Exciting theater festival focused on diversity and affordability features award-winning Oakland playwright, two military plays in an airplane hangar, a play entered in both the NYC and SF Fringe Festivals, and two one-woman shows – [...]
Master developer Phil Tagami of CCIG responded on Thursday to questions from the Oakland Post. “The city has requested an earlier delivery date of July 2016 in January 2014 and such a date is possible [...]
Army Base master developer and city agent Phil Tagami has a long-term relationship with the City of Oakland that creates a conflict of interest that could possibly influence turning over base property to build the [...]
Pam Drake, director of the Lakeshore Business Improvement District, was in her office last week when she ran afoul of Waste Management’s signature gatherers. She went outside to see for herself when she heard there [...]
Rev. Gregory Hunter was recently installed as the Senior Pastor of Olivet Missionary Baptist Church. Hunter accepted his call to ministry in 1989 and preached his first sermon at Berkeley Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Under [...]
Writer Dakotah Jennifer takes readers inside her world as she tells the story of a teenage girl going through the ups and downs of middle school in her book, “Drama.”
A coalition of police accountability activists is considering its next steps, while still smarting from city council members’ refusal to place a community-backed measure on the November ballot to create a police oversight commission.
Schroeder Hall captured the limelight this past weekend as its opening marked the newest chapter in the Green Music Center story.
Oakland is the midst of a hot mayoral campaign season, and the city is beginning to see unemployment and jobs as top issue for candidates, along with public safety and affordable housing.
The mood at Southside Church of Christ in Fort Worth, Texas last Sunday morning was somber and quiet. The congregation had just learned that one of its beloved members, a doctor working in Liberia, had [...]