Other events include the grand opening of nonprofit Chapter 510’s new headquarters and singer-songwriter Satya’s hometown debut at The New Parish.
While Black Friday encourages consumerism, local second-hand shops offer an alternative place to pick up workout gear, coffee tables, or even a wedding dress, without the waste.
Every year, cars destroy a handful of small businesses, upending shop owner’s lives and revealing street safety issues.
This year’s focus is on Oakland small businesses and a pop-up COVID-19 vaccine clinic.
The City Council agreed on Tuesday to create a commercial cooking space at Arroyo Viejo Recreation Center, funded by a $100,000 gift from Google.
An Oakland restaurant snagged the East Bay’s lone Michelin star, but regional Bib Gourmand representation is strong.
With his 100% Black-owned and operated brand, “Tunde” Ahmad is merging textiles from Ghana with urban streetwear designs.
BIDs are an important part of the city’s economic life and often come up in our reporting, so we wrote this explainer.
A new round of federal COVID-relief grants—up to $15,000—is available for small businesses in low-income areas. Here’s how to see if you qualify.
We captured the scene on Tuesday night at six bars, from East Oakland to downtown.