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June 25, 2024

What Love Means

When my partner and I started looking for our first home together, at the top of our must-have list was a yard for our 10-year-old Vizsla. Like most of his breed, “Mango” was athletic and sensitive—his favorite activities were running through Redwood Regional Park and curling up into a...
music in the park san jose
music in the park san jose
music in the park san jose
Taste Test: Our Food & Drink Issue!
April 22, 2024

Taste Test: Our Food & Drink Issue!

During periods when I spend a lot of time online, my world becomes smaller. Meals are sometimes the best chance for me to be present with real life, to be a human with human needs. Beyond necessary...
‘The Carbonator’ fights wildfire danger at East Bay parks
February 23, 2024

‘The Carbonator’ Fights Wildfire Danger at East Bay Parks

The East Bay Regional Park District may have found the wildfire-fighter equivalent of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s “The Terminator.” The most recent California drought is over. But it, and the bigger issue of ongoing climate change, left behind over 1,500...
Spring Rebirth
February 23, 2024

Spring Rebirth

Whether or not Punxsutawney Phil ends up being right about the early timing of its arrival, spring is on the way. And with it come the ever-hopeful expectations of brighter days, warmer temps and a chance to...
Learning Becomes Eclectic
December 27, 2023

Learning Becomes Eclectic

Celebrate the East Bay's diverse array of opportunities for discovery in this year's inaugural issue of East Bay magazine, featuring articles on the Bentley School, mental health support programs, handcrafted instruments, local food nonprofits, newt migration, chocolate shops, Cal Performances in February, and more.
East Bay Schools Prioritize Mental Health for Student Success
December 27, 2023

East Bay Schools Prioritize Mental Health for Student Success

Head-Royce School, Julia Morgan School for Girls, East Bay School for Boys, The Athenian School, Mills College at Northeastern University and Saint Mary's College of California provide a variety of counseling and support services to their student populations, including specialized programs for LGBTQ+, underserved and immigrant populations.
Flat Food to Feed People
December 27, 2023

Flat Food to Feed People

Community-based organizations are finding innovative ways to address food insecurity through bottom-up organizing, including Planting Justice, Community Kitchens Oakland, West Oakland Punks with Lunch, and Rogers and Rosewater, which are driven by the passion to take care of fellow humans.
Bentley School's Joyful Learning Culture for K-12 Students
December 27, 2023

Bentley School’s Joyful Learning Culture for K-12 Students

Bentley School's two campuses in Oakland and Lafayette offer a co-educational program with ambitious academic and social-emotional goals, a joyful learning culture, and financial assistance for 25% of students.
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