The legendary saxophone player resettled in Emeryville several years ago, and is now bursting forth with a new album and local performances.
The popular Oakland library branch continues to lend books and other materials, and has moved its programming, from cooking classes to story time, online.
Closed for eight months, the museum is completing phase one of an ambitious renovation that includes new gardens and a revamped cafe.
Oakland flutist Rebecca Kleinmann is hosting a livestream concert Saturday with singer Tiffany Austin and friends.
“I’ve been waiting four years to put that message up,” theater owner Allen Michaan told us.
On Saturday morning, a cheering crowd began to gather at Grand Lake Theater and beyond.
The Civil Rights-era inspired images gleamed from the walls of the Alameda County Courthouse Sunday night. They’ll be at Frank Ogawa Plaza Tuesday night.
Our reporter reflects on what the Latinx community has lost without Fruitvale’s yearly Day of the Dead gathering.
Some neighborhoods are responding to the pandemic with contactless trick-or-treating, while others are planning socially distanced parades.
Oakland designer Mike Nicholls on why the latest issue of Umber, the “creative thinker’s graphic journal,” focuses on sports, athletics, and movement.
A virtual celebration October 23 will feature guest speakers and a discussion about the ‘challenges of conservation, environmentalism, and racial justice.’
It’s taken Congregation Beth Jacob three rabbis, the brainpower of multiple congregants, bits of wire, metal canisters, and the blessing of a consultant in New Jersey to finally construct its own eruv.
The Oakland Technical High School graduate is playing gigs around the East Bay while on a COVID-driven return home from college.
The artist drew on his bicultural identity to put a local spin on the beloved Mexican game.
Two decades ago, a local photographer began documenting political statements placed on the iconic Oakland marquee by the theater’s owner.
The nonprofit worked with 120 young Black men from Oakland, Richmond, and Los Angeles this summer on community-focused tech projects.
Starting October 31 voters can cast their ballots in person or drive-thru and drop them off.
The science and education center is physically closed, but offering an array of virtual events. The Oaklandside will join Chabot in live-streaming a Q&A with astronomers on Oct. 16.
The Oakland-based singer’s latest work is being broadcast as part of SFJAZZ’s ‘Fridays at Five’ series.
‘Ice City’ rapper discusses the coronavirus outbreak, releasing new music, and gentrification.