The final preparations are underway for the fourth annual Celebrate Stockton is Magnificent on Saturday, October 4th from 12pm to 3pm at Victory Park. Nearly 100 volunteers have signed up to assist in the setup, [...]
Race – more than any other demographic factor – determines levels of individual educational achievement, health and life expectancy, possibility of incarceration, and wealth in the United States.
Michael Morgan, music director and conductor of the Oakland East Bay Symphony, was one of the presenters at the TEDxLivermore event last Saturday at Las Positas College in Livermore, California.
The San Leandro Public Library is holding an afternoon of traditional and period Celtic music on Saturday, Oct. 18 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. The performance will take place at the Main Library at [...]
When a person loves to dance, it’s the cherry on top when you get to perform for one of the top NBA teams in the country.That is the exciting news that Bay Area native Jekailah [...]
Did you know that the government is one of the largest spenders of goods and services throughout the U.S.? Every year, the government spends an average of $536 billion on various goods and services.Businesses, especially [...]
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 – [...]
Business owner Ellen Manu-Bimpeh has been showcasing exquisite jewelry, apparel, and artwork that reflect the African culture at her store Sankofa African Arts & Jewelry now at a new location, 2433 Telegraph Ave. in Oakland.Handpainted [...]
Vallejo Together and the Greater Vallejo Recreation District present the 5th Annual Unity Day Celebration, commemorating Vallejo’s diversity in all forms. With two stages, the Cultural Stage and the Millennium Stage, an international food arena, [...]
What can you say about tragedy? When it’s imminent, you brace yourself and hope to come out unscathed. In its aftermath, you mourn and, eventually, you move on, healed… but not quite ever the same.