Other events include an outdoor vintage market and shows at the Golden Bull.
Oakland’s popular Day of the Dead celebration returned after being held virtually last year due to COVID-19.
Locals told us ghost stories about the Cohen Bray House, Camron-Stanford Home, and Mills College.
3 establishments—Los Cocos, Otaez, and El Huarache Azteca—were invited to make “off the menu” dishes to celebrate restaurant week in Fruitvale.
This year’s focus is on Oakland small businesses and a pop-up COVID-19 vaccine clinic.
Sarah Cahill’s “Future is Female” concert this Saturday in Oakland focuses on compositions by “women with Mills connections.”
Every October, a 4th grade New Highland Academy class creates niche boxes to display at the 81st Avenue Library.
Costume parties, activities for kids, a movie night and more.
The owner, Wilfried Eisinger, tackles the massive yearly project to entertain his neighbors.
Community members gathered on Sunday to remember the Black Panther Party co-founder, whose likeness was sculpted in bronze by artist Dana King.
The revolutionary political group, founded in Oakland in 1966, is gaining renewed recognition for its long-lasting cultural and artistic contributions.
The City Council agreed on Tuesday to create a commercial cooking space at Arroyo Viejo Recreation Center, funded by a $100,000 gift from Google.
The Black Cultural Zone has operated the community hub on vacant land for more than a year. Now, the group wants to build on its vision.
Other events include Black Panther Party 55th anniversary celebrations.
Live music, crafts and a costume contest are among the treats along MacArthur Avenue on Oct. 30 — the tricks include karaoke and silent disco yoga.
Groups like OAS, Hopalong, Cat Town, and PALS East Bay worked with foster, volunteers and each other to find homes for animal companions.
Owner Nenna Joiner also owns the East Bay’s Feelmore adult shops, and hopes to bring a similar sexiness to Oakland’s bar scene.
Photos and words from the opening night of Oakland’s 10th annual festival of lights.
Boathouse workers say facilities have sustained significant damage over the past month from vandalism and burglaries.
Other events include Halloween Meltdown at Mosswood Park, lunchtime sessions at OMCA, and Write Your Roots at Laney.