Oakland schools are on spring break, so we’re recommending a few outdoor activities for the family. Plus: an Oakland A’s opening day watch party, and flamenco at Duende.
The city could install meters with “flex” pricing to deal with crowding and other impacts.
From the hills to Lake Merritt, the city is home to beautiful parklands. But who gets to enjoy them is determined by long-standing racial and class divides.
The City Auditor accused Oakland’s housing and parks departments heads of violating city spending rules to award contracts to friends.
Drought is the likely culprit in the first die-back pattern researchers have seen in the Bay Area.