A whimsical take on a gothic masterpiece, a Tony Award-nominated play, the long-awaited “Cambodian Rock Band” and more hit Berkeley Rep starting this fall.
Waters was known for his hospitality, sense of play and dedication to his daughter.
An active volunteer at Freight and Salvage and multiple Berkeley theater companies, Suveda loved attending music festivals, choral singing and participating in Jewish life.
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Their effort follows a successful drive to unionize workers at a New York REI, and a national organizing push among service workers.
Leonard Powell hopes the court will find that Berkeley and a receiver mismanaged his home code problems.
A series of stunning photographs show the little falcons at the top of UC Berkeley’s Campanile learning to flap their wings and fly.
A woman and a girl with them on the commercially operated raft survived, as did the raft’s guide.
The senior housing community in Poet’s Corner will offer daily care as well as engagement programs focused on wellness, the arts and continual learning.
Babette is over a decade old, but its move to a new location has prompted a notable transformation.
Since 1978, they’ve been coming on sailboats, kayaks, rowboats, canoes and dragon boats to celebrate low tides twice a year on the Ashby Shoal, which is usually underwater.
Temperatures are expected to peak in the low 90s Tuesday.