The Black Aesthetic presents the third season of their film series, which showcases rare, unknown and influential films by black filmmakers. The third season kicked off on October 5 with a screening by Los Angeles-based...
Children and adults of all ages came out for First Friday at Chabot Space & Science Center to learn about how the human body works on Earth as well as in outer space.
Syrian refugees in the Bay Area are struggling in rebuilding their lives with the language barrier.
Before every 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. weekend screenings at Oakland’s Grand Lake Theater, Gordon Pratt pays tribute to the vaudeville--an act made obsolete by technological advancements in sound. While the ushers are still cleaning...
Follow team Dragonmax through the 22nd Annual Northern California International Dragon Boat Festival held at Lake Merritt, Oakland, California.
Specialty Foods, Inc., Oakland’s first African grocery, marks 40 years in business.
Pyeongtaek became the first South Korean city that Oakland has formed a friendship relationship with.
On Wednesday, Bay Area residents rallied in Oakland to demand immediate relief for Puerto Ricans following Hurricane Maria.
Yemeni corner store owners debate whether to continue selling alcohol because of religious reasons when it is an anchor product that supports their extended family.
Vietnamese-American writer, Andrew Lam, author of "Perfume Dreams: Reflections on the Vietnamese diaspora" and "Birds of Paradise Lost" spoke at the Oakland Asian Cultural Center on Tuesday about his experiences growing up as a refugee...
During the City Council meeting, the council members discussed Oakland’s shelter crisis, the federal legislation of California firearms laws and the state of the city address.
OUSD officials fixed the water quality at McClymonds high school located in West Oakland after discoloration was discovered in August.
Beyond Separation is one of many anti-racist trainings and workshops being offered in the Bay Area specifically geared towards white people. The group’s mission is to bring together white-identified people to explore issues of race...
An exhibit at the Chabot Space and Science Center in Oakland is exploring mechanics, engineering, and physics using pinball machines, some of which are see-through or deconstructed.
The city of Oakland will pass an ordinance declaring a two-year emergency shelter crisis as a response to the high number of Oakland residents that are unable to obtain shelter.
East Bay environmental groups are protesting against bills that would limit community choice energy programs.
On Sunday evening, about 40 people gathered for a peaceful vigil in Oakland’s Fruitvale neighborhood to mourn the loss of a person who died after being tased by Oakland police officers last week.
After years of waiting and yearning, more than 1,300 immigrants from 95 countries became United States citizens at a ceremony held at the Paramount Theatre in Oakland last Tuesday morning.
Residents met to discuss issues facing East Oakland including human trafficking and the sex trade, education, affordable housing, illegal dumping, improving employment opportunities, gun violence, and getting justice for the immigrant and refugee communities.