In a letter to readers, East Bay Express president Jay Youngdahl says "our publication is currently healthier than it has been for more than a decade."
At the AAN Digital Conference in San Francisco, one message was loud and clear: With a strong and distinct voice that daily newspapers can't replicate, and years' worth of hard-earned community trust that the fly-by-night "hyperlocal" networks can't buy, the local alt-weekly has major advantages over its competitors in the battle for digital dollars.
EBX lOAKal is a new pop-up boutique shop and gallery in the heart of downtown Oakland.
East Bay Express, Palo Alto Weekly, San Francisco Bay Guardian and SF Weekly were honored by the San Francisco Peninsula Press Club on Saturday.
Stephen Buel, who was fired as editor of the East Bay Express two weeks ago, has been hired as assistant city editor of the San Francisco Examiner.
The East Bay Express announced the departure of longtime editor Stephen Buel. Managing editor Kathleen Richards and staff writer Robert Gammon will take over as co-editors.
The East Bay Express is the exclusive media sponsor of California's Electionland, a nonpartisan social-media web site where voters can ask and answer questions on everything related to the upcoming elections in California.
The East Bay Express announces the Express Gallery located in Jack London Square, Oakland. The gallery exhibits well-known and up-and-coming artists.
On August 6, the East Bay Express celebrates its winners of the 2010 Best of the East Bay readers’ poll and editors’ picks all along the Jack London Square waterfront. Over 20,000 guests are expected to attend and salute the best ideas, products and services that are borne out of the East Bay region.