Thousands gathered on International Boulevard to revel in a day of altar-viewing, dancing, live music, food, and art.
The festival, now in its fifth year, concludes this Friday at Starline Social Club.
The Castlemont High alum’s production mirrors Shakespeare’s story, but reimagines it with a 21st-century, modern-verse vocabulary.
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SFJAZZ is bringing the Cuban piano legend to Oakland to perform his new suite, ‘La Creación.’
Other events include karaoke at Emporium, a summer night market at Restore Oakland, and The Peripatetic Players at Dimond Park.
“If you are a person that enjoys a day party and getting back home before 10:30, this event should appeal to you.”
Other events include a Zoom chat with sports historian and writer Paul Brekke-Miesner, and a literacy event at OPL.
The singer will be debuting songs from her forthcoming album at a run of shows beginning Thursday at Yoshi’s in Jack London Square.
Started last year as a response to the pandemic, the “Neighborhood Voices for Festivals” grant program aims to strengthen culture in Oakland.
Other events include pop-up shops for Mother’s Day goodies, and a Black writers’ showcase.
Other events include: a live reading by Harold Green III, hiking the Stream Trail at Redwood Regional, and School of the Arts Jazz Night at Yoshi’s
Other events include the ‘We Are Oakland’ holiday benefit concert, and a winter pop-pop sale in the Dimond.
The Oakland guitarist—an essential player in the Bay Area’s vibrant flamenco scene—performs Sunday at The Sound Room.