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Tuesday Jul 4, 2017
- Contemporary conveniences, great setting in Oakland home
Thursday Jul 20, 2017
Twice a week, The Chronicle features a home on the market that caught our eye for its architecture, history or character.Cascading gardens, multiple decks and patios, and a gleaming kitchen await within this reimagined traditional home in Crocker Highlands.The home opens to a stylish foyer that segues into a living room with a wood-burning fireplace.Coffered wall panels and an arched alcove accent the formal dining room, while the gleaming contemporary kitchen boasts stainless steel appliances, a subway tile backsplash and a serving window that looks into the family room.Multiple patios and decks — including one built around a mature tree — highlight a scenic, landscaped backyard.The Walk-Through is produced by Sentinel Media Services for The San Francisco Chronicle.
- Oakland A's release their own take on 'Game of Thrones' opening theme
By Alyssa Pereira - Monday Jul 17, 2017
Winter is coming, according to the Oakland A's.
- Artistic collaboration led the way to love
By Alix Wall - Wednesday Mar 2, 2016
On their first date in March 2012, Robert Trujillo and Joy Liu were at the New Parish in Oakland seeing jazz pianist Robert Glasper, when his band did a cover of Floetry’s “Say Yes.”The Oakland couple had already been friends and artistic collaborators for six years, so the transition to a relationship was seamless.Joy, 36, a graphic designer and line cook at Oakland’s Communite Table, also holds a monthly vegetarian pop-up there called Mudita Ramen, which Joy is working toward turning into a restaurant.When Robert was about to move to New York to attend the New School — taking his then-partner and son with him — he held an art night as a last chance to hang out before he left, which Joy attended.While in New York, Robert started a project called Come Bien Books (“Eat well,” in Spanish), which connects writers and illustrators of color, and asked for Joy’s help with the design work.At some point, through their network, Joy heard that Robert and his partner had split up.“I don’t talk to anyone on the phone,” she said.Robert moved back to Oakland in 2009, and they maintained a work relationship as well as a “refreshingly platonic” friendship, as Joy calls it, although Robert says that eventually his friends began teasing him that he should ask her out.While standing in the freezing ocean, Joy put her hands in Robert’s pockets to warm them, and found a ring.Joy also addressed Robert’s son, Saja, saying, “Thank you for sharing your family with me and for welcoming me like a champ.”In a community vow, the officiant asked guests if they would promise to continue “to build community,” to support Robert and Joy in times of great challenge, offer guidance and hold the couple to their “highest selves.”Robert told Joy that among the things he loved about her was her attention to detail.When you sit down to do a project or agree to help someone, you are 100 percent there.The only time really that we argued was whether a paper-cutting art piece we created should leave some remnants of the razor in the cut (I thought so) or no trace at all, perfect in fact (your position on the matter).[...] Joy told Robert, I promise to keep myself open to you, and to listen mindfully to all that you share with me.[...] I promise to share with you my time and attention and to bring joy, strength and imagination to our relationship.I promise to continue protecting your solitude as well, that fertile space you need to be alone sometimes to create or just unwind.Or attend to social media.From home garden and Oakland Flower Mart; corsages by Sophia BlumEvent planner:Done by the couple, with calligraphy / hand-lettering by Robert Liu-Trujillo; design by Joy Liu-TrujilloSpecial catered meals for vegans:
- With late father on mind, Jabari Brown chases NBA dream with Warriors
By Connor Letourneau - Monday Jul 10, 2017
David’s encouraging words kept Brown focused on the ultimate objective: a lengthy NBA career.“He’d help keep my mind in the right place,” said Brown, a shooting guard for his hometown Golden State Warriors’ Summer League team.Over the next 20 months, as Jabari began the nomadic life of an undrafted free agent, he was inspired by how his dad slogged through chemotherapy cycles without complaint.In that gymnasium at 2350 Broadway, David taught Jabari a pure shooting form: balanced frame, minimal follow-through, relaxed shoulders, spread fingers.Trips to Oracle Arena for Warriors games were spent discussing how Jabari could incorporate aspects of NBA greats’ playing styles.On Dec. 29, 2014, a day after he hit the go-ahead three-pointer in the closing minute of Missouri’s win at North Carolina State, Jabari returned to Oakland and learned his dad was in the hospital.In 19 games with the Lakers the following season, he averaged 11.9 points and shot 43.5 percent from three-point range.“The chance for him to come see me play meant a lot to me,” Jabari said.Because when he got sick, I wasn’t sure if he’d ever get to come see me play.
- Designer Profile: Unique lights, fabrics will make a bold statement this spring
By Jordan Guinn - Monday Apr 10, 2017
Designer Suzanne Tucker, co-founder of San Francisco’s Tucker & Marks Design, recently launched new designs and finishes to her outdoor furniture line.The weatherproof finishes are dyed to mimic the random color schemes inherent to real wicker.A sofa, coffee table, dining table and ottoman are among the Riviera’s furniture selections.In addition to operating a design firm and launching her own product lines, Tucker also lectures on incorporating antiques, textiles, decorative arts and various finishes within a home.Pablo, maker of some of most sought-after modern light fixtures in San Francisco and beyond, offers a solution in the form of an LED lantern with surround sound speakers and Bluetooth connectivity.The UMA Sound Lantern debuted last year and already earned a myriad of awards including Azure Magazine People’s Choice Award, the 2016 Good Design Award Australia and the 2017 German Design Award.Venezuelan-born industrial engineer Pablo Pardo founded his namesake firm in 1993, and the brand continues to turn heads and win acclaim for its innovative designs that marry artistry and functionality.The Solis Drum Pendant features laser-cut polyester fabric joined by aluminum rings, allowing the shade to hang under tension.An LED dome diffuser spans the diameter of the top ring, radiating light down and sideways to cast shimmering warm patterns wherever it’s placed.