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The Society of Professional Journalism in Northern California bestows this award on The Oaklandside within a year of our launch.
Oakland activists and advocates compare today’s treatment of pro-Trump insurrectionists with what they’ve witnessed at local protests.
We’re spotlighting some of the year’s best reporting in and about Oakland, from The Oaklandside and well beyond.
With coronavirus cases on the rise, The Oaklandside is sharing more stories of how Oaklanders are impacted by the disease.
“I’ve been waiting four years to put that message up,” theater owner Allen Michaan told us.
On Saturday morning, a cheering crowd began to gather at Grand Lake Theater and beyond.