Family, Berkeley High friends and soccer teammates said a final goodbye to Jazy and Angel Sotelo Garcia on Thursday, marking a “new chapter” of their grief.
The homeowner suspects a leak and says she’s not “some kind of scofflaw.”
The City Council will have to decide whether to change its restrictions on cottages and in-law units, or challenge the state.
Aurora Theatre Company’s new show explores the history of a Vietnamese dish — and the bite of cultural appropriation.
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A seven-story mixed-use complex with about 270 homes has been proposed for the site. The store is inside the 100-year-old Rivoli Theatre, which operated until the late 1950s.
A free, city-sponsored Haunted House, with a clown room and an insane room, is open Monday night. Plus, other spooky events around town.
Lhamo, who has traveled an extraordinary musical path since fleeing Tibet as a teen, will celebrate her new album ‘Awakening’ at Freight & Salvage.
First Congregational Church of Berkeley’s new $7 million building will rise from the ashes of burned-down Pilgrim Hall.
A magnitude 5.1 earthquake near San Jose shook Berkeley on Tuesday morning, according to preliminary information from the U.S. Geological Survey. It was the largest quake in the Bay Area since 2014.
Egg Pals is serving up golden BECs and spicy tater tots inside Oakland’s Ramen Shop.
Celebrated by critics, films from the Black Sea nation of Georgia will be showing every weekend through November.