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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 will hopefully make a dent...

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The successful defense of Net Neutrality by a 3-2 vote back in February ensured that ISP’s could not block, throttle or utilize paid prioritization of content. A battle that saw a collection of small internet activists (and...

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Emeryville City Council, eager to trail blaze ahead on their own path, heard a resounding “not so fast” from the public at last Tuesday’s Council Meeting in regards to Small Business. In contrast to the January...

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Sixteen year Emeryville Police Department Chief and combined forty year EPD veteran Ken James announced his retirement at the February 17th Council meeting effective June 30th. “That is terrible news” noted Vice Mayor Nora Davis whose 27-year career...

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The Wolfhound hosted its Grand Opening celebration last Saturday April 4th and the build up over a needed neighborhood watering hole did not disappoint. I personally missed out on the fun but it looked like a...

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East Bay Express food writer Luke Tsai is reporting a new “fast-casual” ramen establishment coming to Emeryville this fall. Shiba Ramen will be the first food establishment by Jake Freed and Hiroko Nakamura, a husband-wife tandem...

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In our attempt to cover as many perspectives of the $14.42/hr. living wage discussion as possible, we’ve reached out to a variety of stakeholders including the small businesses themselves who will be most directly impacted by...

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Another day, another Helicopter circling above Emeryville & North Oakland. This time it was an under construction house that abruptly collapsed. Miraculously, no injuries were reported but the adjacent home did appear to suffer some...

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The City’s proposed moratorium on housing back in February failed to pass by a 3-2 vote (a “supermajority” of 4-1 was required). This hasn’t stopped developers in our city from declaring a bit of a...

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Emeryville barely missed out on the recent sale of The Towers Office Complex and last year’s sale of Bay Street to UBS prior to Measure V going into effect, but appears to have landed its first...

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The Emeryville Police Department Crime Report for February includes a dramatic drop in crimes reported compared to January (143 vs. 235 total) and compared to this time last year (143 vs. 235, a 39% decrease). These...

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Back in April 2014, we reported that the San Pablo Avenue Bar “The Wolfhound” was targeting opening later that year. After some delays, the WWII era, subway-tiled bar that once served drinks as “The Streamline Lounge” is...

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The advocacy efforts of The E’ville Eye community are finally beginning to take root. Back in September of last year, I presented to council the benefits of embracing mobile technology to recruit residents to work for...

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Talk about a fantastic way to start your week. I personally nearly dropped my coffee on my morning dog walk with Fiona about 7:45AM when I looked up. A massive Double Rainbow coming from the...

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Examiner Art & Culture writer & Emeryville resident Cindy Rakel Warner reported on the rescue of an abandoned three-month old Elephant Seal pup Saturday at the Emeryville Marina. Bystanders discovered the pup under a bench along the...

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B-Side BBQ, which we reported through EBX closed last month, was slated to reopen in spring as B-Side Baking Co. Berkelyside is reporting that Tanya Holland’s latest venture is in fact open for business (We’re so...

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A 6:40pm shootout last night between at least two vehicles that began near the 4500 block of West street left at least two wounded. The incident apparently crossed the borders of the neighboring cities of Oakland &...

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Some good Emeryville News from around the web to start your week off. A local Berkeley transitional house was recently awarded an Emeryville IKEA Makeover worth $10,000. The Peet’s Headquarters on Park Avenue is involved in...

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Nora Davis, the six-term, 27 year Emeryville Councilperson and six-time Mayor has presided over a very transitional era of our town. In this exclusive interview, Davis reflects on how she got pulled into Emeryville politics, wins, losses...

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We’ve done Food, Pets, Public Art, Places & Natural Beauty … behold the latest photo gallery with contributions from the @EvilleEye Instagram Community: #Evillains! I’m honestly not sure of the proper nomenclature for what to call someone from...

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Emeryville will host the first of two planned community workshops tonight at City Hall at 5:30 pm to hopefully preserve the beloved, but crowded free transit system. In December 2013, a group of Emeryville property...

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Noodle Theory, the popular Asian Fusion/Ramen shop near the intersection of Claremont & College in Oakland, will reportedly be taking over the Eastern City Café spot in Oakland’s Golden Gate Neighborhood. The new restaurant on the Oakland/Emeryville...

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The Electronic Arts owned game developer Maxis that created the hit SimCity franchise abruptly shuttered its Emeryville studio doors yesterday. The announcement was made through Maxis designer Guillaume Pierre via Twitter and quickly went viral amongst...

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Back in June, we announced that Oakland’s Commonwealth Cafe was expanding into the old Cafe Bier spot on Adeline straddling Emeryville’s Triangle & Oakland’s Longfellow neighborhoods. They optimistically targeted an August 2014 opening date, but some delays...

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