The musical drama “Go Tell It! A Harriet Tubman Christmas Story” takes one back in time to the day before Christmas in 1854 when Harriet Tubman discovered that her brothers, enslaved in Maryland, were to [...]
Dimensions Dance Theater, the Bay Area’s preeminent African- American dance company for more than four decades, is announcing a holiday showcase of student performances in celebration of the 20th anniversary of its youth outreach program, [...]
Iola James, president of the Patrons of the Arts and Humanities, donated $500 to the Oakland East Bay Symphony Youth Orchestra on opening night Friday, Nov. 7.
A mural depicting the history of Filipinos in Vallejo was created by a renowned Filipino artist Eliseo Art Silva, with help from the community, and was completed last month.
“Cops and Robbers,” the new one-man play by hip-hop artist and police officer Jinho “The Piper” Ferreira, will be shown through Nov. 30, Sundays at 7:30 pm., at the Marsh Berkeley Arts Center, 2120 [...]
Attitudinal Healing Connection (AHC), a nonprofit that has invested in positive change of the Oakland community through the arts, will celebrate its 25th anniversary on Saturday, Nov. 15 at 6 p.m. at Scott’s Seafood Pavilion, [...]
The Phoenix Project of Marin is presenting an original theatrical play, “Oh How Things Change”, written by Marin City resident Aleasher Hightower, on Friday, Oct. 17 at 8 p.m.
Bay Area teen and host of a youth television program Christopher Xavier Earl-Rockerfeller, 16, of San Leandro was recently awarded with the Berry Gordy Family Foundation Scholarship at the Heroes and Legends (HAL) Scholarship Awards [...]
This year, your teachers say you’ve changed a lot. You’ve grown a couple of inches, which is the first thing they noticed. They say you’re not a little kid anymore, that you’re more mature. Your
“The Morrie Movement: The Influence of ‘Wee Pals’ Cartoonist Morrie Turner” comes to the African American Center of the San Francisco Main Library’s from Nov. 8 to Jan. 29 at 100 Larkin St. in San [...]