December 11, 2018 Slideshows

Fruitvale: The Town’s Gem 

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With its thriving businesses and large immigrant population, Fruitvale is uniquely Oakland: diverse, welcoming, family-oriented, community-minded — and too-often overlooked.
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Fruitvale Village
A paletero working at the Dia De Los Muertos Festival
Aztec dancers at Dia De Los Muertos Festival
Aztec dancers at Dia De Los Muertos Festival
Mexican pand dulce from Peña's Bakery on Foothill Blvd. and 34th Ave.
Mi Ranchito Market on Foothill Blvd. and 34th Ave.
View from Foothill Blvd. and Coolidge Ave. across the street from Walgreens
Fruitvale Shoe Repair off Fruitvale Ave. and Farnam St.
Salvadoran eatery Los Cocos
Mural by TDK Collective (AKA TDK Crew)
Bonanza hardware store
Bonanza's other storefront
Helen Slape, owner of Bonanza
Mural adjacent to Bonanza
Newly opened Guatemalan storefront off Foothill Blvd. and Coolidge Ave.
Enriqueta Soriano, owner of El Palacio de las Novias y Quinceañeras
Sandiloca from Nieves Cinco de Mayo
Posters outside of Centro Legal De La Raza in Fruitvale Village
Fruitvale Transit Village Phase II-A project Casa Arabella. It will provide 94-units of transit-oriented affordable housing.
Corner of Foothill Blvd. and 42nd Ave.
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View from Foothill Blvd. and Coolidge Ave. across the street from Walgreens

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