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Have we reached peak tone-deafness? Probably not, but a $30,000 anti-homeless broadside from a fake advocacy organization will be hard to beat.
Breed and Mirkarimi's former chief of staff has a long history of community organizing within District 5.
The Oakland representative, who turns 72 today, is mulling a bid to replace Rep. Joe Crowley, who famously lost to a 28-year-old outsider, as the caucus chair.
Immigrant parents will have more voice over their children's education — with a huge caveat that ICE can access their registration information.
Sarah Burgess' Mamet-like play about financial markets (at Aurora Theatre through July 29) centers on a woman for whom "outthinking any potential adversary and having power over them turns her on."
Stop by and marvel at the specter of a sitting U.S. president selling out the country to a foreign dictator.
After last year's successful run, 2018's iteration is bigger and better — and at a new location.
An instant delight opens in the central Richmond, centered on a wood-fired oven.