At Manarchy, Male Strippers and Social Subversion Get Weird with Each Other

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At Manarchy, Male Strippers and Social Subversion Get Weird with Each Other

The all-male burlesque show offers an alternative perspective on societal expectations of men.

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OMCA's Days of the Dead Exhibit Mourns Loved Ones, Ghost Ship, and the Election

The exhibit provides space to celebrate and grieve.

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Why Life Is Living Is More Relevant Than Ever

The community-led festival has survived for ten years despite the threats of gentrification.

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The Complex Hustle of Oakland's BART Dancers

Turf dancing has become ubiquitous on the trains, providing steady income, a creative platform, and a built-in audience.

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A Scavenger Hunt in Temescal That Aims to Spotlight Small Businesses

Jena Dominique also has created postcards and guided walking tour of the neighborhood.

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Mimi Pond Goes Home Again

Her new graphic novel, The Customer is Always Wrong, fondly recalls the more affordable days of Oakland.

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The Force Fails to Tell the Real Story About OPD

Filmmaker Peter Nicks was granted extraordinary access to the Oakland Police Department, but his documentary doesn't shed light on the organization's complex problems.

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