Ed Brail started as a crime scene technician on Chicago’s mean streets and became a trusted servant of families in grieving.
The group built its reputation with shows at the Uptown Nightclub but moved to S.F. during the pandemic. The Revue returns to the Town on Feb. 12 at Crybaby.
The city reconfirmed its negotiation agreement with African American Sports and Entertainment Group (AASEG), a Black-led development team with dreams of bringing a WNBA franchise to the Town.
The famous Presidential Yacht is now under the leadership of one of Franklin. D. Roosevelt’s grandchildren.
Other events include the Lantern Festival, movie night at Dax Lee’s, and a sneak peek of the documentary ‘A Rising Tide.’
Natalia Vieira Santanna wasn’t supposed to stay in the U.S. Now, she runs a successful immigration law firm in Fruitvale.
Sylvester Rutledge and Todd Walker share how they help people cope with loss.
A lawsuit filed by co-founder Yoshie Akiba accuses her ex-husband and longtime business partner Kazuo Kajimura of fraud and abuse.
For 20 years, Judi Henderson has been reducing waste by reselling the unwanted retail figurines through her business, Mannequin Madness.
Hayes, who celebrated her birthday this week, shares her advice for living a long, fruitful life.
The Oakland-based vocalist will perform Sunday, backed by an all-star cast of East Bay jazz musicians.
Local cast, including several from Oakland, performs at the Aurora Theatre in Berkeley.
Other events include: The Way Back: An Evening of Poetry, 50 years of poster art at César E. Chávez library, and a chat with the authors of ‘The Riders Come Out at Night.’
Marshawn Lynch, Dr. Alexis Gray-Lawson, Rickey Henderson, Josh Johnson among honorees.
Oakland-born Nana Kofi Nti started a successful media company. Now he’s passing along what he’s learned.
Patrick Piccolo is leaving his unique mark on storefronts across the Town.
Other events include the Barbara Lee and Elihu Harris Lecture Series, Peralta Hacienda park cleanup, and HOF inductions at Oakland Tech.
The Oakland-based group will perform songs from its new album, ‘Medicine,’ at the downtown record store on Friday, Jan. 20.
Brandyn Willridge is carving out space in a field with few Black and BIPOC practitioners, with help from the West Oakland industrial arts nonprofit.
Mottley, author of the critically acclaimed Nightcrawling, will join Chinaka Hodge and MISSSEY in a discussion about exploitation and survival in Oakland.