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Renowned artist Nancy Seamons Crookston passes away, leaving a legacy of vibrant portraiture.
Oaklands First Fridays festival temporarily closes due to financial struggles, seeks new funding sources for future continuation.
Immerse yourself in the two-day Lafayette Art & Wine Festival, an annual gathering with a mix of art, food, drinks, and entertainment as we explore the effects the event has on local businesses.
Hayward seeks artists to create two murals for the Stack Youth and Family Center, reflecting local culture and history in an effort to promote community engagement and inclusiveness.
Alameda County District Attorney Pamela Price honored with community service award at the 31st annual FOG Indian Day Parade and Fair, celebrating cultural diversity and inclusivity in Fremont.
Vallejo City moves to celebrate its own, rapper E-40 gets an honorary street naming as the council pays respect to his entertainment and philanthropic achievements.
California's ambitious Creative Corps Initiative is providing artists with a $60 million budget for civic-minded projects.
Acclaimed artist Binta Ayofemi, who aims to transform vacant buildings in the Bay Area into centers for Black culture and art, faces accusations of owing hundreds of thousands of dollars in rent.
Oakland-based DJ Erika Kayne leaves an impressive legacy as a transcendent artist and dublab resident, while the world mourns her loss.
The fifth annual incarnation of Oakland's Drunken Film Fest will show no less than 74 independent short movies over six nights, with showings taking place at a different bar each night from Sunday, Oct. 9 through Friday, Oct. 14.
The dream to turn an almost century-old movie theater near the eastern side of Lake Merritt in Oakland into the first-ever cannabis-friendly movie house is on hold, but it is apparently still in the works.
Called “Seize the Time,” the Oakland Museum of California’s upcoming exhibit will be curated around the influence of Angela Davis and includes over 130 pieces organized into four sections, each one themed around a specific topic around her advocacy work.
Friday night is opening night for Crybaby, which fills the big shoes and big neon guitar sign of the Uptown Nightclub.