The environmental restoration group invites the public to celebrate its resilience in the wake of vandalism that damaged thousands of plants earlier this year.
Fashion, cuisine, the arts and more are celebrated around The Town.
Presented by Oakland musician and producer Paul Tillman Smith’s Chump Change Records, the new album gathers foundational East Bay R&B, soul and funk players — many of whom will perform this weekend in Berkeley.
Help clean up your favorite park. Learn more about cool critters. Hike a new trail.
If you had seen me in the 20-person lineup at Temescal Brewing’s Masskrugstemmen competition, you would’ve thought I had no chance. How wrong you would’ve been.
Other events include: an ‘Animal Style’ exhibit at Creative Growth, Andrew Alden and Jenny Odell at Oakland Public Library, and house music at CryBaby.
The 28th annual event includes numerous opportunities for locals to volunteer, build community, and restore the environment.
Other events include a Taylor Swift and Beyoncé laser show, Drawn Together at Fairyland, and Student Shop Day.
The Cultural Affairs Division accounts for 0.362% of the City of Oakland’s budget.
Oakland Ballet’s ‘Dancing Moons Festival’ will run March 16-18 at the Oakland Asian Cultural Center.
The multi-instrumentalist and singer both have South Bay roots. But they found fertile soil for their musical explorations in the Town.
Join us at the New Parkway on March 23 for a lively discussion with East Bay Yesterday creator Liam O’Donoghue, Oakland Voices co-director Momo Chang, and KQED correspondent and host Pendarvis Harshaw.
Much more than a parade, this Sunday’s celebration downtown will feature two music stages, all-ages activities, and 200 Black vendors.
The alma mater of NBA greats Bill Russell and Paul Silas is making strides under second-year coach and alum Barry Bell.
Cars are being used as “literal weapons,” bike advocates say. According to witnesses, cars chased, rammed, and doored bicyclists in separate incidents this weekend.
The nine-time Grammy-nominated vocalist and sought-after pianist will perform together this week at Piedmont Piano Company.
A ‘Grapes of Wrath’ journey in reverse, the new play is surreal and ambitious, though the production’s 25 songs are a bit excessive.
Ed Brail started as a crime scene technician on Chicago’s mean streets and became a trusted servant of families in grieving.
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.
The Oakland-based vocalist will perform Sunday, backed by an all-star cast of East Bay jazz musicians.