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April 2017

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Features

Prefabricated Luxury Homes

Vallejo-based Blu Homes is bringing modern luxury to prefabricated housing.

Meet Danville's Race Car Driver

Tyler McQuarrie is a Danville dad with a penchant for speed.

Inside D.C. With Congressman Mark Desaulnier

As partisanship reaches a fever pitch, we talk to an East Bay representative about life in Washington, D.C.

25 Best Craft Cocktails in the East Bay

Here’s our guide to the East Bay’s craft cocktail scene, including profiles on some of the master mixologists behind the bar.
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Departments

The Oakland A’s New President

Dave Kaval wants to keep the team in town—and build a new ballpark to play in.
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Speak of the Devil

Produce Delivery

Emeryville-based Imperfect Produce is giving cosmetically challenged fruits and veggies a second chance.

Danville's Teen Fashion Star

Danville’s Gianna Pope leads a double life as a high school student and high-fashion model.

Shop Home Décor at Whim House

A new Danville boutique stocks treasures with clean lines and intriguing backstories.

Three East Bay Waterfall Hikes

This spring, you can hike to one of these waterfalls thanks to the heavy winter rain.

Upcycled Art

A new show at the Bedford Gallery displays art made from everyday materials.

Top April Events in the East Bay

Drink craft beer in Martinez; see Swan Lake in San Francisco; and more of this month’s top events.
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Food Scene

Cheap Eats: Homegrown Sustainable Sandwiches

Tasty sandwiches and and grain bowls are a must-try!

New: MoMo’s

MoMo’s is to McCovey’s restaurant (which it displaced) as AT&T Park is to Candlestick Park—it’s warmer, sleeker, and offers better food.

New: Ohgane

The fun at this all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ is grilling your own dinner in the dining room.

Update: Walnut Creek Yacht Club

Celebrating 20 years in May, this nautical-themed restaurant with a lively bar has only become more comfortable.

Meet the CEO of Urban Remedy

Here’s the scoop on why the organic food company set up shop in the East Bay

Produce Delivery

Emeryville-based Imperfect Produce is giving cosmetically challenged fruits and veggies a second chance.

Why Eating Out is Only Getting More Expensive

Will a burger soon cost $30? How rising rent, labor, and ingredient costs are jacking up East Bay menu prices.
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Web Extras

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Contests

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