Alameda County’s top health official Dr. Nicholas Moss has some recommendations.
With his 100% Black-owned and operated brand, “Tunde” Ahmad is merging textiles from Ghana with urban streetwear designs.
Other events include the Montclair Village Restaurant Walk, salsa dancing at Brooklyn Basin, and Oktoberfest at Original Pattern Brewing Co.
Other events include Akoma Outdoor Market’s one-year celebration, a market at Eli’s Mile High Club, and Danzacuentos.
Events include Pride in the Park and Big Gay Trivia at Port Bar.
Other events include a Black-owned outdoor marketplace and the first legal cannabis sesh.
The respected music director passed away on Aug. 20.
Other events include a resource fair at Frank Ogawa Plaza, and a comedy show at Mad Oak.
Oakland artist Jocelyn Meggait started Free Oakland UP to discourage unnecessary waste and challenge the culture of excessive consumerism.
His app, Black Terminus, is currently paying homage to the Black Panthers, with more to come.
Other events include remembering Shock G and a walk down memory lane through West Oakland’s 7th Street corridor.
Fresh off the season finale of ‘Blindspotting,’ the duo hosted a workshop in Oakland for 70 local screenwriters, with plans for more.
Other events include “Rock-n-Stroll” on College Avenue, an outdoor Oakland Symphony concert, and kayaking through Jack London’s waterfront.
Other events include discussions on Lake Merritt and keeping kids safe from COVID.
Local luminaries gathered for the screening of ‘Barbara Lee: Speaking Truth to Power.’
Other events include a conversation about BART post-pandemic and a book event at the Commonwealth Club.
Reestablished in 2020 after a nine-year hiatus, the commission advocates for artists and culture workers.
Other events include Smartbomb and a tour of the original Parkway Theater.
The multimedia installation along Broadway features work from more than 20 local Black artists.
The iconic music venue won’t fully reopen until September, but it will be co-hosting an outdoor skate party in Uptown on August 7.