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A recent San Francisco Business Times article listed the top-10 Food & Beverage makers by revenue in the Bay Area. Three of these companies are Emeryville businesses and headquartered here in our city....

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Two years ago, the MTC approved $8.7M in funding for the expansion of the Bay Area Bike Share program to the East Bay. After an extensive outreach program, they unveiled three Emeryville Bike Share locations as...

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The Emeryville Police Department Crime Report for March includes 201 total crimes (up from 168 in February). Violent crime rose sharply for the month experiencing a 50% increase from last month and is up 63% for the year. District...

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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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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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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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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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Just three months ago, Governor Jerry Brown voiced his opposition to a statewide $15 minimum wage stating “Raise the minimum wage too much and you put a lot of poor people out of work” and noted the...

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The Anti-Police Terror Project (APTP) returned to Emeryville Council chambers at last night’s meeting. Previously, APTP had made appearances at Council and engaged in public comment to draw attention to releasing the Coroner report in the...

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Waking up to Helicopters circling above is never a good thing in our area. Emeryville released a rare Nixle Alert at about 6 a.m indicating the closure of San Pablo on 45th and 53rd due to...

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Friends and relatives of Kelly Turner were provided a bit of closure on Monday as Joseph Karr was sentenced to life in prison for her 2014 murder. Karr, an Emeryville-based metalwork artisan, was found guilty last week of...

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The gripping story of accused murder suspect and former Emeryville Bohemian Blacksmith Studio operator Joseph Frederic Karr is underway this week in an Austin, Texas courtroom. Revelations from the tragic case include the testimony that girlfriend Kelly Turner was...

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Five artists are vying for two Public Art commissions at the in-progress Emeryville Center of Community Life. Two artists are competing for a commission on the corner of 53rd and San Pablo and three are...

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The Emeryville Police Department Crime Report for February includes 168 total crimes (down from a 212 seasonal “spike” in January). The numbers were more in line with the February average of 157 crimes. Petty theft saw the sharpest month-to-month decline with a...

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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 community and provided closure for local skaters Alex...

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If there’s anyone I model The E’ville Eye after in the local online news space, It’s Berkeleyside.com. Berkeleyside is an independently owned, online news website founded in 2009 by veteran journalists Lance Knobel, Tracey Taylor and Frances...

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I guess it’s ironic that the “Rotten City” had become so, well prudish over the past few decades. Emeryville held a Special Study Session prior to Tuesday’s regular council meeting to reconsider our current regulations of Medical...

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Oakland’s Golden Gate neighborhood got a bit more vibrant this week with the soft-opening of Noodle Theory Provisions. Located on San Pablo Avenue just past the Stanford Avenue intersection, the strip is currently home to Namaste...

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Years ago, Emeryville was served by a network of trolley cars that connected to ferry terminals known as the Key System. This was discontinued in 1948 when the popularity of the automobile in tandem with...

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It’s kind of been one step forward, two steps backward in regards to Openings/Closures in Emeryville’s Triangle neighborhood lately. Well, they’re about a take a big step forward with the announced opening of a new Vietnamese Banh Mi...

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In the 80’s, Emeryville was known for having one of the highest percentages of artists per capita in the nation. Our Mudflat driftwood art left a lingering memory to those that grew up here, was...

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Zymergen, located in Heritage Square building across from Doyle-Hollis Park, is at the center of the gene-editing revolution using a breakthrough technique known as CRISPR (Clustered regularly-interspaced short palindromic repeats). A technique that has huge potential...

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Alright E’villains, we can all exhale. As previously reported what seemed like years ago, the Emeryville Ike’s Sandwiches will finally be opening on the corner retail unit of the Parc on Powell Development on Hollis & Powell. The Grand...

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While this hasn’t stopped a few locals from *ahem* “previewing” the spot, the official opening of the Joseph Emery Skate Spot is slated to finally take place on Saturday, March 19th. The finishing touches on the long anticipated Emeryville...

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