21 Mar 2023

Jonathan Carver Moore Gallery Opening in the Transgender District

He stood in the morning light of his gallery, dressed in black with metallic shoes, and moved confidently through his well-lit space. The gallery opening will take place on Thursday, March 23, and it is clear from the reverent way he talks about the pieces on display, that Moore has a sincere love of art.

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19 Aug 2022

Apply Now For These BIPOC Small Business Grants & Offerings

We are happy to help support two organizations (SEED Network as well as By and For) who reached out to us about opportunities for local BIPOC small businesses. At the heart of both offerings is a want to help minority-owned businesses. Details are below. Please reach out to each individual

Katy Atchison 0
19 Jul 2023

The East Bay Beer Passport is Here!

Step into a world of adventure with the 2023-2024 East Bay Beer Passport! There’s no better way to explore the East Bay than to literally drink it in. Each passport contains 27 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 27 of the finest locally owned breweries,

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12 Aug 2022

West Oakland Now Has Its Own Farmers Market

As of June, West Oakland now has its own Farmers Market. We sat down with the creator of the market to learn more about what makes this one unique and what the future holds for this new event. Currently, the market features 45-50 vendors including local, seasonal growers, pasture-raised meats,

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23 Feb 2022

13 Bay Area Events to Celebrate Women’s History Month

At the close of 2021, we lost three legendary female writers in a single month. These writers were, of course, bell hooks, Eve Babitz and Joan Didion. The losses followed one another in such quick succession that the world hardly had a chance to give each woman their due in

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