Resuming in-person business is a must for some gyms, while others have flourished online. We spoke with the owners of a boxing club, yoga studio, and dance center about the loosening COVID restrictions.
The City Council approved regulations to balance neighbors’ concerns with visitors and vendors’ needs. Enforcement starts April 2.
If adopted by the City Council, the new rules will allow vending to continue while addressing resident concerns about traffic and noise.
The loss of First Fridays has been rough on Telegraph Avenue’s bars, restaurants, salons, and markets.
In our new series, we’re talking to people like Itzel Diaz-Romo, who watched several members of her family contract COVID-19, about how they decided to get the shot and how they got an appointment.
The Biden administration extended the deadline to March 9, and opened the program to people who didn’t qualify before.
Over 180 professional certifications can be obtained through the online learning platform.
We spoke to several shop owners in the neighborhood to see how they’re faring nearly one year into the pandemic.
Local psychics are struggling due to COVID-19, but we spoke with two who’ve found success.
Las peluquerías y los salones de belleza han pasado por un sube y baja emocional desde el comienzo de la pandemia. Platicamos con dos estilistas del este de Oakland para ver cómo les está yendo.