Temple Sinai is a warm and vibrant Reform synagogue in the heart of Oakland. We are the East Bay source for meaningful Jewish experiences and learning opportunities for all ages and stages of life. more
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The 16th Street Station is a historic landmark in West Oakland, California and is now available as a one-of-a-kind rental space. The site offers a breath-taking majestic Main Hall, brick industrial space and gritty urban graffiti in one unusual packa... more
The Academy’s mission is to develop thoughtful, ambitious and deep learners. We honor our students’ individuality while cultivating their sense of integrity, their respect for others, and their commitment to service in a global society. &... more
As an edifice of transcendent beauty, built to stand for centuries, The Cathedral of Christ the Light Center fulfills a diversity of needs for Oakland and the surrounding East Bay communities. The Cathedral is the spiritual home of all the members of... more
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The David Brower Center is an elegant green building in Downtown Berkeley that inspires, sustains and brings together people committed to environmental and social action. The Center offers educational and arts programs, stunning conference and event... more
Naval Air Station Alameda (NAS Alameda) was a United States Navy Naval Air Station in Alameda, California, on San Francisco Bay.[1] Built on reclaimed land at the west end of Alameda Island, the site was acquired by the USAAC in 1930 but turned over... more
The Gardens at Heather Farm is an independent nonprofit operating a free public garden, education center and special event venue nestled on a picturesque hillside in Walnut Creek. more
A seven-acre collection of themed gardens in the heart of Oakland at Lakeside Park. Follow us on Facebook at The Gardens at Lake Merritt. more
The Great Wall of Oakland is a non-profit organization and a 100′x100′ projection installation in Oakland’s Uptown District. The Great Wall provides high-quality art production for the general public, along with contributing to the... more
Live, work, eat and connect at the Hive, a gathering place for Oakland. Situated in one of the city's great urban pockets, the Uptown District, the Hive is in the center of a neighborhood beloved by locals. Specialty restaurants, co-working space, an... more
The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life was established in 2010 following the transfer of the Judah L. Magnes Museum to the University of California, Berkeley. Its remarkably diverse archive, library and museum holdings include art, objects, tex... more
Encouraging peaceful solutions since 1969. The Mt. Diablo Peace and Justice Center was established in 1969 as a focal point in the East Bay where the community could gather to create a "local voice for peace" to speak out against the wars in Indochi... more
The Oakland Zoo is nestled in the rolling hills of 525-acre Knowland Park. Each year thousands of families and school groups from around the Bay Area come to visit 440 native and exotic animals that live in naturalistic habitats at the Zoo. more
The Pergola and Colonnade was designed by architect Walter Reed in 1913.  Located at the end of Lake Merritt's eastern arm, the structure was instituted by Mayor Frank K. Mott, along with other improvements.   His... more
The Point at Alameda is a 68-acre development that will be transformed into a mixed-use community that will include residential, commercial and parks. more
The ReUse People started as Building Materials Distributors in San Diego in 1993 and, due to a name conflict with an existing corporation, the name was soon changed to The ReUse People. more
For over 40 years, the Thomas J. Long Foundation has been supporting local charitable organizations, which provide programs and services that benefit and inspire the people of the communities where we live, work and play. more
The Tibetan Association Of Northern California (TANC) is a non-profit organization created to promote the following interests of the Tibetan community: To show unflinching support for the leadership of H.H. the Dalai Lama. To free Tibet of Chin... more
The Valley Center for the Performing Arts (VCPA) is a unique performance and convening facility at Holy Names University in the Oakland hills. It houses two separate theatres; large audiences up to 390 can be accommodated in the Regents’ Theatr... more
MISSION STATEMENT Tibetan Aid Project rebuilds, preserves, strengthens, and perpetuates Tibet’s cultural and spiritual heritage for the benefit of the Tibetan people and all humanity. PROGRAMS Our primary program:... more
Tice Valley Community Park is also home to the Community Gymnasium and Pool, so it is a very popular and busy place. There is a tot lot and picnic tables with barbecues.  The parking lot is big, but it was nearly full the morning I was there. more
Tilden Regional Park, also known as Tilden Park is a 2,079-acre regional park in the Berkeley Hills, part of the San Francisco Bay Area. The park was named in honor of Charles Lee Tilden, a Bay Area attorney and businessman who served on the first... more
2.5 downtown acres between Salvio Street, Willow Pass Road, Grant Street and Mt. Diablo Street. Dedicated to the people of Concord by town founder Don Salvio Pacheco more than 125 years ago. There is a turfed area with large trees, colorful flowers,... more
2.5 downtown acres between Salvio Street, Willow Pass Road, Grant Street and Mt. Diablo Street. Dedicated to the people of Concord by town founder Don Salvio Pacheco more than 125 years ago. There is a turfed area with large trees, colorful flowers,... more
Property for Totland was purchased by the City of Berkeley in 1948. The Virginia-McGee Neighborhood Council planned and constructed the park and play areas with City staff assistance. Numerous work parties, representing hundreds of hours of volunteer... more
Town Green is a peaceful downtown park adjacent to the Danville Library and Danville Community Center. The Danville Community Center has 7,200 square feet total space, provides a 2,380 square-foot banquet hall for up to 160 people which opens to a p... more
This expansive, sloped lawn amid academic buildings is a popular hangout for UC Berkeley students. more
The library supports the Spanish and Portuguese department to give opportunities to learn and achieve mastery of the languages and cultures we study, which includes Catalan, Nahuatl, Portuguese, Romance Studies and Spanish. more
The Multicultural Community Center has had a dynamic history of struggle, student-visioning and vibrant programming in the decade since. Today, the MCC exists as a multipurpose community center where you will find people studying, meeting, engaging i... more
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The UC Botanical Garden is a non-profit research garden and museum for the University of California at Berkeley, having a notably diverse plant collection including many rare and endangered plants. Established in 1890, the Garden, which is open to th... more
The UC Gill Tract Community Farm is open to the public every Sunday - Thursday. Everyone  is welcome! Please enter through the gate on Jackson St or the gate at San Pablo and Marin, during OPEN HOURS:    Sunday - 12noon – 5... more
Umigo Indoor Kart Racing is the Bay Area's Newest Indoor High Performance Go Kart Racing Center located in Livermore, California. Umigo Racing offers its customers the unique experience of high performance motor racing without the investment, co... more
Looking for a fast track to your diploma? Unitek College offers options that allow you to complete some programs in as little as 9 months! more
International House is a program center and campus residence for students around the world, including the U.S. Our mission is to promote intercultural experiences and leadership skills for a world of greater understanding.​​​ more
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