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Tweet Allen: Broadway business incubator replays Oakland historyOakland TribuneThe historic former Johnston Motors Building on Broadway in Oakland’s Uptown District is the new home for Impact Hub Oakland, a shared-space entrepreneurial incubator, the latest in what organizers say is a global community of people seeking to learn … …read...

Tweet Vo’s in located at the corner of Grand Avenue and Webster in Oakland, and has one of the best lunches in the East Bay. I highly recommend their salads, like the one I had while eating with my friend and lawyer, William A. Taylor, the best business attorney in Oakland. But while we were eating, some dude in dark glasses elected to just stand there...

Tweet Since I found myself in Oakland for a weekend rather than Georgia, Chicago, Las Vegas, or Los Angeles, and on the first Friday of the month of March, I took a late night (10 PM) visit down to Uptown Oakland. It was packed with people. What was most fun to learn was the number of people I talked to who came up from places like Santa Cruz just for the...

Tweet As this is written, there’s a helicopter over Downtown Oakland on Sunday morning. According to the blog of Occupy Oakland, the organization took over the much-talked-about abandoned lot in Downtown Oakland’s Uptown District, and bordered by Telegraph and 18th Avenues next to the Fox Theater and the Uptown Apartments. Occupy Oakland reports...

Tweet The Oakland Moneyball movie premier, starring Brad Pitt, is shaping-up to be a pretty popular Monday night event, and starts at the Paramount Theater at 6 PM, or about four hours from now. (Expect the area of Telegraph and 18th in Downtown Oakland to be crazy with people and traffic.) Oakland Restaurants will have a Moneyball special, and Steve Snider,...

Tweet Last night this vlogger trekked down over to the Uptown District in Oakland to just check out how the scene was changing. The result? The video you see above. It started with a walk over to the Fox Theater, with a look at how the much-anticipated Oakland version of Emeryville’s Rudy’s Can’t Fail Cafe was coming along. As it turns out...

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