Two upcoming pop-up test sites hope to test 1,000 African Americans in Oakland, the population with most devastating COVID effects in Alameda County.
"One of the things I’ve tried to emphasize to my friends and others is by getting tested and knowing, you’re doing yourself a favor and helping reduce that risk for others."
After 19 years in Oakland, the Laurel Book Store closes.
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Mask Oakland is donating N95 masks to homeless populations and organizations that work with unhoused populations. Our curbside neighbors are most at risk for smoke inhalation.
Airport travel is increasing in Oakland. Hear from an airline worker on what it's been like being an essential worker.
Since the start of the pandemic, the Bay Area has banded together in a multitude of ways to support the most critical needs of our community. Cheetah, the first restaurant supply app, is launching a[Read more]
After deleting all references to Arab American Studies and Pacific Islander Studies in the CA Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum (ESMC), the state is likely to reinstate both in the next revised version of the curriculum.
Ed, sole caregiver for his wife, both contract COVID-19 despite precautions.
I learned there’s now a term to describe people like me who are undisciplined mask wearers — maskholes. You know the type: we slop them on like an old sock.