E’villains: Instagram Gallery of the people of our city

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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 Emeryville is. Emeryvillian? Emeryvillander? Emeryvillite? All of these sound way too awkward. We settled on “E’villain” (Like “Villain” with an E, get it?). We all know about Emeryville’s sordid past … so lets own it and show some E’ville Pride!

#Evillains Instagram Filter:

Note: The Instagram API allows for streaming only 20 images through this plugin. Follow The E’ville Eye Community News on Instagram @EvilleEye to see more and make your own contributions!

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Use the Instagram app (available for iPhone and Android) to capture images in Emeryville and the adjacent communities. “Hashtag” them in the caption by adding the “#” symbol in front of designated terms as such: #Evillains (no spaces, not case-sensitive).

The “Official” E’ville Eye Hashtagonomy:

#EvilleArt – Public Art, Street Art, DIY Art
#EvilleSpots – Architecture, landmarks, parks, trails, offices …
#EvillePets – The critters that we love so much.
#EvilleBites – Food & Drink photos from Emeryville Establishments.
#EvilleBeauty – Natural Beauty, Sunsets, The Bay, Flowers, etc.
#EvilleArchive – Historic Photos.

Rob Arias

is a third generation Californian and East Bay native who lived in Emeryville from 2003 to 2021. Rob founded The E'ville Eye in 2011 after being robbed at gunpoint and lamenting the lack of local news coverage. Rob's "day job" is as a creative professional.

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