Alameda County must collect and publish race/ethnicity demographic and city-level COVID-19 data, otherwise, it will be impossible to direct resources to flatten the curve or address inequities in access to testing, future treatment, and ultimately, [...]
Wright & Brown Distilling Co. has been in West Oakland for five years, making award-winning bourbon, rye whiskey, rum, and single malt. Each one of their bottles are made onsite, starting with a 250 gallon [...]
As the number of COVID-19 cases rise throughout the United States, we are keeping track of news in Oakland related to coronavirus. As of Tuesday, Alameda County has 135 confirmed cases (they do not release [...]
Schools and colleges and Oakland closed due to Coronavirus-related concerns.
Following the closure of McClymonds High School due to potentially contaminated water, parents are concerned about the health of their children and the closure will have on their students.
We all know the wave of development is pushing folks farther into East Oakland, the deeper parts. Parts that local folks call Deep East Oakland. Past the 70s into the 80s and 90s. An area [...]
It is no secret that the supply of free food in the Bay Area is limited. Especially in Oakland which has a large number of homeless people as well as many families who receive government [...]
I was walking up from my house on Fruitvale towards E. 14th Street. About two blocks from my house, I found myself walking behind two womyn. One pushed a baby stroller; a baby was wrapped [...]
Club Ritmo Fitness is located a few blocks from the Fruitvale BART station. From the Number 1 bus that runs up and down International Boulevard, it’s the stop just before or after the BART Station, [...]
Death is the ultimate traumatic experience. Being in a city such as ours, we are no strangers to death, nor violence. Whether you saw it first hand, or have seen it on the news, [...]