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Oakland

Join the Oakland Public Library for the season one screening of The North Pole – the hit North Oakland based comedy about three friends attempting to stay rooted in their neighborhood while facing gentrification and global...

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In 2009 Oakland artist Gregory Kloehn kicked off the Dumpster Home project—an exercise in making small housing structures out of large garbage containers and other illegally-dumped materials. Now, Gregory’s eye for improvised architecture has led...

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Noodle Theory, the popular Asian Fusion/Ramen shop near the intersection of Claremont & College in Oakland, will reportedly be taking over the Eastern City Café spot in Oakland’s Golden Gate Neighborhood. The new restaurant on the Oakland/Emeryville...

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A fourth consecutive night of protests saw civil unrest breach the borders of Emeryville yet again. Marchers returning to Berkeley from Downtown Oakland along San Pablo Broke Windows at 7-Eleven, Bank of America and an...

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Last Tuesday, protesters originating from Downtown Oakland marched through North Oakland and into Emeryville breaking windows at the Subway franchise on 40th & San Pablo before being dispersed. Last night, an estimated 1,500 protesters from...

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Streetcars could be rolling through E’ville in the future, if transit planners get their way. The 61 page draft report of the much-anticipated Emeryville Berkeley Oakland Transit Study (or “EBOTS”) prepared by consultants CMS Smith has been released and...

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The FBI released its annual “Crime in the United States” report last week, and it showed that violent crime (murders, rapes, assaults and robberies) fell more than 4% nationally from 2012 to 2013, continuing a...

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Emeryville metal fabrication studio operator Joe Karr has been charged with murdering 43 year-old Southwest flight attendant Kelly Turner whom he was dating. The two were traveling together in Austin to meet Turner’s parents when...

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Good news E’villains! Bacano Bakery is finally set for its Grand Opening this Saturday, October 18th after a month-long soft opening period to work out the wrinkles. Their opening fills a need for local, fresh,...

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One of the most personally enjoyable posts I’ve written for the E’ville Eye was my “Rediscover E’ville’s most celebrated bar” article about Trader Vic’s back in December. I have an intense interest in Emeryville’s vast history...

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A selection of Emeryville-centric articles from around the web that residents might find of interest: Smashburger, a Colorado based burger chain that distinguishes itself with a process of “smashing” its burgers on the grill with...

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A selection of Emeryville-centric articles from around the web that residents might find of interest: Emeryville Resident, travel photographer and filmmaker Greg Roden directs & producers a show airing on PBS dedicated to advancing the...

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Two Carjackings including one in the normally calm Doyle St. Area highlight the August crime report (the first crimes of its type since March). The poor folks at Sunglass Hut continue to endure their share of...

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I’m currently in a small, ongoing battle with the city. The palms in the plaza at the end of my Park Avenue neighborhood have been dying a slow, painful death since they were planted in...

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Emeryville has spawned its share of originals. Trader Vic’s (originally on the Oakland side of the border, I know), Rudy’s Can’t Fail may have met this status and perhaps even Honor Kitchen & Cocktails or...

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The “Christie Core ” District 3 & 5 areas of E’ville saw a large spike in Auto Burglaries and thefts with “Honda Accords, Civics, and Toyota Corollas” amongst the most popular vehicles for thieves. Bay Street...

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It was the end of an era last week in Emeryville’s Triangle & Oakland’s Longfellow neighborhoods as the brick warehouse at 3900 Adeline met its demise to a demolition unit to make room for another...

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Now in its 31st year, tonight is National Night Out across the U.S. “NNO” aims to strengthen communities by establishing a rapport between local law enforcement and neighbors. A program “to heighten crime prevention awareness, generate...

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As someone who’s commuted down Mandela Parkway to Downtown Oakland via car & bike for over a decade and in fact lives one block from West Oakland, I can’t help but think “Oakland deserves better”....

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If you’ve ridden down San Pablo Ave. at Alcatraz or paused in front of Actual Cafe, you’ve probably seen them. White slender wood crosses marked by a sharpie with the name, age, date and sequential victim...

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Just a 15 minute walk from my home in Emeryville is a cute little gluten-free Southern comfort food restaurant called Grease Box located in Oakland’s Santa Fe neighborhood (Site of the former Crossroads Cafe that...

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Well E’villians, we knew we couldn’t keep it a secret forever. Eventually they were going to find out the truth about us: That we’re more than just a big shopping mall for the East Bay. That...

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Imagine our neighborhoods not bordered by roads and corralled by speeding vehicles spewing exhaust  … but by crowds of pedestrians and bicycle lanes. Instead of being confined to narrow sidewalks, being allowed to venture beyond them...

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Students, the ones that are most impacted by the policies implemented by their district, may finally be getting a voice in this decision-making process. Emeryville & Oakland are leading the way in the state by creating...

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