Other events include a Children’s Fairyland writing workshop, Youth Beat film screening, and the ‘Town Landmarks’ exhibit at Camron-Stanford House.
Other things to do include hiking at Huckleberry, walking at Mountain View Cemetery, and more skating at Mosswood.
Roommates, large families, and live-work residents have encountered some challenges accessing tests from the federal government.
Other activities include the Jack London Square Farmers Market and a clothing drive at Hip Hop for Change.
We asked UCSF’s Dr. Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo how Oakland can stay safe in the face of the latest COVID-19 variant.
Other recommendations include an online exhibit at Camron-Stanford House, a conversation with essayist José Vadi, and an immersive visit to Middle Harbor Shoreline Park.
North Light and The New Parkway have closed temporarily, and First Fridays pauses for January amid COVID concerns.
Reporter Azucena Rasilla shares the backstories to some of her favorite articles of 2021.
A roller skater collective wants to bring an outdoor rink to West Oakland’s DeFremery Park.
There’s still time to roam around the city and check out Christmas trees and holiday cheer.
Dorothy Lazard bids farewell this week after two decades on the job, but she’ll keep working in other ways to preserve Oakland’s history.
Other events include the ‘We Are Oakland’ holiday benefit concert, and a winter pop-pop sale in the Dimond.
Vaccinated patrons can enjoy OBC director Graham Lustig’s version of the classic on Dec. 18 and 19 at the Paramount Theatre.
Other events include the Girl Gang Craft holiday market, and a performance by the Oakland Gay Men’s Chorus.
The 21-year-old artist and Oakland School for the Arts alumna is back home to promote her single, ‘Summertime.’
Other events include the grand opening of nonprofit Chapter 510’s new headquarters and singer-songwriter Satya’s hometown debut at The New Parish.
Where you can get a booster vaccine dose in Oakland, and what the experience was like.
The 2021-2022 season, renamed ‘We Remember Michael,’ will feature a star studded line-up of guest conductors.
Other events include a book signing at Blk Girls Green House and the screening of ‘Cowboy’ at Eli’s Mile High Club.
Spencer Wilkinson talks about the process behind his new film and the impact it’s already having in communities grappling with gentrification.