Sue Britson launched the Step One School on Spruce Street in 1981 as a place for young Berkeley kids to learn through play. Now generations of families are saying goodbye.
A Berkeley composer has been organizing hike-in covert concerts since 2018. Last weekend, blessed with city funding, he hosted Moonstruck’s first legal performance.
A park with sweeping views, wildflowers and wildlife has opened near the Berkeley Marina along University Avenue.
A ribbon-cutting was held Saturday for the new Kains Avenue Park, but the park’s opening to the public is still a ways off.
Andrea Scharff’s Art & Lit Gallery, opened in April 2021, rotates its selection every few weeks, showing miniature photographs, hand drawings, a Frida Kahlo exhibit and more.
With sediment building up, the future of the Tilden Park lake is now being decided.
Christina Yang returns to the city, where she found her love for the arts as an intern at the museum in the ’80s.
The $30,000 donation will go a long way to pay for not just the park borders and benches the volunteers had hoped for but the entire park.
The house was built in 1896, according to city historical records, and has been home to four generations of Nielsens.
Cathy Harris’ Mary B. Poppin pop-up shop featuring 16 vendors will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.
BART is seeking input on its plan to help Berkeley residents get to the Ashby and North Berkeley BART stations once housing is built on the parking lots.
The installation is like an elegantly written book that sheds light on the faces of Berkeley community members in the mural above.