North Oakland Now:05.24.09
on May 24, 2009
But let’s take a break from all the worries. We have a lot to do within our own turf without having to get in the car and drive for hours.
We can explore the history of African American decedents in Mexico at the Oakland Museum of California. You can spend $10 to hear great jazz Monday played by local high school kids at Yoshi’s on Miles Davis Birthday. Even the New York Times appreciates the charms of Oakland.
And if you’re up early there is the Temescal Farmers Market.
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