The Cherry Festival will be returning to San Leandro on Saturday, June 6, marking the 106th anniversary of this event. The Cherry Festival, which honors San Leandro’s heritage as the former cherry-growing capital of the [...]
The San Leandro Public Library and San Leandro Police Department will host an event for children and young fans of community heroes on Thursday, April 16 from 10:30 a.m. -11:30 a.m.
The Bay Area’s annual Cesar Chavez parade and festival will be held Saturday, April 18 in San Francisco. The parade will assemble at 10 a.m. and begin at 11 a.m. The 24th Street Fairs will [...]
Special to the Post Students don’t often get asked their opinion about school or life, but Oakland educator Felicia Bridges is giving all students with something to say an opportunity to share their experiences. [...]
Entries are being accepted through Aug. 15 for the ninth annual Ernest J. Gaines Award for Literary Excellence. Information on criteria and entrance forms for the award, which includes a $10,000 cash prize, is available [...]
From Baltimore to the San Francisco Bay Area, celebrity chef Robert Stewart is living out his dream as he takes his culinary talents around the world.
By Jonathan Morales, SFSU News Struggling to find work in 2012 amid the fallout from the recession, photographer Brittany Powell declared bankruptcy to relieve herself of the credit card debt she had accumulated just trying [...]
As a teenager growing up in Berkeley during the 1960s, Tramaine Hawkins, the daughter of Ronald and Lois “the Pie Queen” Davis, was well aware of the Civil Rights Movement. She was too busy, however, [...]
It’s supposed to go like this: You are born, you grow up, graduate from high school, then college. You fall in love, get married, have two-point-five children and a mortgage with a two-car garage, you [...]
Bay Area artist Mildred Howard and students from the West Contra Costa school district will showcase their work in the Richmond Art Center’s spring exhibitions, which opened this past weekend. <