Stories by James
A care facility has backed out of a deal to receive brain dead teen as Attorney Chris Dolan accuses Children's Hospital of getting in the...
The family of Jahi McMath says they have found a Bay Area facility to accept the 13-year-old, but Children's Hospital says transferring her would violate...
Born completely deaf in his left ear and “hard of hearing” in his right, Antoine Hunter is the founder and director of Urban Jazz Dance...
With call centers inundated with questions and lengthy wait times, volunteer groups are bridges between East Bay residents and Covered California.
Oakland visual artists make up 10 out of 16 of the Bay Area's grant recipients.
Seeking recognition and support from the city, new initiative unites creative manufacturers
Defense Attorney William DuBois calls the District Attorney's decision to try Richard Thomas as an adult "unconstitutional."
Thursday's march down MacArthur was the latest chapter in an extraordinary outpouring of support.
Sixteen-year-old Richard Thomas has been charged as an adult for potential hate crimes.
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...
For thousands of immigrants each month, the last stop on the road to U.S. citizenship is Oakland’s Paramount Theatre.
The theatre company will be bringing its collaborative energy to Downtown Oakland in 2014.
Public testimonies give voice to mothers' grief.
New Uptown restaurant brings sustainable sushi to Oakland.
With Mayor's endorsement in hand, Oakland hip-hop collective Hieroglyphics makes their way out of the underground.