The alma mater of NBA greats Bill Russell and Paul Silas is making strides under second-year coach and alum Barry Bell.
Oakland middle and high schoolers get the chance to interview local icons like award-winning author Tommy Orange.
The Tuesday evening gathering at Lake Merritt was organized by two mental health professionals to promote collective healing.
Highland Hospital staff and wildlife ecologists are hoping Stormy and Sunny will raise chicks again this spring.
Events include a bike-repair clinic, free tax-filing help, a Black press exhibit, and the Bay Area Hip Hop Archive. Also: Creative Growth Arts Center exhibit
The nine-time Grammy-nominated vocalist and sought-after pianist will perform together this week at Piedmont Piano Company.
The price reduction is a result of Measure Y, a parcel tax approved by voters last November that raises money for the park.
A ‘Grapes of Wrath’ journey in reverse, the new play is surreal and ambitious, though the production’s 25 songs are a bit excessive.
Other events include: Fresh Jamz 15th anniversary, BAYS fundraiser, and ‘path of the jaguar’ at Parche.
The new collection at the African American Museum and Library at Oakland pays tribute to the local people and places who’ve helped shape the genre.
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.