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 [...]
By Shannon Sims, OZY What do you do once you’ve beaten Michael Phelps’ record? At 16 years old? The response of swimmer Justin Lynch, who turned 18 last month, is to just keep practicing, chasing [...]
The daytime television show The Talk kicked off its fifth season this month on CBS with hosts Sara Gilbert, Aisha Tyler, Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood, and Julie Chen.
Did you know that the government is one of the largest spenders of goods and services throughout the U.S.? Every year, the government spends an average of $536 billion on various goods and services.Businesses, especially [...]
The City recently announced the Participatory Budgeting Cycle 2 ballot and the vote will kick-off on the Waterfront Green on Saturday, September 27th at noon. From September 25 to October 6, all Vallejo residents over [...]
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, [...]
Jo Manuel says Johobo bags got started because God helped her see something that no one else had: when she opened a plastic bag holding a tightly folded ottoman cover, it was upside down. Instead [...]
Uber and Lyft announced their removal of opposition and revealed their support of Assemblywoman Susan Bonilla’s AB 2293 last week. Throughout the process, both companies adamantly opposed the measure, which would address the dangerous gap [...]
The City of Vallejo achieved victory yesterday against the multimillion-dollar lawsuit brought by Green Valley customers to lower their water bills. Superior Court Judge Arvid Johnson dismissed the suit, rejecting each of its 12 legal [...]
From September 27 to October 6, all Vallejo residents over the age of 16 will have the opportunity to vote on how to spend $2.4 million in the second cycle of Participatory Budgeting (PB).