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- Race, space, and Lake Merritt
- Music from Caroline Chung
- The pandemic and Oakland’s housing crisis
Unable to find a permanent location to allow for expansion, the school became financially unsustainable and is closing this year.
Striving to report responsibly on the lives of people impacted by violence requires great care. We wanted to share more on our approach to this story.
“The Confession of Copeland Cane” is a cautionary tale of what could be in store if gentrification, racism, and inequality continue unchecked. The local author will be appearing at this week’s Bay Area Book Festival.
District 2 Councilmember Nikki Fortunato Bas unveiled her amendments to Mayor Libby Schaaf’s proposed two-year budget Monday.
Members of the “Grizzly Scouts” hunted law enforcement during the 2020 protests, and one of them allegedly murdered a federal guard.
OPD Chief LeRonne Armstrong said today multiple officers will be disciplined for misconduct during demonstrations last summer.
Police commission investigators found multiple officers improperly used force, mistreated arrestees, and other policy violations.
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East Bay Restaurants offering takeout or delivery
These East Bay restaurants have started curbside, no-contact pickup and in-house delivery. Find out who’s offering curbside and delivery.
How to sign up to get notified when it’s your turn, who’s next in line, and more answers to your questions about getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
You don’t need insurance or payment for any of these free Oakland COVID-19 testing sites. You may need to make an appointment ahead of time.
The pop-up event this Sunday will feature plants and plant-based products from Oakland vendors.
With the support of unionized longshore workers, Bay Area activists prevented an Israeli-operated cargo ship from unloading.
The initiative, which led to more parklets, street closures, and outdoor markets during the pandemic, will likely be extended through next spring.
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