The Oakland City Council is pursuing two low-income apartment buildings after dropping plans for a market-rate tower.
The eye-catching restaurant has been closed since 2003, but if all goes well it will be slinging Chicago-style dogs again this fall.
The regal couple raised a nest of chicks at Oakland’s public hospital this spring, delighting staff and patients.
Other events include Mosswood Meltdown fest, Summer Sounds at City Center, and Jack London Square music series.
After 12 years as a farmers market and wholesale favorite, Starter Bakery is opening a brick-and-mortar location on a busy Oakland block.
The Roots logo is almost synonymous with the city of Oakland itself. Here’s how that happened.
“Diego Rivera’s America” at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) opens July 16, bringing together more than 150 of the global artist’s works. The exhibition focuses on Rivera’s practice from the 1920s to the mid-1940s, the richest years of his prolific career. During these two key decades, Rivera created a new vision for […]
Artists David Burke, Pancho Pescador, and Joevic Yeban are honoring conductor Michael Morgan and artist Hung Liu, who both recently passed.
It’s been a volatile year for the board—one director quit altogether. Here’s where some remaining hot-button issues stand.
Lawn bowling at Lake Merritt survived the pandemic. Now the club aims to be stronger than ever.
A teenager worried about where she could live in the future. A pregnant person worried about their unborn child. Many worried about further losses of rights.
The first-ever East Oakland Futures Fest took place over Juneteenth weekend, a celebration of culture and neighborhood featuring scraper bikes, food vendors, art, and live music performances.
From downtown Oakland to Berkeley and San Francisco, protests are planned after the Supreme Court ended nearly 50 years of abortion rights.
Now that the U.S. Supreme Court has overturned the Roe decision, here are key takeaways of what to expect for abortion in California.
A pub crawl, club performances, and a masquerade gala highlight the run of events happening Friday through Sunday.
The OUSD board also granted Superintendent Kyla Johnson-Trammell a three-month sabbatical and interviewed candidates for the District 6 seat this week.
The emergency policy was intended to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in county jails.
Waters was known for his hospitality, sense of play and dedication to his daughter.
Some criticized the city for taking 8 years to build a safer 14th Street. The council also approved parking meters at Lake Merritt.
The East Oakland rapper and member of Grand Nationxl just dropped a new album.