Raising money in stages over a decade, Oaklanders worked together to get Morgan's King’s Daughters Home built in the wake of the 1906 earthquake.
The Mills College bell tower made architect Julia Morgan world-famous for her use of reinforced concrete. It turns 115 this spring.
Using archival information, attorney Jacob Berman mapped the rail lines that once connected Oakland, Piedmont, Berkeley, and Alameda.
Vinyl fans: Here are your top-rated spots for new and used records.
Two new murals from The Original Scraper Bike Team aim to draw attention to the still-uncompleted 16-mile bicycle and pedestrian path.
From comedy and music to a fireside chat and more.
From comedy and music to a networking event and a dance off, here's how you can have fun on a budget.
The writer-director took questions after a screening of his new film, "Sorry to Bother You."
With a fireworks spectacular, film screenings and concerts at Davies Symphony Hall, the SFS is heating things up.
The annual LGBTQ film festival will screen 153 films from 39 countries.
The character became inextricably linked to Oakland with the movie's release this year.
The award-winning pianist performs Brahms' Piano Concerto No. 1.
The project documents multiple farms in the area, though some no longer exist.
Join the SF Symphony on a fantastical journey through time and space.
An amateur historian and an artist created a visual link to The Town's past.
Get ready for T-Swift, Khalid and more big acts to roll through the Bay Area.
The West Coast's oldest African-American dance company celebrates 45 years with two nights of performances.
This is the first Bay Area locale for the "sip and paint" franchise.
Prescott Circus Theatre students will perform a talent showcase tomorrow at Oakland Technical High School.
Devo is returning to Oakland for the first time since 2014.
The initiative is targeted to people who can't travel due to financial barriers.
SFS' Leonard Bernstein celebration continues, pitting exuberant odes to love and youth against life-saving propaganda.
The weeklong Kwanzaa celebration begins on December 26th.
Tell us about your favorite thing to see, taste or do in Oakland for the holidays and you could win a pair of tickets.
More than 60,000 people were expected at the celebration, which honors the memories of the departed.