Merchants respond to violence in Oakland’s Chinatown. Volunteers organize to offer protection.
Oakland recently released a draft of its environmental impact study on the proposed site of the new baseball stadium where the A’s will make their home.
Oakland residents await the enforcement of the city’s recently adopted encampment management policy.
Business owners in Oakland’s Chinatown find a silver lining in a year filled with numerous obstacles.
Just how seriously are candidates for District 3 city council elections taking the air pollution problem in West Oakland?
OUSD’s board voted to close Kaiser and merge its student body and teaching staff with those already at Sankofa, to the dismay of Kaiser’s vocal supporters.
On a quiet fall day, Noni Session parked next to a two-story apartment building in North Oakland. It was a simple, white mid-century structure with a turquoise door and grey trim on the windows. Across the street, a BART train whizzed by on its way to MacArthur Station. Session is the executive director of a nonprofit called East Bay Permanent Real Estate Cooperative, or EBPREC. Several months ago, the organization purchased this building in a bid to protect tenants after…
There aren’t any markets or restaurants, but there is the Pu Guang temple. And pigeons. Lots of pigeons.
All 22 protesters arrested late Sunday in front of Oakland City Hall have been released from Santa Rita Jail as of late Tuesday night.