North Light and The New Parkway have closed temporarily, and First Fridays pauses for January amid COVID concerns.
Reporter Azucena Rasilla shares the backstories to some of her favorite articles of 2021.
Our photojournalist Amir Aziz selected his favorite photos that captured the spirit of Oakland this year.
Since 1963 the Oakland-based transit agency has run the ‘Candy Cane Express’ and other holiday-themed buses to bring season’s greetings and free fares to riders.
A roller skater collective wants to bring an outdoor rink to West Oakland’s DeFremery Park.
There’s still time to roam around the city and check out Christmas trees and holiday cheer.
The Alameda facility, co-owned by the city of Oakland and Alameda County, has sat empty since the Raiders left for Las Vegas.
Dorothy Lazard bids farewell this week after two decades on the job, but she’ll keep working in other ways to preserve Oakland’s history.
Held in San Francisco since 2003, the showcase of classic crime flicks will make Grand Lake Theatre its new home.
Other events include the ‘We Are Oakland’ holiday benefit concert, and a winter pop-pop sale in the Dimond.