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Five Questions for Nicki Bluhm

Lafayette-born singer-songwriter Nicki Bluhm—who recently released a solo album, To Rise You Gotta Fall—talks about her East Bay roots, her passions, and her need to speak the truth.

Fall Fashion Guide

From textured knits and unstructured blazers to oversize outerwear and colorful plaid, these statement-making trends are all the rage this season.

Meet Walnut Creek Aquanuts Coach Kim Probst

Walnut Creek Aquanuts head coach—and former Olympian—Kim Probst gears up for the club’s 50th anniversary show.

40 Under 40 in the East Bay

Meet the East Bay’s most remarkable and inspiring entrepreneurs, chefs, business leaders, doctors, and scientists—who are all making waves in their industries before reaching age 40.
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Fall Fashion Guide

From textured knits and unstructured blazers to oversize outerwear and colorful plaid, these statement-making trends are all the rage this season.

2018 Best of the East Bay: Weddings

Take the jitters out of tying the knot with help from these nuptial experts, who ensure your special day will be picture-perfect.

2018 Best of the East Bay: Beauty

These destinations offer the latest treatments and trends, from fun and flirty blow-outs, to soothing lomilomi massages, to healing cryotherapy sessions.
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California Trail Opening

The Oakland Zoo celebrated the grand opening of its 56-acre California Trail expansion with cake, refreshments, and a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Guests were treated to a first look at the new permanent exhibition, which re-creates habitats for eight native California species, including the jaguar, grizzly bear, and gray wolf. Twenty-five years in the making, the California Trail aims to highlight the Golden State’s natural history while also promoting wildlife conservation.

Nourish Gala

The Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano hosted its biggest bash of the year at Round Hill Country Club in Alamo, where more than 200 guests gathered for cocktails and a silent auction before enjoying a three-course dinner with wine. The annual fundraiser supported the Community Produce Program, which provides about 250,000 pounds of produce each month to people in need.

Walk in the Wild

The 26th annual fundraiser for the Oakland Zoo drew 1,200 animal lovers, who explored the grounds while savoring delicious cuisine and drinks from more than 100 Bay Area restaurants, wineries, and breweries.

The View From the Kitchen

During this special event at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, New York Times food writer Kim Severson spoke with a trio of acclaimed female Bay Area chefs.

 

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What’s in Store: Menswear and Motor Vehicles

Men’s fashion comes to Blackhawk; two car dealerships roll in; a boutique fit for royal brides; and more.

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What’s in Store: Bigger, Better Outlets in Livermore

An exclusive jewelry event for brides; closings; and a Broadway Plaza update.

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What's in Store: A Sizzling Summer

Consignment week in Danville; Kiehl's opening at Stoneridge Shopping Center; and Zara comes to Walnut Creek.

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What's in Store: Summer Fads and Gifts for Grads

A cute kids’ bedroom store comes to Pleasanton; an update on Broadway Plaza renovations; and graduation gift ideas.

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2018 Faces of the East Bay

See the East Bay business leaders who are being recognized this year. >>


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