Oaklander Mati Rose McDonough uses her whimsical painting style in a new children's book, which will be released March 25, 2014.
Legal Eats teaches foodie entrepreneurs the ins and outs of running a home business so they won't be breaking any laws.
March and April are full of cultural events, and the calendar covers them all, from Art and Outdoors to Stage and Tastes.
Alamedia features the work of collage artist Michael Tunk.
Three new books on cooking, building, and growing up.
Anthoy Lucero brings passion to his film East Side Sushi about a single Chicana mother with aspirations as a sushi chef in East Oakland.
Frank Bette was a longtime Alameda resident, a furniture maker and restorer, and an artist, although one who worked in isolation and rarely showed or talked about his work. Indeed, many of his friends were only dimly aware of his artistic production.
How does an artist know when he has made it? When he is invited to participate in RAW, the swanky and exclusive artistic showcase popping up in cities worldwide? When his work is featured in an art magazine? Or when it has been stolen twice? By all these criteria, Michael J. Marx has arrived. He has been creating wearable sculptures from precious metal clay, or PMC, for 14 years, and don’t even think about calling them necklaces.
Three new book of interest to Bay Area readers.
"I’m glad I’m alive!" Doris Louise Bailey, a teen in the Prohibition era, writes this over and over in her diaries after a life-threatening bout of scarlet fever. But it’s also an apt summation of how she lived in the years following her brush with death. Reaching for the Moon: More Diaries of a Roaring Twenties Teen (1927-1929) contains Doris’s true-life adventures, breaking rules and hearts along the way.