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Arts & Culture

If you’ve ever dreamed of seeing your child participate in competitive gymnastics, the road to the Olympics may very well begin in Emeryville. Head Over Heels Athletic Arts (HOH), has been training toddlers, children, teens,...

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Emeryville Celebration of the Arts, Inc., announces that the 31st Annual Emeryville Art Exhibition will be on display at the EmeryTech Building, located at 1475 66th Street in Emeryville. The annual juried show, featuring works...

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After a successful Kickstarter campaign and premiere last week at the Grand Lake Theater to a sold out audience, ‘The North Pole’ political comedy made its online debut this week. The seven episode web series...

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Baseball may be coming back to Emeryville if members of the Planning Commission and Council approve the latest “Sherwin Stadium” plans. Lennar development spokesman Kevin Ma confirmed in an email that they were shifting course on their...

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It’s easy to take for granted the Emeryville Shoreline and the beauty it brings to our city. We also take for granted the personal sacrifices and determination of those that fought to save this valuable land during...

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The University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA) launched a region-wide celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love with its exhibit “Hippie Modernism: The Struggle for Utopia.” The...

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After the end of an eleven day strike stemming from a price dispute, Dungeness Crab season is back. Our Emeryville Marina presents a convenient opportunity for locals to get a piece of the action. Fish Emeryville’s fleet...

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Quite a few residents have mourned the loss of Emeryville’s famed Utility Box public art that were painted over last summer. The familiar pedestrian figures have become synonymous with our town and celebrated as a way of...

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The Bertollino family and their Kha Shing motor yacht “Meyer” took home the annual Emeryville Marina Christmas lights competition last week. Magdalena Bertollino and her husband decked their yacht from bow to stern in a festive assortment...

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Lennar Multifamily will be hosting a community meeting tonight at the ECCL to solicit ideas for the Sherwin-Williams park space as part of a negotiated agreement by PARC. 3.5 acres of the 10 acre project are slated...

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Emeryville residents and neighbors were treated once again to a somewhat distant, but convenient view of the annual SF Fleet Week (SFFW) event. The Blue Angels announced their presence on Friday afternoon with a flyover, causing curious residents and...

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Buried at the “tail-end” of five hours of city meetings on September 6th was a resolution for the Halleck-Beach Dog Park. A project that had just been an idea for several years but was recently buoyed by a community...

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The Park Avenue District, long hailed as the Arts District for the city, will host the 30th Emeryville Art Exhibition it was announced today in the below press release. The Pelco building at 1550 Park Avenue has been...

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The Sierra Club “Solo Sierrans” are a group of singles over sixty who have begun facilitating regular Emeryville Marina group walks. Trail leader Vera Lis regularly leads a small group along our picturesque Emeryville Marina as part of their...

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The Emeryville Mudflat Sculptures were an anonymous folk art sculpture garden that utilized trash and driftwood as its medium for public art. Considering how it was constructed and the materials used, its power and intent were ultimately to...

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