The East Bay Regional Park District aims to prevent fires from starting and spreading from the East Bay hills to urban neighborhoods.
A proposed ordinance would require designated locations for dockless bikes and scooters, and a cap on their total numbers.
A new mixed-use development in Temescal will deliver a Whole Foods 365 store and lots of housing, including 17 "very low income" units.
Two new murals from The Original Scraper Bike Team aim to draw attention to the still-uncompleted 16-mile bicycle and pedestrian path.
Last year, 20,000 people attended the East Bay bicycle festival.
Once complete, the MacArthur Station Residences will become the tallest building in North Oakland.
Kids and teens can enjoy a free, nutritious lunch at six branch locations.
OakDOT will approve up to thirty temporary street murals throughout the city.
The magazine specialty store is moving into a shipping container across from the MacArthur BART station.
Fire damage to the bakery's electrical and ventilation systems forced a temporary closure.
The neighborhood's newest restaurant offers new takes on classic burgers.
Artichoke Basille’s Pizza will take over the spot this fall.
The Well is set to reopen on August 1 with later hours and a revamped menu.
Throughout the NBA Finals, the restaurant is exclusively serving the rapper's tequila at its new pier bar.
"Tall Paul" Brown, known for his custom-built, double-stacked bicycles, died on May 26.
The owners plan to open before the end of the year.
An atmospheric nightclub with a bar, lounge and performance space is coming to Broadway.
Each human-sized statue has been customized by a local artist.
Citing pressure from gentrification, the weekday eatery will close after less than a year in business.
This is the ethically-sourced burger chain's first Oakland outpost.
White Horse Bar has been a popular LGBTQ+ hangout since 1933.
The nonprofit also offers free showers to homeless residents in LA and SF.
“Everything that’s great about this restaurant we plan on keeping,” said co-owner Jen Cremer.
Tomorrow, the city rolls out the red carpet for local cyclists.
“There’s been a lot of safety problems here and this is our attempt to resolve that," said a city employee.