Annual site visit from patients inspires Bayer staff in all departments, from development to manufacturing to packaging.
Deadly and destructive fires, one on the heels of another, forced a statewide gut-check in disaster preparedness. The city is trying to figure out how evacuations will work with new development and changing infrastructure.
The non-toxic Azolla fern crept into the Tilden lake’s swimming area for the second year in a row. The park district’s new aquatic harvester will clear the fern.
The cameras and computer system will be capable of identifying traffic violations without the assistance of a human.
A running list of restaurants that have recently closed in Berkeley, Oakland and beyond.
Jeanne O’Connor, a photography teacher at the West Berkeley Senior Center, and Hilda Robinson, who learned oil pastels from Joan Brown while attending Cal in her late 40s, are among the artists with work on view at the Shoh Gallery
Other events include a showing of Disney’s Strange World’ and art exhibit openings at 120710 and UC Berkeley’s Worth Ryder Art Gallery.
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After graduating from Willard Middle School, a group of Berkeley friends connected with their heritage by taking family vacations to their home countries. It was the “summer of ancestral return,” a parent said.
PG&E’s new approach to preventing its electrical equipment from sparking fires is by cutting power immediately — within a tenth of a second — when an object is sensed to have struck a line during strong fire conditions in high risk areas.
‘Faeries of the Moonlight,’ a modern musical fairy tale set in the airy amphitheater at John Hinkel Park, is suitable for all ages.
The ‘Sacred Turn Up’ on Saturday will transform West Berkeley’s Ciel Creative Space into “an immersive Black art experience and party.” For organizers Tiffany Austin and Kenya Moses, it’s just the beginning.