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Save Oakland Libraries – “Read-In” Monday, June 20 at Oakland City Hall

June 16, 2011
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Save Oakland Libraries – “Read-In” Monday, June 20 at Oakland City Hall

In the face of a major budget crisis, Oakland is considering closing 14 of its 18 libraries, including Golden Gate on the Emeryville border. Other locations to be closed are Asian, Brookfield, Cesar Chavez, Eastmont, Elmhurst, Lakeview, Martin Luther King, Melrose, Montclair, Piedmont, Temescal, West Oakland, AAMLO, and the Tool Lending Library. Monday, June 20, Save

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How We Cook: A Fabulous One-Plate Meal for the Weekend

June 4, 2011
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How We Cook: A Fabulous One-Plate Meal for the Weekend

The gentle late rains have done wonders for my garden. Salad greens are in abundance and more are on the way. Salads grace our table daily, usually dressed in the house vinaigrette. Tonight’s one plate meal consisted of a green salad, roasted bell peppers stuffed with feta and walnuts, and simple bruschetta…sound good? If so, here

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Emeryville: A Retrospective

May 9, 2011
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Emeryville: A Retrospective

COMMENTARY ~~ My favorite phase of the tide of change reshaping the city was the flourishing of artists’ studios and co-ops. Relatively low costs, empty buildings, and a critical mass of creative people lent the town an enviable, almost bohemian air. Peter Voulkos, the great sculptor, dined at Bucci’s, and the walls of a

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How We Cook

May 8, 2011
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How We Cook

The Betty Crocker Cookbook was published in 1950. You can still buy the latest edition of this American classic, or simply go online to bettycrocker.com. Clicking on the featured recipe of the day, I find Potatoes Rancheros Casserole, which sports one box of Betty Crocker au gratin potatoes, a cup of taco seasoned cheese (they

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