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January 2018

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A Dream Deferred

Thousands of undocumented youths in the Bay Area enjoyed temporary protection to live and work here under a federal program called DACA. As the White House phases out the program, these young people wait anxiously to see if the country they grew up in will let them stay.

Old-School Remix

Get the party started with these twists on five classic cocktails—all created by East Bay bartenders. From a modern old-fashioned to a fruity take on the G&T, here’s what to pour at your next gathering.

Live Well Now

Expert advice to kick off 2018 right—plus, your insider guide to the area’s top health and wellness experiences.
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Law and Order

Diana Becton looks to restore Contra Costa County’s scandal-plagued District Attorney’s Office.
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Speak of the Devil

The Lowdown on Lodi

As the largest producer of wine grapes in the country, Lodi is emerging as the next oenophile destination to watch.

The Year of Living Generously

Start 2018 on a positive note by volunteering your time for a good cause.

Mall Grown Up

Concord’s first new shopping center in decades puts a fresh spin on an old commercial concept.

Balancing Acts

The Peking Acrobats dazzle with gravity-defying moves and jaw-dropping precision.

Top January Events in the East Bay

Food, festivals and fun events to enjoy in the new year.

Born to Rock

The founding members of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club have been playing together since their East Bay high school days.
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Food Scene

Pour It On At CDP

The next-generation bar and lounge CDP makes casual dining fun—and instructive.

Cheap Eats: April 8 Cafe

Loco for Hot Cocoa

Cure the cold-weather blues with a sweet treat from Berkeley’s Casa de Chocolates.


East Bay seafood restaurants serve up classic dishes with contemporary twists.
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Web Extras

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