WriterCoach Connection, which trains adults to work with students, needs more volunteers at its new Oakland location, as well as its other East Bay schools.
Fashion, cuisine, the arts and more are celebrated around The Town.
The school’s service program reflects Catholic social teaching, requiring students to apply their learning to real-life work.
From exquisite breakfast pastries and coffee through dinner and drinks, this neighborhood is overflowing with temptations.
Attorney Jayme Walker explains what a wrongful death case is, who can file such a case and how the process can help survivors.
There’s no cost to call and explain your circumstances to the intake clerk. Ideally, gather your thoughts and some documents first.
Alameda County has four drop-off locations for household chemicals, along with collection days at Golden Gate Fields in Albany.
Families can drop in at the Berkeley Public Library for samples and activities.
Other writing programs at the festival cover autobiography, humor, the unreliable narrator, and the child’s point of view.
Xfinity 10G Network is coming to Oakland, along with a device to stay connected when Nature knocks out the power.
As part of the Black Joy Parade and celebration, three locals are honored for their contributions to fostering racial equality.
Student TED talks highlight the valuable ‘executive function’ skills to be gained from bilingual learning. EB admits non-French speakers to the International Track.
The Oaklandside’s East Bay Summer Camp Guide is back to help your family find the best and safest local camp for your children.
Lurking in the fine print of all sorts of agreements we sign is our consent to waive the right to a trial.
Businesses, nonprofits and school districts can apply for funding by March 3.
Local cast, including several from Oakland, performs at the Aurora Theatre in Berkeley.
Tips for how much cash to keep liquid, and the best places to keep it for ready access in case of emergency.
Oakland nonprofit offers ‘green’ internships for students and training in construction work for adults.
Jayme Walker — an attorney and a mother — specializes in protecting the rights of pregnant employees.
The French-American school’s International Track turns the students’ focus outwards, as they master a new language and learn about other cultures.