The local artists headlined our first Culture Makers event—and wanted to answer more of your questions.
The East Bay photojournalist talked to The Oaklandside about how one of her images from the summer 2020 protests became a mural in downtown Oakland.
Other events include a virtual town hall to talk about Santa Rita Jail and the upcoming election, and a pottery chat at OMCA.
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.
Other events include a Dimond District cleanup, and city of Oakland town hall.
Less than a decade ago, Elazar Sontag was a high school student by day and a kitchen worker at night. Now he’s on the masthead of one of the world’s most famous food magazines.
Other events include volunteering to plant a tree, the Oakland Magic Circle gala, and Alphabet Rockers at Fairyland.
This East Oakland native wants to open coffee culture up to all, and support some local businesses in the process.
Other events include a pop-up shop in West Oakland and the unofficial A’s fan fest at Brooklyn Basin.
We spoke to Dr. Noha Aboelata of Roots Community Health Center about the new variant BA.2, emerging COVID-19 treatments, and more.
The venue hopes to revive Oakland’s nightlife and pay homage to the spaces that came before it.
Other events include two virtual conversations about the future of West Oakland, and Oscar-nominated films at The New Parkway.
The company’s new in-person season opens on Friday, Feb. 25, with a sold-out show of William Shakespeare’s ‘The Tempest.’
Other events include a community toy swap in Redwood Heights and a Garden Work Day on High Street.
Some of the pioneers featured in the doc have passed away since the film debuted in 2017. But you can learn their stories at a special screening next Thursday.
Other events include a Huey P. Newton commemoration in West Oakland and a theater reading honoring James Baldwin at Peralta Hacienda Historical Park.
The roundup is once more highlighting outdoor events like this Sunday watch party at the Continental Club.
The food trucks will serve dinners on Fridays. But there’s still no set date for the return of ‘Friday Nights at OMCA.’
Other activities include a youth skateboarding workshop and a virtual lakeside chat.
‘Town Landmarks: Abstract Oakland by Jorge Bejarano’ is the first of new programming by the museum’s executive director, Iliana Morton