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James Bouquin to Create a New Home for the Cancer Support Community

James Bouquin leads the charge in building a new, nature-based site for the Cancer Support Community San Francisco Bay Area.

Five Questions for Rita Moreno

At 87, legendary performer Rita Moreno is as in-demand as ever: Her Netflix sitcom One Day at a Time is returning for its third season, and she will appear in (and produce) Steven Spielberg’s upcoming remake of West Side Story. On January 19 and 20, Moreno will put on a show at the Orinda Theatre, just a few miles from her home in the Berkeley hills. Here, the Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony award winner discusses her storied career and her life in the East Bay.

East Bay Military Bases Get a New Lease on Life

Bay Area officials discuss their plans for converting former military bases into community centers, open spaces, tech hubs, and mixed-use developments—and the challenges they have to overcome to turn their visions into reality.

The East Bay Pet Owner's Guide

From the top dog-friendly trails, to local cat cafés, to products that help animals look and feel their best, here’s a pet owner’s guide to pampering and enjoying quality time with four-legged companions.
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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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Mysterium: An Evening of Mystery and Magic

Oakland’s Chabot Space and Science Center transformed into a magical, mysterious wonderland for its annual gala, which raised more than $240,000 for science education. The evening featured specialty cocktails, a multicourse dinner, a live auction, and a Halloween-themed after-party.

Bay Area Step UP for Down Syndrome Walk

Approximately 1,400 people participated in the annual family-friendly fundraiser at Pleasant Hill Middle School, which featured an array of activities—including mini golf, carnival games, face painting, and a pumpkin patch—as well as food trucks, music, and dancing. Proceeds benefited the Down Syndrome Connection of the Bay Area, which has provided vital programs, resources, and support for individuals with Down syndrome for 20 years.

Gourmet East Bay

In celebration of its popular November food issue, Diablo magazine hosted its 15th annual culinary extravaganza, which brought in nearly $4,000 for the Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano. Guests came together in Walnut Creek’s Broadway Plaza to enjoy mouthwatering fare from top East Bay restaurants; pours from numerous wineries, breweries, and distilleries; and DJ beats.

Art of Mixology

East Bay arts supporters found themselves in good spirits at this fundraiser for the Lamorinda Arts Council, as they sampled more than 20 craft cocktails created by local bartenders vying for the Audience Favorite, Art of Staging, Top Amateur, and Mixologist of the Year awards. The cocktail tasting and competition took place at Orinda Theatre Square and raised more than $10,000.

 

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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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