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  BROADCASTER AND BEST-SELLING AUTHOR TAVIS SMILEY BRINGS MULTI-MEDIA PRODUCTION DEATH OF A KING: A LIVE THEATRICAL EXPERIENCE HONORING THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR’S DEATH TO OAKLAND SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2018 at 3PM PARAMOUNT THEATER TICKETS ON SALE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18 AT 10 AM Smiley and Renowned Jazz Musician Marcus Roberts Bring the Untold Story of Dr....

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Join us on Sunday, February 18th at the Oakland Asian Cultural Center when the Asian American Orchestra and Voices Of A Dream ensemble present musical works celebrating Black History Month and commemorating Day of Remembrance, the internment of 120,000 Japanese Americans during WWII. Celebrating their 20th anniversary, the AAOrchestra will present the East Bay premiere of GO FOR BROKE! honoring...

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Interactive Theater For The Whole Family

Feb 18, 2018 - Dec 30, 2018

This event occurs weekly, on Sunday and Sunday.

Once Upon Your Mind is interactive theater that creates an original fairy tale using your suggestions and participation. The actors may even ask you to get on stage to be a character to help the story come alive.

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Softball and Baseball Training

Feb 19, 2018 - May 31, 2018

This event occurs weekly, on Monday and Tuesday.

Oaktown Ballers has opened up in the Laurel neighborhood in Oakland to provide baseball and softball training to kids ages 7-18 to improve their speed, form, hitting, pitching and much more. There are 3 cages for rental and new super accurate three wheel hitting machines. Private lessons start at $40 and classes start at $20. Mondays is Softball training ages 8U-10U at 5-6:30 and ages 12 and up...

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This event occurs weekly, on Monday.

The Alameda County Community Development Agency and the Alameda County Small Business Development Center are pleased to present the Food Entrepreneurship Academy-Advanced Series for existing and launching food centric businesses. The Academy is no charge to participants This is an advanced 10-part business workshop series offered to a select group of food company owners (foodservice and food...

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This event occurs weekly, on Monday.

“You either move toward something you love or away from something you fear. The first expands. The second constricts.”–Tom Crum Is your world growing or shrinking? Are you expanding your relationship with life or allowing it to hold you in place? We all experience different types of anxiety, like social unease or performance butterflies. In this workshop, we’ll explore the idea that...

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Richard Wolff, an American Marxist economist, well known for his work in economic methodology and class analysis, has rapidly become famous as well for his Pacifica Network Radio program, Economic Update, which is syndicated on over 60 stations. We have the dreadfully ominous prospect of President Donald Trump - just as the U.S. is sinking ever deeper into hard times for the vast majority of...

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Ethnobotany is the study of the relationship of plants and people across cultures and time. Cannabis has been in cultivation for millennia and used as a medicine, food, and for hemp fiber. This program will look at the historical uses of cannabis and how we might explore those uses in future research. Thomas J. Carlson, MD / MS in Botany is Teaching Professor in the Department of Integrative...

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Ethnobotany is the study of the relationship of plants and people across cultures and time. Cannabis has been in cultivation for millennia and used as a medicine, food, and for hemp fiber. This program will look at the historical uses of cannabis and how we might explore those uses in future research. Thomas J. Carlson, MD / MS in Botany is Teaching Professor in the Department of Integrative...

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