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Arts & Culture

Amid the ongoing discussion of the Oakland Raiders possible move back to Los Angeles (they have since pulled their bid after losing the support of NFL owners), Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf is forging ahead with her plans to sell A’s...

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It was a busy day of philanthropy and community outreach for Warriors star forward Draymond Green yesterday. On the final day of a three-day break after a brutal seven game road stretch that saw their record-breaking...

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Well E’villains, we didn’t get a ticker-tape parade down Hollis for Draymond, but we did successfully lobby the city to honor him with the Key to the City. Something that will take place at City Hall...

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Some sad news reported by EPD Chief Tejada at Tuesday’s Council Meeting as one of our famous Emeryville Wild Turkeys has passed. It had nothing to do with Thanksgiving though, the jaywalking bird had apparently suffered an injury and then...

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Pixar’s perfect streak of debuting #1 at the box office may have come to an end with its recent release of Inside Out (thanks to stiff competition by the Hollywood blockbuster “Jurassic World” which more...

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Oakland Magazine, which describes itself as “essential reading for keeping up with one of America’s most engaging and underappreciated cities”, recently profiled some of its tiny neighbors entertainment gems including areas to “Eat, Drink, Shop & Play”....

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Emeryville Celebration of the Arts announces the Annual Emeryville Art Exhibition, a juried show featuring works of more than 100 artists and craftspeople – both established and emerging – who live or work in Emeryville....

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Change is coming to West Oakland. Not everybody is thrilled about it, but if the results of our WOSP poll a year ago were any indication, most West Oaklanders are ready for some sort of...

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If I was indeed ever able to turn The E’ville Eye into a full-time profession, I’d make a conscious effort to write more about our history. Emeryville is so rich in history, yet so little of it...

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Nearly four years ago when The E’ville Eye was in its infancy, we spotlighted the injustice of the demolition of “The Spot” DIY skatepark built by passionate local skateboarders under the MacArthur Maze. Shortly after its...

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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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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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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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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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PRESS RELEASE: Thousands are expected to take to the streets of North Oakland and Southwest Berkeley this Saturday, May 30, from 11 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. for car-free fun at the 2nd Annual Love Our...

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E’ville is no stranger to fame and we provided a fairly comprehensive list back in August. One we failed to mention that has come into the spotlight recently because of the success of the team he...

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Emeryville Poet Laureate Sarah Kobrinsky’s exodus from E’ville made headlines recently mostly because it came at the hands of a Planning Commissioner. Kobrinsky gives SF Chronicle reporter Ryan Kost a tour of our city (that she refers to...

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The Pallet Space, the colorful antique and artist collective and important part of the Golden Gate neighborhood’s thriving art scene, quietly shuttered last December. The space was envisioned as a place for artists and philosophers to find inspiration while...

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*WARNING* This post contains material not appropriate for all ages and some might find offensive. The 2011 erotic romance novel by British Author E.L. James and subsequent movie release touched off a phenomenon and mainstream...

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The work of Vietnamese-born, Emeryville-based artist “joSon” will be on display at San Francisco Botanical Garden’s Helen Crocker Russell Library of Horticulture through April 30th. “Fotanicals” will feature 25 works from his 2013 book “Intimate...

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Emeryville Artists Co-op profiled on HuffPost

January 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

Founded in 1973, The Emeryville Artists Co-op has structured itself as a non-profit, limited-equity housing cooperative and expanded to nearly 60 studios in three buildings over the years. It is considered “a national model for affordable...

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E’ville seems to be on quite a roll as of late. Recently profiled in the popular “Why I love series” on The Bold Italic and pronounced “California’s Digital Capital” by Google, now we’ve “made the big...

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One of the most personally enjoyable posts I’ve written for the E’ville Eye was my “Rediscover E’ville’s most celebrated bar” article about Trader Vic’s back in December. I have an intense interest in Emeryville’s vast history...

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When I was a child, I remember clearly the moments I watched Martin Yan’s Yan Can Cook at home with my mom. Chef Yan was always personable, entertaining, and has proven that he indeed “can...

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