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.
The community is invited to enjoy the 5th Annual Olive Oil Festival at St. Mary’s High School on Sunday, September 28th from noon to 5 p.m. This family friendly festival, traditionally held in May, has [...]
The Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce announces the selection of Joelle Gomez of the Women Center – Youth & Family Services as its 2014 ATHENA Award recipient and Shelby Riley of Central California Safety Council [...]
Former NBA player Adonal Foyle hosted the 10th annual Hi Caribbean in White Reunion last Saturday at the Snow Building in Oakland. The fundraiser benefitted Foyle’s Kerosene Lamp Foundation, founded in 2005 to empower youth [...]
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 – [...]
The YWCA San Francisco + Marin is currently seeking nominations for women whose passion and hard work have had a significant impact in Marin County. Winners will be inducted at the 2015 Annual Marin Women’s [...]
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, [...]
In 2007 Richmond California was ranked America’s ninth most dangerous city. In 2013 Richmond was ranked America’s 69th dangerous city. Homicide rates are dropping nationally, but not steep enough. The homicide crisis in the black [...]
The Attend and Achieve Back to School event welcomed over 950 students Saturday who walked away with backpacks filled with notebooks, pencils and other necessary school supplies.