By Mike Aldax All three San Francisco Giants World Series trophies since the 2010 season will be on display at the Richmond Civic Center on Feb. 4.
Rev. Gregory D. Hunter and Olivet Institutional Missionary Baptist Church (OIMBC) Oakland will host a tribute to Bishop Gordon Humphrey on Sunday, January 18 at Love Center Ministries, 10440 International Blvd. in Oakland. Humphrey suddenly [...]
The community is invited to join Inner City Theater, Inc. as they bring another classic piece of American theater to life with their production of August Wilson’s “Two Trains Running”. It’s 1969, and change is [...]
The Black Employees Association of Stockton Unified School District (BEAUSD) and the Aquarian Coalition will host activities to celebrate the 95th birthday of Wilhelmina Henry. Henry was born January 20, 1920 in Columbia, South [...]
Although the new law is not effective until July 1, 2015, employers in California will need to begin carefully reviewing any sick leave or paid time off policies, as well as payroll and wage statement [...]
Jimmy Pendergrass, a retired Stockton Police Department employee, who was hit while crossing the street on his way to work died Tuesday, December 23nd. He was 70 years old.
By Ron Busby, Sr., President of U.S. Black Chamber of Commerce This one is different. We didn’t see George Zimmerman kill Trayvon Martin or Darren Wilson murder Michael Brown. Having only the perpetrators’ [...]
Cooking since the age of fourteen, Chef Michael Midgley realized his life-long dream to open his own restaurant. Midgley’s Public House, located on the Brick- Walk in Lincoln Center, promises to be an exciting, [...]
SMA Entertainment LLC presents “A Smooth Jazz Concert” featuring Eric Darius and Friends on Sunday, December 14 at 5 p.m. at Hutchins Street Square, 125 S. Hutchins Street in Lodi.
Anytime is a good time to visit San Joaquin County’s historical museum in Micke Grove Park south of Lodi, but December is the “put it on your calendar” time. In December, the museum complex comes [...]