The project will turn Antioch Court from a regular street into a semi-permanent community space.
The Oakland Puerto Rican restaurant looks back on an intense first year.
The history of angling in Oakland’s wildlife refuge is long, but the rules are murky.
From the kumquat trees at Kelly Smoke Shop to the bahn tet at Pho Vy, local businesses have been a big part of many Oaklanders’ celebrations.
With $40 million in city paving contracts up for grabs, minority biz owners say dropping the rules now would make existing inequities worse.
Lake stewards say more salmon sightings are an exciting sign that conservation efforts are working, but there’s more to do.
Cafe Gabriela serves up resistance and resilience alongside its menu of salads and sandwiches.
The Oaklandside’s Ricky Rodas shares some of his favorite reporting moments of 2021.
The fish are returning to East Bay streams for the first time in decades, and some are winding up in the unlikeliest of places.
Organizing within Oakland’s Arab and Yemeni communities sparked the initiative, which is now helping convenience store owners stock their shelves with healthy food options.
Gregory Jacobs knack for playing the piano will be on full display in his upcoming release “The Piano Man.”
Your favorite restaurant might have a line out the door, but that doesn’t mean it’s not struggling to stay afloat
Locals told us ghost stories about the Cohen Bray House, Camron-Stanford Home, and Mills College.
3 establishments—Los Cocos, Otaez, and El Huarache Azteca—were invited to make “off the menu” dishes to celebrate restaurant week in Fruitvale.
The City Council agreed on Tuesday to create a commercial cooking space at Arroyo Viejo Recreation Center, funded by a $100,000 gift from Google.
10 local organizations will receive funds to address disparities in internet access across the city.
In the coming months, The Oaklandside will be periodically checking in with three participants in the city’s pilot initiative, to see how an extra $500 a month is impacting their lives.
Tee Tee Brown and Bryce Savoy opened Euphorium Oakland with the help of Oakland’s Cannabis Equity Program. Now they’re giving back through a nonprofit, The Black Neighborhood.
Kim McAfee opened “All Things Hemp” in 2019 and did well, but the store has fallen on hard times during the pandemic.
Reverend Harry “OG Rev” Williams talks with The Oaklandside about his urban ministering career and connecting with young people.