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Here’s 12 Things We Tried (and Loved) at the 2015 Eat Real Festival

 
The Food Craft Institute’s 7th annual Eat Real Festival, the outdoor food extravaganza that showcases local, organic and sustainable fare, kicked off last week in Oakland’s Jack London Square.

We heroically sampled our way through many of the vendors’ more offbeat and unusual dishes, so here’s 12 stellar items that was there (and everything’s priced under $8, too.)

Nickeled and Dimed: How Commuting Costs and Utilities Affect Middle-Class Housing Affordability

 
510: Oakland is the seventh least affordable place to buy a house in the US (after hellish San Francisco), and it's getting less affordable, and when you factor in other cost of living expenses, it'll gobble up more than half of the average worker's salary.

Riaz Inc. has proposed two projects around the Fruitvale neighborhood in East Oakland

 
A young San Francisco-based developer, Riaz Inc has proposed two projects around the Fruitvale Station neighborhood that will combine for about 160 market-rate units at 37th Avenue and 47th Avenue. The firm will transform an old manufacturing shop and a Spanish-revival-style church into some of the city’s newest apartments.
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Owner: "IN-N-OUT Burger Will ‘Never’ Go Public"


09.20.2015In-N-Out Burger, the living testament to the art of the perfect cheap cheeseburger, only operates a few hundred stores in a handful of West Coast states–and the chain’s owner says the company will “never” go public.
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