Since the Oakland warehouse fire that claimed 36 lives earlier this month, the city has seen a rash of landlord panic and opportunism, according to community members who have seen the number of unannounced fire [...]
The Oakland Board of Education this week chose the same Southern California search firm to recruit a new superintendent that they utilized to hire outgoing Superintendent Antwan Wilson two-and-a-half years ago.
A new food recovery pilot program on Tuesday began delivering fresh food to seniors living at the Helios Corner, an 80-unit affordable housing community for low-income seniors and seniors with special needs.
Proprietors of Everett & Jones BBQ and residents of a neighboring artist warehouse met over the weekend with a message of unity and mutual aid as they paid tribute to the 36 lives lost in [...]
For the first time in history, an Oakland Athletic League team won a state football championship, as McClymonds High Schools Warriors last Saturday won the 5-A high school football CIF State Championship game [...]
The fact that Las Vegas, Nevada has wage levels so low that it can’t support an NFL team like the Oakland Raiders is a hard pill for some to swallow. So, instead of [...]
Earth2Trump, a cross-country roadshow heading to Washington, D.C., and building a network of resistance to incoming President Trump, is coming to Oakland on Jan. 2. The tour is organized by the Center for Biological [...]
According to reports, the Oakland Raiders and its President Marc Badain hired Convention, Sports, and Leisure, a Plano, Texas-based firm with a history of producing what many claim are overinflated reports, to [...]
As Nevada approved a $750 million for an NFL Stadium ostensibly for the Oakland Raiders to move to Las Vegas, workers in Sin City have held protests on the Las Vegas Strip [...]
“When jazz comes back, it brings your memories along,” says Robert “Bob” Schwartz, a 91-year-old tenor sax, clarinet musician and leader of a local sextet. He created his band, The Therapists, to bring joyful [...]