An Oakland-based Puerto Rican restaurant and a Bay Area DJ collective are raising money for Puerto Rican residents still dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Fiona.
You can watch episode 1 of Offside Productions’ Oakland-based series here.
Fall is officially here—even if the weather continues to fool us with summer-like temperatures—and Halloween is around the corner. So we’ll be highlighting spooky happenings around town beginning this week. Have an event that you’d like to promote on our calendar? You can use the self-submission form anytime by clicking on our homepage’s “Events” tab. […]
The Castlemont High alum’s production mirrors Shakespeare’s story, but reimagines it with a 21st-century, modern-verse vocabulary.
You can support our nonprofit newsroom by attending the soccer club’s final game of this season on Oct. 1. Here’s how.
Other events include Love Letter to Oakland libraries, grand opening of the Bay Area Curling Club, and the closing of the Oakland International Film Fest.
SFJAZZ is bringing the Cuban piano legend to Oakland to perform his new suite, ‘La Creación.’
The Oakland restaurant wasn’t the only local spot that the Puerto Rican star and his team visited while in the Bay Area.
The festival kicks off Sept. 15 at the Grand Lake Theater.
Other events include the 27th annual Creek to Bay Day, the Oakland International Film Festival, and Respect the Crown natural hair festival.
We visited the SF Bay Area Curling Club’s new world-class facility and spoke to members about what makes the sport special.
The renamed Oakland Civic will open its doors in late spring 2023.
Cat Brewer’s “Sign the Show” screens at Holy Names University on Sept. 16 as part of the Oakland International Film Festival.
Check out the thrifted items, clothing from local shops, dazzling jewelry, and smart accessories people are wearing at The Town’s monthly street festival.
Other events include The Crucible at the Oakland Theater Project a History Fair at Camron-Stanford House, and more.
We’ll be joined on Sept. 22 by Oakland Tech athletic director and former WNBA player Alexis Gray-Lawson, Oakland Roots co-founder Edreece Arghandiwal, and journalist Marcus Thompson. Plus: musical guest Mara Hruby
102-year-old John Brekke spoke candidly about the changes he’s seen in the city over the decades.
In its second year, Pridefest is expanding its celebration on Sept. 11 with three stages and an MPX (monkeypox) vaccine clinic.
Other events include the Oakland Trans March, and a basketball and technology camp for youth.
Oakland’s biggest hip-hop celebration is returning to Jack London Square on Sept. 5 with familiar faces and fresh acts.