At the epicenter of the Art Murmur and holding it down on Broadway decades before First Friday hit the Oakland nightlife, Rosewood House is celebrating its 44th year in business with an Anniversary Sale. Featuring fine furniture handmade in polished hardwoods, and Asian antiques rivaling the collections you have to pay to see in Asian Art museums, you should stop in just to soak in the fineness of the exquisitely curated collection. A warm message from its founder, welcoming you and your friends and family to check in.
MOCHA provides hands-on arts learning experiences for children and their families in our museum, in schools and preschools, and in public venues. MOCHA prepares educators to teach art and integrate arts learning across academic subject areas. MOCHA advocates for the arts as an essential part of a strong, vital and diverse community. MOCHA emphasizes outreach [...]
Missed Oakland Digital’s Inspiration Awards 2012 Dec. 6th event? Here are some video highlights…
The 8th Annual Faith Fancher Breast Cancer Challenge is a 5K Walk/Fun Run for the entire family. The course circles Oakland’s scenic Lake Merritt and is a fundraiser for uninsured and underinsured women undergoing treatment for breast cancer. You can learn more about our work on the Videos page and at http://www.faithfancher.org/
Whole Foods Market Oakland is having a fabulous Memorial Day “Lawn Party” on Monday, May 28th and they wanted to invite you all! Feel free to pass along this event to any friends and family in the neighborhood!!
Please join the City of Oakland in promoting the New York Times ranking of our city as the #5 place to visit in the world. In the esteemed publication’s recent feature “45 Places to Go in 2012,” Oakland was ranked #1 among all North American cities, placing in between #4 London and #6 Tokyo.
International Women’s Day 2012: Connecting Girls, Inspiring Futures
http://www.odalc.org – Lonnie Rashid Lynn, Jr. (born March 13, 1972), better known by his stage name Common (previously Common Sense), is an American hip-hop artist and actor. Video recorded in Oakland, CA, for the kick-off of Black History Month. Black History Month is an observance of the history of the African diaspora in a number [...]
Whole Foods Market (NASDAQ: WFM) today announces a new initiative to help Oakland shoppers make educated and positive lifestyle choices that promote their long-term health and wellbeing. Opening on Monday, Sept. 19 and located inside Whole Foods Market’s Oakland store, the Wellness Club program offers a variety of educational classes in a supportive setting to help individuals make more informed decisions about living a healthier lifestyle. Wellness Club leadership will host a bread-breaking ceremony at 10 a.m., which will involve cutting a healthy, sprouted grain baguette.
On Thursday, August 18th 2011, Oakland Digital Arts & Literacy Center (ODALC) hosted the first meeting between the Burmese Community and Daphne Kwok, Chair of President Barack Obama’s Advisory Commission on Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders. This historic gathering in downtown Oakland was part of the White House Initiative for positive change in the AAPI community.