Diana Days transformed the former Roxie Delicatessen into a welcoming place to get Argentine eats, dance the tango, support local artists and engage in warm conversation.
Justine Wang is a Bay Area transplant. She obtained her bachelor's degree in English at UCI and spent the next two years serving in an urban ministry internship in South L.A. After moving to North Oakland, she now works as an Editor for ERRC, a non-profit organization committed to sending teachers to China. Justine loves traveling, cooking, photography, avocados and some good street tacos.
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