Twenty-two year old spoken word artist Jazz Hudson has been rocking East Bay mics since the eighth grade. From her first writer’s workshop at the West Oakland Library — where her father sent her to “curb that mouth of hers” — she has performed from the streets of Oakland and Richmond to the national stage, often with her three-year-old son Nassor at her side.
This three-piece experimental pop band from Oakland — and no, Religious Girls are not actually girls — is the next feature in our “Bandwidth” video series on East Bay music.
The bald fade, the Caesar, the mohawk. Your Search Is Over Barbershop does it all.
A diverse crowd packs the Greenway to mulch, weed, beautify, and clean up.
The new left-leaning city council faces steep challenges ahead.
The Oilers and the Eagles had a lot to cheer about in 2010, setting a foundation for next season’s march to the goal line.