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E’ville Biz: Bacano, Teacake bakeries among rash of recent Emeryville Restaurant and Retail closures

May 4, 2016 | 5 Comments

Bacano Bakery sadly announced their closure on April 5th. They held a final sale to bid farewell to the community they adopted over a year and a half ago. In addition, Bay...

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Minimum Wage Ordinance

Bacano Bakery sadly announced their closure on April 5th. They held a final sale to bid farewell to the community they adopted over a year and a half ago. In addition, Bay Street’s Teacake Bakery closed in...

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Crime

I looked at Emeryville Police Officer Ron Shepherd with wide eyes and breathlessly asked, “Did he have a gun?” My shaking hands gripped a gun outfitted with a laser I had just used to shoot...

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Food & Drink

It’s been nearly two and half years since the Public Market announced the lease-signing of an 800 square foot food stall by Peruvian chef Carlos Altamirano slated to be called “Chicharron”. The bad news is that...

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Local Businesses

Bacano Bakery sadly announced their closure on April 5th. They held a final sale to bid farewell to the community they adopted over a year and a half ago. In addition, Bay Street’s Teacake Bakery closed in...

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Development

The proposed Sherwin-Williams development will be the biggest residential project within Emeryville for the foreseeable future. It will have enormous impacts on not only the Park Avenue District neighborhood, but the entire region. Neighbors have expressed concerns ranging...

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Arts & Culture

Draymond may have deserted us for Berkeley after signing an $85 million dollar deal, but it appears that his legacy in our city will live on. The results of a Twitter poll initiated by Chronicle...

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Local Government

Emeryville has jumped into a political battle involving the transport of Coal to an export terminal being built at the former West Oakland Army Base. A project being spearheaded by prominent Oakland developer Phil Tagami who’s resume includes the rehabilitation of the Fox theatre...

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Opinions & Commentary

I looked at Emeryville Police Officer Ron Shepherd with wide eyes and breathlessly asked, “Did he have a gun?” My shaking hands gripped a gun outfitted with a laser I had just used to shoot...

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Community Voices & Interviews

Charlandra Rachal, who goes by “Char”, is one of the few people I’ve met from Emeryville. Char was born here, came up through the Emeryville school district, in fact, her young son Khalil is a third generation Emeryville...

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History & Archive

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Pacific Coast League Baseball in Emeryville: The History of the Oakland Oaks Ballpark

April 21, 2016 | 7 Comments

As the 2016 baseball season kicks into full swing, it’s a great time to remind residents of Emeryville’s rich baseball history. East Bay baseball has its heart and soul in Emeryville as the home...

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Photo Galleries

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Gallery: Joseph Emery Skate Spot Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

March 21, 2016 | 0 Comments

The sun shined on Emeryville on Saturday as the city held its ribbon cutting ceremony for the long-anticipated Joseph Emery Skate Spot. The park opened to rave reviews by the local skate...

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