Pests, Plant IDs, tomato trouble

Pests, Plant IDs, tomato trouble

So, I have a few questions I am hoping this community might be able to answer. First, I have something growing that I am afraid is poison oak. Either that, or grapes, and neither one is welcome in my yard. Help? That's it behind my containers, vining up the fence. And this is a close-up of the leaf. Then, just my heirloom pink brandywine tomatoes are going all weird on me. The leaves on a few of the plants have these weird blister-like things on them, and I also found these little flying insects on them. I'm not sure if the two things are related, or if either are something I should be concerned about. Thoughts? And then today, while inspecting my flat parsley, I found these little guys. What are they, will they hurt my parsley (and/or other herbs: I'm a container gardener), and how do I get rid of them? The BF suggested neem oil: does that make sense? Thanks, all x-post to organic_garden
Future Domestic

Future Domestic

Apartment

Apartment

first time winter garden

first time winter garden

Carrying the trend forward…

Carrying the trend forward…

Golden Acre Park, Leeds, UK

Golden Acre Park, Leeds, UK

Help! Organization issues!

Help! Organization issues!