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The Blackball Universe offices are now displaying art with First Friday receptions and Saturday drop-in hours. Though not open to the public, their offices operate Monday-Friday, and gallery appointments are available for weekdays.

Cricket Engine is a former military infirmary, utilised in the early part of this century. The collective is made of five artists who work individually in their own studios as well as contributing to shows in the larger gallery space.

Come dance on 10,000 square feet of hard wood separated into three different dance floors. Learn in a group or with an individual lesson.

Ballroom and Salsa dance lessons for Oakland, Alameda and the East Bay Area.

A nine-screen theater in the heart of Jack London Square.

The “Floating White House” was originally commissioned the USCG Cutter Electra in 1934. In 1936 it was renamed the USS Potomac and served as Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s Presidential Yacht until his death in 1945.

A contemporary art gallery dedicated to providing a high visibility venue for established and emerging artists to show and sell work.

This Jack London Square anchor tenant lives up to its claim of world-class jazz; everyone from McCoy Tyner to John Scofield comes by at least once a year, and you can also occasionally catch rising stars and school bands in addition to big-name national acts. The acoustics are marvelous, the sushi is fresh and good, and the grilled calamari is also recommended. Tickets range from $5 for a Sunday afternoon children's matinee (with paid adult admission) to upwards of $100 for a special event. Two shows nightly on the weekend.

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