Xavier Tillery, Ixchel Arista, and Erin Sellers answer more audience questions from our recent live event.
The Bay Area doesn’t have a large Moroccan community, but this year’s tournament brought them together.
Other events include a virtual rally to support the WNBA coming to Oakland, and a virtual tour and talk about the East Bay’s historic ‘tank houses.’
We’re partnering with Oakland North and Oakland Lowdown to explore what’s going well and what isn’t for those who live, work, and play in our urban core.
Some of the pioneers featured in the doc have passed away since the film debuted in 2017. But you can learn their stories at a special screening next Thursday.
Other events include the Montclair Village Restaurant Walk and a birth equity brunch at La Guerrera’s Kitchen.
During the 1970s and 80s, the Renaissance School encouraged hundreds of Oakland middle and high-school students to pursue the creative arts.
Indigenous East Bay residents share how they acknowledge and commemorate Thanksgiving.
Other events include Love Letter to Oakland libraries, grand opening of the Bay Area Curling Club, and the closing of the Oakland International Film Fest.
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.
Mentoring Academy’s students are very successful: in their academics, social growth, psychological health and commitment to their own development including college admissions, national testing, happiness, and essential life skills. The major reasons are: We have room for a few others to join us for the 2022—23 journey. Mentoring Academy
Now that adult education has a standalone school in East Oakland, many are hopeful that the programs can see a rebound.
The Oakland A’s final home game of the season was a strange mix of melancholy and joy.
SB9 went into effect a year ago, to much fanfare and criticism. Its roll-out in Oakland has been very slow.
The Fruitvale Alive! project features raised bikeways, a first for Oakland.
From exquisite breakfast pastries and coffee through dinner and drinks, this neighborhood is overflowing with temptations.
Dorothy Lazard bids farewell this week after two decades on the job, but she’ll keep working in other ways to preserve Oakland’s history.
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.
Other events include Day of the Dead at E14 Gallery and the Partners in Preservation Awards at Pardee Home Museum.
A regional bond measure could fund affordable development in Oakland, Berkeley, and beyond at a size and scale never seen before.