Lifestyle wrap: Top stories in Oakland
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You Can Have This Oakland Victorian For Free — But You Have to Pay to Move It
A Victorian house in Oakland in an unknown state of repair is being offered for free to any taker who will pay to have it relocated. In a move to placate preservationists who don't want to see a historic home demolished, a developer in Oakland has posted a notice outside 2428 Chestnut Street (technically it's been known as 2420 Chestnut Street) — between 24th and 26th streets in West Oakland — advertising "FREE HOUSE - MUST BE MOVED." Read more
Well folks there goes the neighborhood. As had said Oakland City leaders are not leading, their making by donations alone yea rite. No really they plan to all flats landers old homes and turn them into apartment complexes and your retirement homes forget it they don't care about just their income and campaign coffers. R.I.P. 🙏✝️✡️🗽🇺🇸
Visit The Alley Cat Bar Oakland At 3325 Grand Avenue
Help save The Alley! The Alley Cat Bar, the legendary local landmark at 3325 Grand Avenue in Oakland, and that’s so much a part of Oakland’s history, and is one of a few active piano bars in the World, needs our help to stay open during The Pandemic. The initial fundraising drive brought in $94,000, but $175,000 is needed. And even though the Alley’s open now, and people are visiting, the money is still needed. Read more
Why is California still requiring masks at school? Here's what parents and experts say
California’s new COVID-19 health rules for K-12 schools differ from CDC guidance in one key way: The state will require masks indoors for all students and adults who are sharing spaces with students, whereas the CDC recommends mask-wearing only for students and staff who are not yet vaccinated. The state’s... Read more
it's called the Gavin newsom dictatorship remember you live in a communist state here social estate it's California but that doesn't mean the news they're all out vacationing
COVID Reopening: Push To Expand Ferry Service, Add New Routes In Oakland
One Oakland City Councilmember wants ferry services to expand. Vice Mayor Rebecca Kaplan wants to increase the frequency of the ferries and add new routes. Read more