Producer Raymond Bell, a Berkeley High School graduate in the 1970s, recently received television’s highest honor, winning an Emmy at the 66th Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards, hosted by the Television Academy.
Oakland has a long record of producing college and professional basketball players who started out and their craft at the gyms and parks in the city.These players have ranged from NBA greats like Bill Russell, [...]
San Francisco, CA – One of the biggest concerts of the decade finally made it to the city. Two icons came together to perform some of their Grammy nominated hits and together it was explosive. [...]
The National Youth Orchestra (NYO) of the United States of America gave a performance in the Joan and Sanford I. Weill Hall at Sonoma State University’s Green Music Center, part of an eight-city coast-to-coast tour [...]
Alameda County Supervisor Keith Carson will host a ceremony at 11:30 a.m., Monday, Aug. 18 at Oakland City Hall Plaza to present Motown legend Berry Gordy with a County Proclamation declaring “Berry Gordy Day” in [...]
Growing up in San Francisco, Rodney Jackson knew that he wanted to dedicate his life to his passion and love for theatre. As a child, he could usually be found at the San Francisco Arts [...]
The one and only James Brown– proclaimed “Godfather of Soul” who forever changed the landscape of rhythm, blues, funk and dance around the world–was a composite of influences, mostly negative, as the story’s told in [...]
Former Heavyweight Champion Mike Tyson will bring his acclaimed one-man show, “MIKE TYSON: UNDISPUTED TRUTH” to Stockton at the Bob Hope Theatre on October 2nd. Tickets are now on sale.
Curtis Lawson will be bringing the Blues to Marin City on Friday, July 4 and Saturday, July 19. Lawson and his band will be performing on July 4 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. at [...]
By Jason Newman, Rolling Stone Bobby Womack, whose career spanned seven decades, died last Friday at age 70. The son of two musicians, Womack began his career as a member of Curtis Womack and the [...]