The report describes how building and operating the A’s ballpark complex could impact Oakland’s environment. The public has 45 days to comment.
Local psychics are struggling due to COVID-19, but we spoke with two who’ve found success.
Even during the pandemic, parents and staff from two very different Oakland schools have made time to find common ground.
The hospital has long been considered “one of the best pediatric care centers in the nation.” Some say the university affiliation is damaging that reputation.
The longtime trial lawyer continues to advocate for justice as managing partner of the Oakland-based firm Gwilliam Ivary Chiosso Cavalli and Brewer. (sponsored)
Fighting quarantine boredom, Jack Carlisle decided to hang 50 homemade swings across the city, from Jack London Square to Dimond Park.
Health advocates say inequities in vaccine distribution are a problem, but it would be much worse without grassroots groups and clinics.
We cannot resolve systemic racism through banking alone. But we can take steps to create a more equitable world. (sponsored)
Free online sessions offered by Oakland’s Rent Adjustment Program cover rent increases, harassment, evictions, repairs, and more.
Plus: Espresso Roma is for lease, a Black history jazz brunch, Chez Panisse is closed this week due to potential COVID-19 exposure, more.