St. Mary’s College recently hosted its Leadership and Social Justice Conference last week in hopes of equipping “college students with the knowledge and wisdom to foster the common good.” Th
By Steve Hockensmith and Anthony Lazarus, SFSU News Geologists and engineers aren’t the only ones who learn something from seismic events. Since the major Bay Area quake of 1989, the experts who study how people [...]
The San Leandro Main Library will host an exhibit and live performance designed to honor and remember all those who have served in our nation’s armed force on Saturday, Nov. 15.
Bay Area teen and host of a youth television program Christopher Xavier Earl-Rockerfeller, 16, of San Leandro was recently awarded with the Berry Gordy Family Foundation Scholarship at the Heroes and Legends (HAL) Scholarship Awards [...]
This year, your teachers say you’ve changed a lot. You’ve grown a couple of inches, which is the first thing they noticed. They say you’re not a little kid anymore, that you’re more mature. Your
The San Leandro Police Department has been awarded a four-year, $500,000 grant through the United States Department of Justice – Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) program.
Bay Area residents will have a brief opportunity this week to view the highly anticipated documentary, “Nas: Time is Illmatic,” which delves into the roots of rapper Nasir Jones’ 1994 debut album “Illmatic” that is [...]
Singer Eban Brown, lead vocalist of the 70s soul music group The Stylistics, knows a thing or two about jazz and clubhouse music. A renowned guitarist, composer, singer and songwriter, he recently released a solo [...]
The San Leandro Public Library is holding an afternoon of traditional and period Celtic music on Saturday, Oct. 18 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. The performance will take place at the Main Library at [...]
When a person loves to dance, it’s the cherry on top when you get to perform for one of the top NBA teams in the country.That is the exciting news that Bay Area native Jekailah [...]