Oakland’s Waterfront Takes Center Stage at PortFest 2003
Oleta Adams to Star at PortFest 2003
Grammy-Winning Oakland Interfaith Choir on PortFest 2003
Bay Crossings Journal
Bay Crossings Poetry
Freeway Service Patrol Logs 1 Million Assists
Wine Festival by the Bay
How Do Bus Drivers Feel About Golden Gate’s Financial Problems?
Paving the Way for Buses – The Great GM Streetcar Conspiracy
Port of Call: Cayenne, French Guyana
Opening of Argonaut Hotel in San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park
Changing of the Guard at San Francisco’s Last Shipyard
The Port Of Oakland Needs Your Help!
Taste of Oakland
East Bay French-American School To Host Annual "La Place Du Marche"
What the AC Transit Bus Driver Knows
The Iraq war reader
Judge Orders Carnival Cruise Line to Stop Illegal Dumping
On the Oakland Waterfront, Seafarers Club Breaks New Ground
Year of the Salmon!
WTA: For Whom the Bridge Tolls
New Ferry Building Sunday Garden Market Opening May 4th
San Francisco Bay
Vermeer Chocolate Martini
Oakland Arts Focus
Music Calendar - May 2003
In appreciation: David Clark
Water Transit Authority  WTA

Oakland Arts Focus

Friday, May 30, 7-9 p.m.

In Your Face Youth Poets

PRO Arts Gallery, 461 9th Street

(510) 763-4361


Slam poets, hip-hop artists, and local youths raise their voices in poetry that speaks to community, and the everyday issues that they face. Poets from Youth Speaks and local youth organizations will be asked to participate.  Five youth poets will raise their voices to empower, teach, and tell it like it is. A 30-minute open mic will also take place to give voice to the Bay Area’s amazingly talented young people.

Friday, July 4, 12 p.m. - 10 p.m.

Fourth of July Celebration

Jack London Square

(510) 814-6000


Patriotism is the flavor of the day with live music, children’s activities, and spectacular fireworks at dusk.

Saturday- Monday, August 30 - September 1
3rd Annual Art & Soul Festival

Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

(510) 444-CITY


This celebration of Oakland’s arts community will include live performances of music and dance, visual art exhibitions, children’s activities, art vendors, and much more. Free admission.


Chi gallery is a virtual art gallery owned and operated by Corinne Innis, an artist, curator, and filmmaker. Chi gallery began as a small art gallery in downtown Oakland, California on March 4, 2000. In order to reach a wider audience, after two and a half years the gallery was transformed from a storefront to a virtual gallery on the internet. Art may be viewed by appointment. Check it out at www.chigallery.com.