We—as Bay Area residents, riders and financiers of our public BART system—support the addition of THOMAS L. BERKLEY’s name to the 19th Street Oakland train station(s). Mr. Berkley was a great family man and father, human and civil rights advocate, accomplished attorney, founder/publisher of the Post newspapers around the Bay Area, world-renowned athlete as well as a past President during the major expansion of our Port of Oakland.
THE OAKLAND INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL IS UNDERWAY DON’T MISS YOUR TICKET TO THE WORLD VIA LIVE & VIRTUAL EVENTS
There is still time to experience the Oakland International Film Festival founded by David Roach, a graduate of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s alma mater, Morehouse College in Atlanta. Enjoy now through September 25,2021.
Mayor London N. Breed and the San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH) announced that vaccination sites are launching this week at four schools in partnership with the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) in order to further support vaccination among eligible individuals in schools and the surrounding community.
Damon Batiste of NOLA's Royal Family of Music, the Batistes and founder of NOSACONN (New Orleans South Africa Connection), shared the news of the loss of his business partner Tommy Peters and fellow musician Bennie Pete, like Batiste, also a New Orleans cultural ambassador.
No Dinner, No Drinks, No Workouts and more No No's-All in an Effort to Defeat Delta Variant--- Mayor London Breed Announced Thursday-All restaurants, bars, clubs, gyms and large indoor events will be required to obtain proof of vaccination from patrons and employees to protect against the continued spread of COVID-19.
Enjoy talented youth from across the nation including Oakland's talented singer Richard G, Watson. Read All About It!
Mayor London N. Breed and City Librarian Michael Lambert today announced that San Francisco Public Library (SFPL) will reopen 11 neighborhood branches for full in-person service by August 17, beginning today with the Park and West Portal locations. After the Labor Day holiday, the Main Library will also resume its pre-pandemic hours, providing evening service three days a week.
Take A Little Trip From COVID News With San Francisco LowRider Council's King of the Street at Cow Palace 8-14
War's Low Rider is the perfect theme music for Historic San Francisco Lowrider Council Celebrates 40th Anniversary with "King of the Streets" Lowrider Car Show and Hopping Contest at the Cow Palace, August 14, 2021. Classic Auto Event includes FREE Vaccines to protect people from the deadly Delta COVID virus as part of the VACUNATE YA / VACCINATE NOW campaign! "Take A Little Trip..." to the historic Cow Palace from all of the heavy COVID-19 news headlines.