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The much maligned construction of the Bay Bridge ($5 billion over budget and a decade late) has endured one folly after another and chipped away at their eroding credibility (The latest being the failed bolts along...

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In a story that is making national headlines and being billed as an issue of religious freedom, AMC is not relenting on what it is calling a violation of its zero tolerance policy toward weapons....

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Tuesday was the first official day on the job for new Emeryville City Manager Sabrina Landreth. The E’ville Eye has been granted an interview with Ms. Landreth that we hope to publish next week. Meanwhile, Albany...

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Aya Nakano was laid to rest on Tuesday, the victim of a senseless murder following a fender-bender at a stop light along Stanford in North Oakland. He was returning home from a pick-up basketball game at Cal around...

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A horrific car accident claimed the lives of two young men early Saturday morning near Boyd’s Auto Body along Powell. The cause of the crash is still being investigated. A string of tragedies have plagued our town...

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Not the story I wanted to report but apparently the search for Emeryville resident Beau Rasmussen has been called off after being missing for nearly a month. Reprinted from The Mercury News: Though searchers who have...

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An Emeryville man was shot to death in North Oakland late Wednesday, the night before his 23rd birthday, after getting into a confrontation with two men who collided with his car, police said. Aya Nakano...

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A shooting occurred in broad-daylight in the Public Market Parking lot on Friday, May 17th in case you didn’t hear or read about it. Chances are you didn’t hear or read about it because no mainstream press agencies...

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In what is being billed as a Cost-cutting measure AND an attempt to spur voter turnout, The Alameda County Board of Supervisors is slated to vote Tuesday on whether to shift elections to even years. Critiques of...

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Over the past several months, the City Council has been engaged in the process to bring on board a new City Manager. After a public questionnaire, dozens of candidates and months of interviewing, the City Council has selected...

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Evening work on the Maze will begin this week and noise and lighting disruptions are expected. The construction efforts are timed with the planned opening of the new eastern span of the Bay bridge scheduled...

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An Emeryville man who disappeared Sunday after he walked away from his friends at the finish line of the Bay to Breakers race remained missing on Tuesday and his family said his disappearance comes as...

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There’s no doubt that Pixar helped put Emeryville on the map and they have a history of being generous, but have they become the “Trophy Wife” in the complicated relationship with the city? Yes, they are Beautiful,...

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An appropriate day for a major victory declared for Bike & Pedestrian access throughout our city. Emeryville celebrated Bike to work day with the major announcement from Sacramento that the city had won its year-long legal battle...

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Winslow Lazer Norton (top), who also goes by the rap alias “Blanco” and his brother Abraham have struck a plea deal in their long-running federal case. Winslow’s Blue Star Corner residence was the subject of a recent...

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Do you want Emeryville to be more Bike/Ped friendly? The East Bay Bicycle Coalition is soliciting the public to determine which pending projects they should dedicate their lobbying resources to supporting. Amongst the list of 20 projects is...

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Luke Tsai — East Bay Express — Apr 23, 2013 Last week at the Temescal district location of Lanesplitter Pizza, two employees quit their jobs in dramatic fashion: At around 8 p.m. on Monday night,...

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The last time we reported on this story a year ago, The Apollo Crematorium on Horton’s move to East Oakland was being blocked by an emergency ordinance filed by Oakland City Council Member Larry Reid. The...

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Recently anointed Mayor Kurt Brinkman delivered the 2013 State of the City Address to the Emeryville Chamber of Commerce January 23rd at the Hilton Garden Inn. Brinkman was selected for the one year term as mayor by his...

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Patrick O’Keeffe will retire after seven years as Emeryville’s City Manager (replacing John Flores in 2006) and eleven years as the city’s Economic Development and Housing Director. There is a public reception to honor his...

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The Emery Unified School District held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on March 26th to celebrate the opening of the Family Resource and Wellness Center. The ceremony was attended by many of the local partners that made...

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Morning DEA Raid at Blue Star Corner

April 10, 2013 | 1 Comments

Park Avenue residents awoke to yet another staged raid on the corner of Halleck and Sherwin on Wednesday morning at approximately 7:30 a.m., this one was on a residencial unit at Blue Star Corner. It is unclear...

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Former Mayor and 6-term Council member Ken Bukowski survived an attempted armed-mugging last Saturday evening first reported by the Tattler while walking to the Watergate Condominiums (This story was not picked up on by the...

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Rick Holliday and Holliday Development, developers of our Emeryville Warehouse Lofts, is at it again after a four-year hiatus from E’ville. Holliday’s last Emeryville project was the 20-unit Blue Star Corner just prior to the 2008 real estate...

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