“We’re not partial to anybody in particular. Just individuals who are strong and females who can work on their own cars,” Ann said.
The Jack London Market Square building was transformed into a showcase of Oakland’s ‘Do it Yourself’ (DIY) culture at the Patchwork handmade festival.
Today Antique is wearing a black skirt over green tights, a boldly-striped tank top over a black long-sleeve shirt, bright earrings that look like ice cream cones you might find in a Dr. Seuss story,...
Body music, for the uninitiated, is an art form composed of sounds and rhythms made solely with the body.
When the photographer epli came up with the project “Here. Before. Art From A Contested Space,” she had one goal foremost in mind—to spark an honest conversation about gentrification between new residents of West Oakland...
Latham Square is an experimental project in a space once entirely open to vehicle traffic, but was transformed into a pedestrian plaza last August. The City of Oakland partnered with the Downtown Oakland Association and...
Oakland's own Twin Steps, a chameleon band, blends angst-ridden lyrics with incongruous sounds from soul to pop to punk, in an eclectic show.
Community events and activities for the weekend of October 11-13, 2013.
Like moths to a flame, crowds flock to the troupe's recurring Wednesday performances
Despite delays, and funding concerns, the community arts institution persists
Oakland's long abandoned 16th Street Station hosts the coast-to-coast project.
Over a dozen riders saddled up for the 39th Annual Oakland Black Cowboy Association Parade on Saturday. The event celebrates the often untold history of black cowboys and cowgirls.
Food makers and food lovers converged at Jack London Square September 27-29 for three days of music, drinks and cuisine at the Eat Real Festival.
Every week, Oakland North will publish a photo submitted by one of our readers. This week’s image from the Paramount Theatre was sent by Benjamin Gaunt.
Founded in Oakland in October 2012 by wife-and-husband team Samantha and Chris Cook, Hacker Scouts was developed as an outlet for children who want to learn hands-on skills not usually offered in traditional schools.
Totally Radical Muslim zine's just-released second volume focuses on poetry and art reflecting the experiences of queer and transgender people within Islam.