Two high school seniors said they organized the event for students to express their anger and sadness.
Marshawn Lynch, Dr. Alexis Gray-Lawson, Rickey Henderson, Josh Johnson among honorees.
Staff photographers Amir Aziz and Ximena Natera discuss their craft and important images of the past year, with CatchLight’s Mabel Jimenez
Chef Anula Edirisinghe said she’s closing her downtown Oakland restaurant due to rising rent and slow foot traffic in downtown.
The first-ever East Oakland Futures Fest took place over Juneteenth weekend, a celebration of culture and neighborhood featuring scraper bikes, food vendors, art, and live music performances.
We visited the campus on the last official day of instruction, and on the first day of the volunteer-led school.
The event returned to East Oakland after a year off due to the pandemic, joined by the Indigenous Red Market.
The soccer team played its first home game of the 2022 season at Laney College on Saturday. Pre-game festivities included a performance by hip-hop collective Grand Nationxl.
Thousands gathered downtown on Sunday for a celebration of Pan-African culture.
Our photojournalist Amir Aziz selected his favorite photos that captured the spirit of Oakland this year.
See videos and photos of the 100-year-old clubhouse getting wheeled across an Oakland hills development site.
Lines around the block for cupcakes and a boom year for a flower shop, but a shoe shop for the stars is calling it quits, one of several COVID-19 casualties.
Councilmembers Nikki Fortunato Bas and Carroll Fife rallied hundreds Tuesday evening to support their vision for public safety in Oakland.
The annual celebration of Town community, culture, and resilience at Lake Merritt included a car caravan this year.
We asked community members at a sunset healing circle at Liberation Park to share their feelings about the murder conviction of the Minneapolis officer who killed George Floyd.
Fear in Asian-American communities continues to build after a mass shooting in Atlanta and continued reports of violent street assaults. Last night, hundreds gathered in Chinatown to show solidarity.
After closing in December, the Oakland theme park is welcoming back eager families looking to explore its magic.
We spoke to two of the organization’s leaders about their plans to revitalize Black neighborhoods in deep East Oakland.
A stretch of Ninth Street was renamed to honor the Black Panther Party co-founder. We captured photos from the ceremony.
Officials told people to stay inside to avoid Monday’s dangerous gusts, but many Oakland residents don’t have that option.