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Greek Pasta Salad

My kids and I are gearing up for a trip out west (my husband is devastated that he’s saving his time off for later this summer and is therefore …

Go Wild! 7 Recipes With Wilder, More Nutritious Herbs and Greens

Yesterday Cambria shared an interesting, slightly alarming <i>New York Times</i> article about the lack of nutrients in modern supermarket produce compared …

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Mid-Week Menu: A16, Brotzeit Lokal, and Berkeley Ice Cream Drama

Welcome to the Mid-Week Menu, our weekly roundup of East Bay food news.<p>1) Oakland’s booming Italian restaurant scene now has another heavy hitter: …

oakland's lost & found.

The newest addition to Oakland’s Rockridge neighborhood is Lost & Found, a gorgeous curation of oddities, furniture and art. Lost & Found is the …

For each quarterly issue of Edible San Francisco magazine this year, I am doing a “farm to table, in one afternoon” story to show the…

For each quarterly issue of Edible San Francisco magazine this year, I am doing a “farm to table, in one afternoon” story to show the origins of a dish served at a San Francisco restaurant. For the last issue I visited Annabelle’s farm in Bolinas, and in the current issue I traced an ingredient for Namu Gaji, a New Korean-American street food restaurant.<p>Kristyn Leach is the farmer at Namu Farm, a one-acre plot dedicated to the restaurant an hour outside the city. She picked red mustard with her …

TRIED + TRUE: FLYAWAY TRICK

hair<p>photos/text: Kristin Ess graphic design: Eunice Chun<p>Flyaways can be a real buzzkill. You get this gorgeous blowout but then you have a crown of …

Articles about photographer qa derek shapton on Dwell.com - Dwell

This was Derek Shapton's first shoot for Dwell and it will certainly not be his last.<p>Have you always wanted to know more about Dwell's photo shoots and the amazing photographers that we get to work with? Well...<p>Whenever we have a story in Canada, we know we can count on Alexi.<p>Get lost in Alaska …

Shop Like the Local You Are :: Holiday Edition

Just when you think Oaklandish has reached their maximum coolness, they raise the bar and blow you away once again. The most recent occurrence was …

The Best Plus-Size Dresses To Help You Sparkle On NYE

When it comes to party dresses, we're magpies — pretty much anything sparkly piques our interest in a pretty major way. But, fortunately, there’s one …

strangewood:

“I try to find fluidity in whatever I speak about or show. It should be like I’m taking your hand, taking you through the film. I’m not really telling a story, I’m telling you what cinema is in my life.”<p><b>Agnès Varda</b><br>Born May 30, 1928

Grumpy Cat's Movie Deal: The Most Insane Revelations About the First Cat Celebrity

Late last night, the <i>Wall Street Journal</i>blew the collective mind of its readers by announcing that Grumpy Cat—the one-year-old, Arizona-based housecat and Internet meme—has teamed up with Hollywood producers to “produce and assemble a package for a<i>Garfield</i>-like feature film with the famous frowning …

West Oakland Youth Center almost completed, but may remain closed due to budget issues

Back in 2008, when local residents and organizers began planning a teen center, they couldn’t know that as it neared completion in 2013, the $190,000 …

Memorial Day

Cold Splinters spent the long weekend on a familiar stretch of the Maine coast, wet and cold from the rain that didn’t seem to let up for more than a …

Remembering Ray Manzarek, Keyboardist For The Doors

<i>This interview was originally broadcast in 1998.</i><p>The mythology surrounding The Doors has centered largely on its lead singer, Jim Morrison, who died under mysterious circumstances in 1971. Morrison is still considered one of rock music's tortured poets and sex gods, but instrumentally, The Doors' …

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The impending release of new episodes of cult favorite <i>Arrested Development</i> is pretty much all I can think about these days — and it seems Etsy sellers are on the same wavelength. In fact, the Etsy community has translated their enthusiasm for the Bluths and their twisted-yet-hilarious family …

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Umami Mart opens specialty Japanese bar and kitchenware store in Old Oakland

Kayoko Akabori and Yoko Kumano, friends since college, recently opened a new store called Umami Mart in the heart of Oakland’s historical district, …

The Outsiders

In March of 1980, a school librarian by the name of Jo Ellen Misakian wrote to Francis Ford Coppola and, on behalf of the students at Lone Star …

Illegal Monsanto GMO wheat found in Oregon

A farmer in Oregon found a patch of wheat growing like a weed where it wasn’t expected, so the farmer sprayed it with the herbicide Roundup. …

Veep Season 2 and Julia Louis-Dreyfus’s Legacy of Likable Unlikability

“You are the queen of confrontation. You’re my new hero.” —Jerry to Elaine, <i>Seinfeld</i> (“The Ex-Girlfriend,” Season 2, Episode 1)<p>Julia Louis-Dreyfus’s …

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Tigerbeat Campbell: Mad Men is the Massage (S6E3 “The Collaborators”)

Why were there so many poems with the word “dick” in it? What was so provocative about dicks?