#EvilleSpots: Instagram Community Photo Gallery

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We’ve done Food, Pets & Art  … behold the latest Gallery with contributions from the @EvilleEye Instagram Community: #EvilleSpots! What are “EvilleSpots”? Architecture, landmarks, parks, trails, offices … places familiar with us “E’villians”. Let’s demonstrate to those that consider Emeryville one big shopping mall for the East Bay that there’s a lot more to our city than Bay Street & IKEA! Thank you for your contributions and collectively help paint a picture of the vibrancy of our city!

Use the Instagram app (available for iPhone and Android) to capture moments in Emeryville and the adjacent communities. “Hashtag” them in the caption by adding the “#” symbol in front of designated terms as such: #EvilleSpots (no spaces, not case-sensitive). Follow The E’ville Eye Community News on Instagram @EvilleEye.

The “Official” E’ville Eye Hashtagonomy:

#EvilleArt – Public Art, Street Art, DIY Art
#EvilleBeauty – Natural Beauty, Sunsets, The Bay, etc.
#Evillains – Residents of Emeryville Enjoying themselves.
#EvillePets – The critters that we love so much.
#EvilleBites – Food & Drink photos from Emeryville Establishments.
#EvilleArchive – Historic Photos.
[instapress tag=”evillespots” piccount=”100″ size=”140″ effect=”fancybox” title=”1″]

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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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