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 [...]
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.
The Richmond Main Street Initiative (RMSI) will present the 14th annual Music on the Main summer concerts Wednesdays, July 22 and Aug. 26, from 5 p.m. -7:30 p.m. in the lot next to the [...]
Oakland native Tova Ricardo was chosen as the 2015 Oakland Youth Poet Laureate, a top literary honor for both the city and its hometown hero. Ricardo, 16, was awarded with a $5,000 [...]
Ida Lewis grew up listening to lots of lively zydeco and Cajun music played on accordion in Beaumont, Texas during the 1930s and ‘40s. She was fascinated by the instrument but never considered [...]
Dorothy Morrison, whose spirit-filled contralto lead vocals sparked the 1969 hit “Oh Happy Day” by the Edwin Hawkins Singers, sat in a semicircle last Thursday rehearsing “America the Beautiful,” “God Bless America” and other patriotic [...]
By Brian Joseph Donovan The Positive Network Group, LLC (TPNG) and HAVEN, headquartered in Oakland with media divisions in Internet radio and television, is collaborating with the Post News Group to launch “Down [...]
Brother Will is an individual who has been through a lot, but will not let anything deter him from moving forward. As a former Howard University student and also a club promoter during his [...]