Pandemic boredom, longtime skating advocates, TikTok and more caused a resurgence in popularity for quad skates this year.
City councilmembers say civilian-led public safety programs and investments in housing, jobs, and the arts will grow over time, eventually leading to smaller police budgets.
We spoke to the Brown Sugar Kitchen chef about her new podcast and why she’s pivoting away from the kitchen to become a public figure in food.
Zoe Lopez-Meraz y Richard Santos Rayas se están uniendo utilizando la votación por clasificación. Noel Gallo está promoviendo un distrito “limpio y seguro.”
Shola Olatoye, who’s leaving the city to join an affordable housing developer, reflects on her three years on the job.
City councilmembers’ proposed ban was ultimately softened to a recommendation.
Some Pre-K through second graders were back on OUSD campuses Tuesday, for the first time in over a year.
As fall semester negotiations continue down to the wire, we lay out what the union and the district want point-by-point.
Educators say libraries should be a basic part of every child’s school experience. But Oakland Unified has struggled to maintain them for decades.
This is how the past year felt to three high school seniors living in East Oakland’s 94603 zip code.
There may never be another trial lawyer quite like the founder of the Oakland-based firm Gwilliam, Ivary, Chiosso, Cavalli and Brewer.
Wildfire season is upon us and air quality locally will be very poor for the foreseeable future according to weather experts.
We asked people who live and work in West Oakland, downtown, and Jack London about the biggest problems and opportunities in their neighborhoods.
Bishop Bob Jackson hosted the rally, but it was organized and led by anti-LGBTQ SoCal pastor Jim Domen.
We spoke to several shop owners in the neighborhood to see how they’re faring nearly one year into the pandemic.
After a long, dark 10 months, Duende is preparing to reopen “I’m getting kind of stoked,” Paul Canales said. He spoke to Nosh after a month spent working on reopening his 8-year-old Uptown Oakland restaurant Duende, which he temporarily shuttered last fall after he realized “we just couldn’t make it work on takeout.” Canales said that his business, which […]
Los funcionarios de salud están fomentando las vacunas contra la gripe durante la pandemia, pero esta temporada se están vacunando menos personas.
Coronavirus relief funds will help convert a former college dorm in Rockridge and 20 single-family homes into 163 units of permanent affordable housing.
Oakland Public Libraries are closed, but staff continue to serve as disaster relief workers.
Through creative solutions, EOC has more than doubled the number of meals it was distributing to East Oakland residents, now serving over 1,000 hot meals each week.