Three Reasons to Cross the Bay Bridge
It's the last weekend of the month and all is golden in the East Bay. Hop on over the Bay Bridge to see how you can be part of these awesome opportunities.
Nothing spells Oakland like good food. That’s exactly what you’re going to get if you come to Jack London Square this weekend. The Eat Real Street Food Festival’s back in effect, offering 3 days of delicious eats, free mini demos, live music, and much more. The best part all meals are under $5 – no kidding! Buy tickets now. 65 Webster Street, Oakland, (510) 842-1017.
Join a wealth of poets, musicians, and artists as they honor the internationally acclaimed 100,000 Poets for Change event on Saturday. The celebration is part of a global arts movement that’ll be live streamed all over the world, capturing the performances of participants who are advocating for social, political, and environmental change. Get more details here. Mosswood Park & Recreation Center, 3612 Webster Street, Oakland, (510) 597- 5038 Civic Center Park, 2151 Martin Luther King Jr Way, Berkeley.
Internationally renowned guitarist, David Serva, will be at Freight & Salvage in Berkeley, representing for Northern California’s flamenco community. The musical legend will be joined by a host of Gypsy instrumentalists and dancers from Spain to help honor the 8th Annual Bay Area Flamenco Festival. Special guests include Jose Galvez “El Duende”, Kina Mendez, Javier Heredia, and Luis de la Tota. Click here for additional info. $32.50 Adv / $36.50 Door / Gold Circle $75, 2020 Addison Street, Berkeley.