The year comes to a close with six new restaurant openings this month and seven closures, including three businesses that will shutter after New Year’s Eve service.
The photographer’s egret obsession was born in 2011. He has since come to feel that his encounters with the majestic birds have altered his life.
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Take in a riotous pre-Christmas Nutcracker, and then choose your musical preference for New Year’s Eve.
An Alameda County judge raised Chapman’s bail from $135,000 to $400,000 after he was found in possession of a weapon.
A landlord and his tenants have formed an unusual alliance to fight for stricter safety requirements for rebuilt structures.
Books do furnish a room (and make great holiday gifts). Some of Berkeleyside’s team picks their favorite reads of 2017.
For its first three years in Berkeley, the chocolate factory was closed to the public. Now it’s opened its doors for guided tours.
No one is quite sure what to expect on Jan. 1. Will there be a rush of customers coming to dispensaries to buy cannabis? Or not?
Local homeowners are besieging Alameda County tax officials with questions about the best way to handle their property taxes under the new federal tax code passed by Congress.
A Site for Sore Eyes in on the move in downtown Berkeley; Tenzing Collections has crossed town. Catch up on this and more local biz news.