Diablo Magazine October 2016 : Page 6
OctOber volume 37 | number 10 In Every Issue Food Scene 10 Faces Editor’s Note 97 147 152 Click Sweets | Donsuemor This Berkeley-born company celebrates 40 years of delicious madeleines with an autumn-inspired treat. By Susan Safipour 98 Food News Farmer’s Almanac and chef Timothy Humphrey bring farm-to-table cooking—with Southern flair—to Danville. Plus, our favorite spots in Oakland’s Hive. Speak of the Devil 13 | Art Oakland-based Michele Pred’s artwork is electrically, socially, and politically charged. 14 | Roundup Seek out the supernatural with these local and traveling talents—from tarot to astrology. 16 | Festivals We’ve got your exhaustive list of NorCal’s best Oktoberfests. 18 | Meet San Ramon real estate agent Cindi Hagley is an expert at selling stigmatized homes. 20 | The Hit List Oakland Museum of California dives into the legacy of the Oakland-born Black Panther Party, with a new exhibit; Bentley School hosts a lecture by author Daniel James Brown; Matt Nathanson headlines Notes4Hope in Orinda; and Green Day releases its Oakland-recorded album. 103 Critics’ Reviews Diablo visits Limewood Bar and Restaurant in Berkeley and Grand Fare Market in Oakland, and revisits Swad India in Lafayette. Plus, we sample cheap eats at Genuine Goodness in Orinda. 106 97 6 OctO ber 2016 cover: shutterstock; this page: Marija vidal Diablo Dish A new chef comes to Lark Creek Walnut Creek, a renovated Posada reopens in Livermore, Dos Coyotes Border Café comes to Concord, and more East Bay food news.