The fight to build affordable housing on a parcel of public land by Lake Merritt has once again turned into a tug-of-war between the East..
Residents from a number of community groups attended the City Council’s Rules and Legislation Committee, calling on the committee to support a temporary “moratorium on..
Brooklyn Basin, a $1.5 billion waterfront condominium project now being built near downtown Oakland, may be a great deal for developers but not so good..
By Kitty Kelly Epstein There is an emergency in Oakland. The policies that prevail in Oakland City Hall are going to drive most..
Nearly a month after City Council passed a resolution designating the 14th Street corridor in downtown Oakland as the Black Arts Movement Business..
By James Vann Part II Oakland’s present catastrophic rental and affordable housing crisis, which monthly disrupts 1,000 long-established households through evictions, displacement, foreclosures, and..
Speakers at January’s Post Salon examined what Oaklanders as a community can do to solve one of the largest crises facing the city: out-of-control rent..