Both arts organizations say they’re readying to make triumphant returns to the Paramount Theatre in October.
Despite financial setbacks caused by the pandemic, the popular camp will not raise its fees.
“Crip Camp” shows how a summer camp in upstate New York galvanized a generation of activists and influenced Berkeley’s disability rights movement.
State guidelines allow clubs in Alameda County to resume indoor shows on April 15. We spoke to several owners who explained why they won’t.
OPL Express will launch at 16 branches on April 19, offering limited indoor services with safety measures.
Our reporter and photographer visited the lake on Saturday and Sunday to see what impact a new push to enforce rules is having.
A computer programmer who served 21 years in San Quentin and a prisoner support collective are creating a re-entry home to empower formerly incarcerated people.
On César Chavez Day, a Fruitvale community leader shares his incredible story of learning organizing tactics from Chavez’s family and bringing the work to Oakland.
The City Council approved regulations to balance neighbors’ concerns with visitors and vendors’ needs. Enforcement starts April 2.
Undaunted by the pandemic, the Oakland-based artist’s “Sounds Of Haejin” introduces new audiences to the creativity of her band Citizens Jazz.