Oakland's first outdoor sculpture park opens tonight
Last Tuesday, in the parcel of land off of Telegraph Avenue between 19th and 20th Streets in Oakland, Randy Colosky discussed the orientation of his wooden sculpture, The Pressure to Hold Together That Which Held Things Back Part 2 . Three assistants and two arts commissioners weighed in.
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#1 Apr 5, 2013
This Art Walk in the Uptown is so pretty and well done. Perfect location right in beautiful downtown OAKLAND and central to all the festivities and transportation. OAKLAND is awesome. I LOVE IT HERE. It's a incredible city that is dynamic and diverse. There is no city that compares to OAKLAND. S.F. has it's own part's that are dynamic and pretty but nothing comes close to OAKLAND.
#2 Apr 5, 2013
YEP I agree it's a dynamic and real diverse city. Very GAY friendly and a very comfortable city to be yourself. San Francisco has become so commercialized and crowded that it's not the close knit city it used to be. I used to live in the city and when I go back over the bridge I can't wait to get back to civilized OAKLAND. San Francisco just gives me a big headache but OAKLAND just brings me PEACE and COMFORT.
OAKLAND is a very comforting place to live, raise a family and bring family to enjoy all what the city has to offer.
YES OAKLAND DOES ROCK !!!
#3 Apr 5, 2013
White people won't go to a crap Oakland, are you nuts!
#4 May 13, 2013
Please keep the dumbschiits out of oakland. Tell 'em it aint hip. They dont know what hip is but they dont want to be anywhere where that aint the case so they can pretend to be in tune. Dumb must be it's own reward. The moneyed empty-headed twotts with their ever present phony biographic electronic distractions will never see, so our job is to not let them hear or smell anything that can be misconstrued as or turned into an invitation to visit their cloying emptyness on our fine communities....let them stay where they are and bore themselves to ditracted mind death. The march of the yawn!
#5 May 14, 2013
I would have to agree Oakland is more diverse than San Francisco. The murder victims are more diverse, the bullet calibers used to commit the murders are more diverse, there is more diversity with the guns used to commit these diverse murders, and lastly, the murderers themselves are more diverse: Some come from East Oakland, some from West Oakland, did I say East Oakland?.........
#6 May 14, 2013
Oh, I really liked the sculpture of the drug dealer shooting the infant.
#8 May 14, 2013
GA GA MOMMA CRACK WAAAAAH GAGA!!!! GAGA!! WEAAD MY MINIEGUN WAAAAAA!
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