What’s on your dinner plate tonight? It’s likely that it’s been influenced by a book published by one woman 50 years ago: mega-bestseller “Diet for a Small Planet” by Frances Moore Lappé. The book revolutionized how tens of millions of people approach food, literally “changing the way we eat” (said The New York Times). With […]
Held May 7-8, in-person and livestream programs promise to lift spirits and bring hope and fun with top authors, timely conversations, kids’ events and more.
Comcast offers 8 easy tricks to maximize your home internet connection and boost speeds for the whole family.
Oakland Restaurant Week is back, March 18-27, celebrating the unique flavors and cuisines from local classics and Michelin-starred eateries alike.
The 13th annual running festival March 20 features a new course, full and half marathon and 5k, 10k and kids running events.
As Omicron has surged and disinformation persists, service groups and churches are urging the Black community to get vaccinated.
Alumni sign up their children for school that caters to both French-speaking children and those starting to learn the language.
Shoppers at local Comcast-supported businesses can win sweepstakes prizes by posting to social media.
The boats are back on the bay, with more departures, lower fares, and new non-stop service, along with fresh air and great views.
Head to Sonoma Valley for a winery tasting, a hike in the green hills, and dinner at one of the area’s many dazzling restaurants.
Ecole Bilingue de Berkeley has opened an International Track for non-French speaking 6th-graders to achieve fluency by the end of 8th grade.
Support local merchants and enjoy holiday shopping out-of-the-box along a festive MacArthur Boulevard.
The private school offers a track for bilingual Spanish-English speakers, as well as one for English speakers to learn Spanish.
MobilizeHer seeks to increase charitable donations to nonprofits serving women and gender-expansive people with its 2021 GiveWomen guide.
Research shows that the financial market and economies cannot be forecast — so investors would do well to ignore predictions.
Opticos Design and its bank, Beneficial State, are both certified B Corps, dedicated to helping communities and protecting the planet. (sponsored)
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.
Programs at the college prep. school encourage students to take on leadership roles.
Partner with Oakland law firm helps whistleblowers and employees facing harassment and discrimination.
Grants of $10,000 are available to Oakland small businesses owned by people of color.