A new federal assistance program will provide over $16 billion in grants to entertainment venues that lost revenue during the pandemic.
The DEEP Grocery Co-op was started to bring fresh and healthy food to deep East Oakland, a designated “food desert.” But their new online grocery service is open to all.
Resuming in-person business is a must for some gyms, while others have flourished online. We spoke with the owners of a boxing club, yoga studio, and dance center about the loosening COVID restrictions.
Supporting mission-aligned banks can help create economic opportunity for women in Oakland (sponsored)
The City Council approved regulations to balance neighbors’ concerns with visitors and vendors’ needs. Enforcement starts April 2.
Alameda County expects to enter the less restrictive reopening tier this week, but some publicans say the inhibition-dropping effects of alcohol are giving them pause to reopen.
There may never be another trial lawyer quite like the founder of the Oakland-based firm Gwilliam, Ivary, Chiosso, Cavalli and Brewer.
Plus: An update on Peony, Third Culture Bakery’s fourth-anniversary specials, teachers eat free on Tuesdays at Curry Up Now, PennDel’s Bakehouse lands in El Cerrito.
If adopted by the City Council, the new rules will allow vending to continue while addressing resident concerns about traffic and noise.
The loss of First Fridays has been rough on Telegraph Avenue’s bars, restaurants, salons, and markets.