Economic Stimulus For Oakland Or The Greater Bay Area Metropolitan Region? – Steve Lowe

Zennie62Media note: Steve Lowe is an Oakland landscape architect and developer who’s holds the following civic titles: VP, West Oakland Commerce Association VP, Jack London District Association Boardmember, Old Oakland … Read More

Mars Perseverance Rover: Interesting Objects Around the Landing Site Part 1

Mars Perseverance Rover: Interesting Objects Around the Landing Site Part 1 From YouTube Channel: March 4, 2021 at 07:30PM ONN – Latest images from the mission Mars 2020. This new … Read More

The Most Influential African American / Black Sports Executives In The SF Bay Area

KPIX Channel 5 Sports Anchor Vernon Glenn Gives Shout-Out To Zennie62Media CEO Zennie Abraham For The Most Influential African American / Black Sports Executives In The SF Bay Area List … Read More

Howard Terminal Draft Environmental Impact Report Released By City Of Oakland, A’s – PMSA’s Mike Jacob Attacks

The Howard Terminal Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) is out of its cage and here at this link! The City of Oakland and The Oakland Athletics released the Draft Environmental … Read More

Howard Terminal Oakland Athletics Ballpark Community CBA Update: Draft EIR Friday, Transit Concerns Shared

Howard Terminal Ballpark update with the release of the Draft Environmental Impact Report, here. The last OaklandNewNow.com blog post update on the process toward building a new ballpark for the … Read More

Oakland History: 2010 Skyline High School Class Of 80 Reunion – Tom Hanks, John Landgraf, Take Note

As I, Zennie Abraham, proud member of The Skyline High School Class Of 1980, write this, the date is Thursday, February 25th, 2021. In other words, a full 3,861 days … Read More

OUSD Asks Everyone To Be Respectful Of Each Other On Social Media And Elsewhere

Oakland Unified School District Communications Director John Sasaki sent this to Zennie62Media. OUSD Asks Everyone in the District Community to be Respectful of Each Other on Social Media and Elsewhere … Read More

Oakland Vice Mayor Rebecca Kaplan Seeks to Ease Permit Process

Oakland — Oakland’s Vice-Mayor Rebecca Kaplan is introducing a resolution designed to add support to the Building and Planning department at the March 2, 2021, City Council meeting. Kaplan’s proposed … Read More

Gov. Gavin Newsom’s Decision to Allow Youth Sports Praised by High School Coaches, Kids, Parents

Sacramento — Leaders of the grassroots movement to urge an immediate return to youth and high school sports today praised California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s decision to restart youth sports and … Read More

Sondra Aguilera OUSD Chief Academic Officer On Zoom-Bombing During Literacy Summit

Dear Oakland Unified Community, Tonight, I need to address an incident that happened in our Early Literacy Summit and Family Workshop this afternoon. It was a large meeting held via … Read More

Ben Bartlett Says Let’s Talk Reopening Berkeley Schools: Town Hall Thursday, 2/18/21

On Thursday, February 18th, 2021, 7:00 PM PST, the office of Berkeley City Councilman Ben Bartlett will be holding a ZOOM Virtual Town Hall with School Board Director Laura Babitt … Read More

Oakland Schools News: OUSD Nutrition Services Transitions To Mostly Home Delivery

Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) Nutrition Services Transitions from On-Site Grab and Go Model, to Mostly Home Delivery, Making Food Access Even Easier for Students and Families Oakland – For … Read More

Oakland City Council Passes Resolutions: Coliseum Funds Use, COVID-19 Vaccines Equity

Unanimously Passed! Resolutions to Receive $10 Million to Help Save Vital Oakland City Services and Calling for COVID-19 Vaccines to be Made Equitably Available for Our Community The Oakland City … Read More

Berkeley Law Alumni Leading Indigent Defense During COVID-19

Berkeley Law Alumni Leading Indigent Defense During COVID-19 From YouTube Channel: February 2, 2021 at 12:19PM ONN – Berkeley Law Alumni Leading Indigent Defense During COVID-19 Thursday, January 28 from … Read More

Oakland Councilmembers Rebecca Kaplan, Treva Reid, Want COVID-19 Vaccines To Be Equitably Available

Oakland Vice Mayor Rebecca Kaplan Together with Councilmember Treva Reid, Call for COVID-19 Vaccines to Be Made Equitably Available for Our Community Oakland – Tomorrow, February 2, 2021, Vice Mayor … Read More

Oakland Finance Committee To Discuss Councilmember Kaplan Idea To Use Coliseum Surplus For Shortfall

Oakland Finance Committee to Discuss Informational Reports on Budget Shortfall & My Proposal to Use $10 Million Surplus to Save Vital Community Programs & Services Oakland – Today at 1:30pm, … Read More