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In the Neighborhood

Many of us pass the Bayside Park elder community on 40th Street without thinking too much of our neighbors that dwell inside. Active seniors can often be seen strolling the Park Avenue District neighborhood or...

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Glidezilla, a ‘mass SUP Downwinder’, took place on our bay last Sunday, August 6th. The inaugural, recreational event was created and coordinated by Emeryville Marina tenants Barbary Ghost and KGB Kiteboarding and co-sponsored by Mike’s Paddle of Alameda....

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About a year ago, the Public Market made announcements of two new tenants that would be opening food stalls. Both The Periodic Table and Fish Face Poke have recently announced that they will be opening...

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Back in April, it was revealed that The Park Cafe group would be taking over the Actual Cafe/Victory Burger spaces after owner Sal Bednarz announced their closing. The new cafe will be the fourth in...

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Recently signed Oakland Raider running back Marshawn Lynch will reportedly be taking over Scend’s Restaurant on San Pablo. The North Oakland native’s plans for the space have not been detailed but reports are that he’ll...

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Navi Kitchen, the much hyped “Cal-Indian” cafe by rock star chef Preeti Mistry, will finally unveil its highly anticipated pizzas to the neighborhood on Saturday, July 15th. Since the establishment opened back in April, neighbors have...

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Newly launched program celebrates the state’s diverse and abundant cultural treasures The “Rotten City-Emeryville” Cultural Arts District has been selected as one of California’s premier state-designated cultural districts, the California Arts Council announced today. The...

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Emeryville-based Clif Bar joined forces with Rise Against Hunger in the fight against food insecurity at the Emeryville Center of Community Life last week. Nearly 400 Clif Bar employees volunteered their time to package meals to fight...

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When Jennifer Tejada took the helm as Chief of the Emeryville Police Department in 2015, the EPD was in the wake of an officer-involved shooting that rocked the agency. Ken James retired as chief shortly after and...

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The hyperlocal media was on hand for Pixar’s 14th “Motorama” event last Friday. The event is held every other year, and gives Pixar employees an opportunity to show off their own special vehicles and share their love of...

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East Bay Yesterday, a podcast “about history, but it’s not stuck in the past,” emerged last year and has gained the curiosity and admiration of local history buffs. Creator Liam O’Donoghue has quickly built a library of important stories cataloguing East Bay history....

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Barbary Ghost boat Captain Drew Testwuide shares his love of the water, paddle boarding and his “First Mate” Niko through his boating charter business. Drew recently added a social paddle with dogs Stand Up Paddle Boarding (SUP) event on Saturday mornings....

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A mysterious pirate “ship” silhouette was sighted along the Emeryville Marina cove on Monday immediately sparking the curiosity of Emeryville neighbors. The piece, it was learned, is intended as a tribute to the 36 lives lost at the East...

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Students, parents and city officials gathered at the ECCL today to unveil the latest amenity to the facility. “Wallholla” is a new vertical play structure designed and manufactured in the Netherlands and is only the second installed...

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2016 Emeryville Condominium Market Summary

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Emeryville’s Real Estate market started off strong in 2016 with more homes sold in the first quarter than the previous year. Overall, the total number of homes sold decreased by 6% in 2016. As a...

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Emeryville has been selected among a large pool of applicants as a semi-finalist for a pilot California Cultural District designation. The program’s intent is to assist Californians in leveraging the state’s considerable assets in the...

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Patatas Neighborhood Kitchen is nearly ready to open their doors to the public after announcing their intent to move into the former Commonwealth space back in July 2016. They’ve previously been operating as a delivery only service for the...

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Have you ever wondered what’s behind the doors of the colorful building at 6400 Hollis Street AKA “Jellybean Square” (so nicknamed as it was once a facility used by the Herman Goelitz Candy Company who became the Jelly Belly...

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For a city so rich in history, I’m often perplexed why Emeryville’s History is so buried. We have no museum, historical places are often unmarked and online resources are few. In fact, if you want to learn...

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Artist Tyler Hoare’s famed Red Baron “flew” again at the Emeryville Marina last Saturday May 6th. An estimated crowd of thirty or so fans gathered to watch the tradition that last occurred in 2012. The installation was transported...

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The long standoff between Snoopy and the Red Baron finally yielded a victor as artist Tyler Hoare’s iconic piece “crash-landed” into the bay earlier this week (perhaps on “May Day“? ;). An Art.com building employee captured...

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The long anticipated grand opening of Paradita Eatery at the Emeryville Public Market will finally take place today. Paradita is the sixth venture by Peruvian Chef Carlos Altamirano. “I am thrilled to open Paradita; it embodies the welcoming, cheerful...

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His name is unforgettable, and so is his art. Mark Bulwinkle is the artist behind those whimsical steel plate silhouettes scattered around the East Bay Bridge Shopping Center. His “The Traffic Jam” pieces are arguably the lone bright spot...

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It was perfect spring weather and it seemed as if every family within a square mile was on hand for the annual Emeryville Spring Carnival and Egg Hunt held at Doyle-Hollis Park. Our included photo gallery, captured...

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