Members of the city’s Funding Advisory Committee (FAC) voted on their recommendations for the allocation of $955,000 in city funding to provide grants for individual artists and arts organizations in Oakland.
African American walking tours of Oakland will be held on Saturday, July 25 and Wednesday, Aug. 19. This tour highlights African American leaders that helped shape present-day Oakland, including Lionel Wilson, Delilah Beasley, [...]
The City of San Leandro invites the public to an evening of classical Indian dance with the Shri Krupa Dance Company, in celebration of Indo American Heritage.
Conservationists and environmental groups have been working for years to protect bobcats in California, where they’re sometimes trapped for their fur. But in the East Bay Regional Park District, the short-tailed felines are [...]
By Terri Schlichenmeyer The Bookworm Sez Never underestimate yourself. You can carry the weight of 10 worlds on your shoulders and still have time to do your job. You can lift spirits, move [...]
A national hip hop competition, Jack’N for Beats, is searching for the hottest unsigned MC to crown as this year’s winner with a $10,000 grand prize and studio session with hip hop mogul and [...]
Oakland-born vocalist E.C. Scott specialized in performing songs popularized by other artists – Etta James, Nancy Wilson and Al Jarreau among her favorites – during the early stages of her career.
By Troy Williams If you go to the website, gamechangersproject.org, one of the first things you see is a picture of a little boy with an Afro. The picture is titled: “Rites – [...]
Special to the Post U.S. Comptroller General Gene Dodaro may be running into troubles, along with ousted former DEA head Michelle Leonhart, over allegations that the Government Accountability Office (GAO is helping to cover [...]
Thirteen long, interesting years. Imagine: more than 115 months of your life spent with your hiney under a school desk. That’s a lot, but now you’ve graduated (or will soon be graduating) from high [...]