This month’s Oakland Post Salon will discuss the struggle for jobs for Oakland residents: “Working in Oakland: How can we create jobs to support the right of people to continue living in the city,” Sunday, [...]
Four Seasons Arts, one of the oldest music series in the Bay Area, is announcing its new season. Harpist Ann Hobson Pilot and Kelly Hall-Tompkins will open the season on Oct. 10 at [...]
The San Leandro Main Library, located at 300 Estudillo Avenue, will host its first “How To” Festival on Saturday, Sept. 19 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Bay Area Latino Festival will take place noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 12 at the Oracle Arena East Side Club 7000 Coliseum Way in Oakland.
“King Hedley II,” as presented by the Lower Bottom Playaz, is a must-see to understand the many social problems and generational barriers that play a part in the lives of our families.
The Oakland Citizens Committee for Urban Renewal (OCCUR) will host its second annual David E. Glover Legacy Awards, honoring people who have impacted the lives of others and created change in the community, 6:30pm, [...]
“In order to improve race relations in America, we must speak up. Comfortable silence has gotten us nowhere,” said Alomar Burdick, one of the young panelists speaking at the Community Forum on Racial Justice on [...]
When it comes to young storytellers, the East Bay has a unique and diverse mix of individuals. To recognize these brilliant and innovative young people, Alameda County Supervisor Keith Carson will host the East [...]
By Alamo Brown One of the most wonderful things about Soulful Softball Sundays at Nichol Park in Richmond at 2 p.m. is that we are able to get the blessings of our families.
Noah Griffin, founder and artistic director of the Cole Porter Society, brought the American composer and songwriter Cole Porter to life when he presented a program recently at the Commonwealth Club of California.