Exploring Oakland California’s art, zoo, cannibis trail, cuisine and more
Come along and join correspondent Tom Wilmer for an exploration of Oakland, California. In the first installment of the multi-part podcast series we’ll visit with Renee Roberts, public relations and communications specialist with Visit Oakland.
Roberts shares highlights of the diverse and alluring array of things to do in Oakland.
Be sure to stay tuned for upcoming segments featuring a visit with Nik Dehejia, President and CEO of the Oakland Zoo, and cool animal insights by Dr. Herman, VP of Veterinary Services.
Exploring the Chabot Space and Science Center with Executive Director, Adam Tobin.
A special segment focused on Oakland’s new Cannabis Trail includes stops at Harborside’s cannabis concierge experience with Anna Lloyd, followed by an exploration of ECO Cannabis with Samuel in downtown Oakland.
We’ll also visit with Dale Sky Jones, the Executive Chancellor at Oaksterdam University—America’s first cannabis college offering certifications in cannabis horticulture, business, extraction and bud tending.
Chris Pastena, owner and founder of uptown Oakland’s Calavera restaurant shares tales of his culinary journey.
Michelle Heston shares fascinating insights about the historic 107 year-old Claremont Club and Spa--fondly dubbed “the white castle” situated skyward in the Oakland Hills.
The Oakland Museum of California (OMCA) Director and CEO Lori Fogarty shares cool insights about the multidisciplinary museum.
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