehicles led to two men in a black Lexus getting out and begin...

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Emeryville’s most famous tenant (besides Draymond Green?) will release its fifteenth movie overall and its first since 2013’s Monsters University. ‘Inside Out’ tells the tale of Riley, a hockey-loving, 11-year-old Midwestern girl whose family moves...

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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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It’s always been our ambition to bring some pride to our often overlooked, but fascinating city. Have pride in being an E’villain? Now you can show it by rockin’ one of our hand-printed, Golden State inspired...

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The significance of Friday, June 12th may have been lost on most of us. This was the day that Emeryville resident Aya Nakano’s life was senselessly taken from him two years ago, barely an hour from the day he would...

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More than 400 artists will participate in this year’s annual Pro Arts Open Studios East Bay regional event. Among those will be seven local Emeryville Artists mostly centered around The Park Avenue District. Works like those...

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The E’ville Eye started as a community passion project and spawned from the need for better communication & connectivity in our town. Nearly four years and over 400 posts later, we’ve reached over 5,000 subscribers and surpassed...

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The Broken Rack pool hall will celebrate its one year Anniversary of reopening in Emeryville on July 17th. It was a long process for owners Marilyn and Wayne Boucher after moving from the Public Market, but they’re...

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