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Dr. Donna Carey Galvanizes Her Community

Alarmed by statistics about African American infant deaths, a Highland Hospital pediatric physician initiated a safe sleep campaign that others may emulate.
October 23, 2019

Women’s All B-Ball Lets Women Hoop It Up

Rita Forte of Oakland and her friend Amanda Lesky of San Francisco have created a way for women to play basketball for post-college age play.
October 21, 2019

Donald Swearingen Tunes Into Music and Math

He uses them to write avante-garde music and software.
October 7, 2019

Cellist Nick Reeves May Be Bach’s Biggest Fan

The young cello protégé hears the master’s influence in contemporary music.
September 11, 2019

Cindy Margulis Is an Avian Advocate

As the Golden Gate Audubon Society’s general director, she’s for the birds.
September 9, 2019

The Gnomes of Oakland Live On

Author Kamaria Lofton and artist Steven Anderson are revealing nocturnal tales about The Town’s favorite tiny mascot in a new book, The Gnomes of Oakland.
August 9, 2019

Diana Becton Shakes Up the DA’s Office

As the first woman and first African American elected as Contra Costa’s district attorney, she’s wasting no time with programs to bring justice for all.
July 8, 2019

Popular Music Teacher Helena Jack Gives Up Full-Time Teaching

The beloved and respected band teacher and creator of the award-winning Oakland Eastside All-Star Ensemble reflects on her teaching career.
July 1, 2019

CEO James Head Brings a Revolutionary Approach to East Bay Community Foundation

Under Head’s leadership, the foundation has engaged in direct campaign work, and has asked its donors not only for their money but also their expertise.
June 10, 2019

Allen Baptist Temple Church Congregation Chooses Jacqueline Thompson as Pastor

The Oakland native is the storied church’s first female pastor and plans to continue its long history of social justice and community service.
June 7, 2019