Best Ways To Celebrate Black History Month 2013 In The East BayBlack History Month 2013 in the East Bay means celebrations of the lives and achievements of many individuals. Black success stories include chefs like Sarah Kirnon and vintners, international documentary subjects and dancer, actor and activist Josephine Baker to a pioneering female journalist for the Oakland Tribune. Get your dose of black history with any of these suggestions. The experience will be priceless.
Jury Rules Against Former Oakland Administrator In Termination Lawsuit An Alameda County jury took only 40 minutes Monday to reject a lawsuit filed by former Oakland City Administrator Deborah Edgerly claiming that former Mayor Ron Dellums fired her because she was a woman.
Embattled Oakland Mayor Says He's Been MisunderstoodThe embattled mayor of Oakland sat down for a rare interview with a television journalist Monday, alleging that the media didn't understand him. He added that his real accomplishments in office were hidden from public view.
Dellums Touts Oakland Accomplishments In Report, Denies Early ExitOakland Mayor Ron Dellums said in a 68-page "State of the City" report Wednesday that he has reduced crime, boosted the city's economy, and improved health care and education.
Oakland Mayor Ron Dellums May Leave Term EarlyIt looks like the current mayor of Oakland may want to leave his job before his term ends. KCBS and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier said that Ron Dellums' wife has been talking with city officials about the possibility that her husband depart before January third.
Oakland Mayor Dellums Cancels Final State Of The City AddressMayor Ron Dellums announced Monday he won't give his final "State of the City" address in person and will instead post it in written and video formats on the city's website.
Oakland Mayor Will Not Seek Second Term
No Deal, Oakland Cops Laid Off
Disappointment Over Mehserle Verdict Resounds
Mehserle Found Guilty of Involuntary Manslaughter