The Art of Neighborhood Creation 

New galleries and creative retailers are flocking to 15th Street in downtown Oakland, turning a quiet block into a destination for arts and culture.

When Githinji Mbire moved into his new gallery space a few months ago, he knew there would be some challenges. The tiny Oakland storefront is only two hundred square feet in size and is located on a quiet section of 15th Street,…

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