Swaths of Northern California are already in the dark. North Berkeley and the hills could be affected this evening.
‘PG&E has completely bungled it,’ said Berkeley Councilwoman Lori Droste. She wasn’t alone in her reaction to the confusing information about the power shutdown.
And now for something complete different… could be a theme for the weekend. Voting rights, bronze pours, 50 years of People’s Park, small presses and contemporary jazz.
Spoiled for musical choice this weekend, ranging from bluesy folk, to jazz to a contemporary multidisciplinary premiere. Plus there’s cheesemaking and a plant sale.
‘Old time’ and sacred music, Berkeley filmmakers, poetry and the spirit of Sylvia Plath, all this weekend.
There’s plenty of choice if you’re looking for weekend activities.
The weekend offers a wealth of musical choice – Brazilian jazz, Oakland Latinx – plus Chocolate & Chalk Art, a celebration of the Free Clinic’s 50th, and photos from San Quentin at BAMPFA.
You can bark (and meow) around the block to adopt a pet, celebrate Woodstock’s 50th, help Little Village Foundation and Monteverde School, and find out what’s the buzz about bees this weekend.
Music and science combine for quite a weekend: blues and salsa, chemistry and meteors are our weekend picks.
Celebrate the tool lending library, take in Latin, bluegrass and jazz ballads, and participate in a virtual 5k event this weekend.
Big band and progressive bluegrass, the tuneful Les Mis, comedy from Don Reed, an architectural walking tour of the UC Berkeley campus… plus the kite festival! All this weekend.
Relive ‘the Eagle has landed,’ go for a sail, browse art on Solano, soak in choral music, listen to updates of traditional Persian music, and more this weekend.
Sunday Streets downtown, pet vaccination clinic, powerful drama at Shotgun, Bastille Day music and girls’ baseball all this weekend.
Fireworks, of course, but there’s also ethnic dance, a Frida Kahlo birthday market, Kidchella and a World Cup final on BAMPFA’s big screen.
Running the gamut this weekend, from a drag show on BART Plaza to an urban mindfulness retreat on the campus to a How-To Festival at the South branch library.
A fashion show in the redwoods, Pride comedy, bestselling author and plenty more for the weekend.