East Bay Real Estate – A Fresh Approach

A Fresh Approach to East Bay Real Estate

Body Awareness

I’ve always found that going to the Aurora Theatre Company is a sure thing.  The intimate size of the theatre combined with talented actors makes for a theatre experience that is hard to replicate.  The production of Body Awareness, playing now through March 4, reinforced that feeling.  The new comedy by Annie Baker is fast-paced, […]


Humor Abuse

Apart from the clowns, I don’t think I ever really enjoyed the circus.  That is until I first saw the Pickle Family Circus perform.  It was for me, like all good entertainment, all consuming and absolutely captivating.  Enjoying their Berkeley performances in the 1970’s and 80’s, nephew and niece in tow, was always a magical […]


Bakesale for Japan

Earlier this month I had the opportunity to volunteer some time at a fundraising bakesale for Japan. I was at a table in front of Pizzaiolo on Telegraph Avenue in the Temescal and was amazed at the support and contributions that we received in just a few hours.  You can check out the article and photos here at […]


Were You At The Stroll?

Taken from The Berkeley Daily Planet:  “Solano Stroll Was a Great Party As Usual By Steven Finacom, Tuesday September 14, 2010 Cheerleaders, fire engines, bicycle police, electric go carts, bands, fencers, gymnasts, samba dancers, and assorted local politicians marched, danced, or rolled their way down Solano Avenue in the traditional parade that kicked off the […]


Troubadour Reunion Tour

I recently had the opportunity to go to the James Taylor and Carole King Troubadour Reunion Tour at the HP Pavilion in San Jose.  My BFF won tickets and invited me to go with her (but that’s not why she is my BFF). It’s always wonderful to see James Taylor and though I have some […]

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