The sounds that surrounded Etta James while living with her mother in San Francisco’s Fillmore District, 1949 to 1955, had a pronounced influence on her development as one of the most versatile vocalists in the [...]
Students at San Leandro High School met with career professionals on Friday, April 17 during the 11th annual Career Day, sponsored by the San Leandro African American Business Council (SLAABC).
Stockton’s 27th annual Earth Day celebration is Sunday, April 26. The event begins at 10 a.m. and goes until 4 p.m. at Victory Park, N Pershing Ave & Argonne Dr. in Stockton. <
Finally, after 164 days on hold, Loretta E. Lynch was approved by the U.S. Senate to become the first African American woman to lead the nation as the top law enforcement officer.
By Nikolas Zelinski Oakland residents, and business owners, are voicing concerns that the AC Transit Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) will lead to neighborhood displacement. The BRT is a 9.7 mile public rapid transportation project that [...]
San Francisco, CA – It wasn’t the duel we anticipated, but the ending was much more rewarding. A walk-off sacrifice fly upstaged two amazing pitchers. Madison Bumgarner’s three World Series rings verses Clayton Kershaw’s three [...]
Oakland, CA – Two games into the playoffs and the Golden State Warriors lead the series 2-0 over the New Orleans Pelicans. Yet, the Warriors are still not the favorite to win it all. No [...]
On April 15, Black Women Organized for Political Action and the Training Institute for Leadership Enrichment (BWOPA/TILE) introduced over 100 attendees to the halls where California legislation is created.
San Francisco, CA – The Giants had the day off yesterday and it was much needed. They came into tonight’s series, leaving the past behind them. Facing their division rivals, San Francisco found the offense [...]
San Francisco, CA – The day you get your hardware, is the day you remember what it all was for. The Giants received their championship rings designed by Tiffany & Co. The ceremony was held [...]
The Oakland Workforce Investment Board (WIB) this week released a “bleak” budget proposal for 2015-1016 that would slash funding for jobs and job training between 19 percent and 22 percent, and 50 percent for the [...]