The theater also brings us a visit to Boonville, a ‘Grapes of Wrath’ return trip, a dark comedy by the creator of ‘Russian Doll,’ and more.
These Berkeley spots can start you sailing, biking and rock climbing
Modern Sailing, Stay True Cycles and Ironworks are just a few of Berkeley’s recreation businesses serving all ages and abilities.
How a West Berkeley coworking space evolved into a vibrant community hub
SWAY on San Pablo Avenue rents out its space for company gatherings, as well as social events like parties and other celebrations.
One woman’s desire for a baby becomes a dark obsession in Shotgun Players’ ‘Yerma’
Melinda Lopez’s adaptation of Federico García Lorca’s Spanish classic begins previews May 20.
Selling a longtime Berkeley Hills home — from clean-out and staging to pricing and signing
The right fit between a real estate agent and the sellers can make the process easier.
How to get that hazardous waste out of the house, and away from kids and pets, without polluting
Alameda County has four drop-off locations for household chemicals, along with collection days at Golden Gate Fields in Albany.
Picture book authors aim to expand kids’ palates, healthy eating at Bay Area Book Festival, May 6
Families can drop in at the Berkeley Public Library for samples and activities.
From sitar to ukuleles — it’s Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month at the Freight
Both classes and concerts explore musical traditions at the Downtown Berkeley venue — watch samples on the Freight & Salvage’s website.
Legendary Oakland librarian Dorothy Lazard appearing at the Bay Area Book Festival
Other writing programs at the Downtown Berkeley festival cover autobiography, humor, the unreliable narrator, and the child’s point of view.
There’s prepping greens and there’s going green — these catering businesses do both
Caterers talk about the motivations, the changes and the challenges in becoming certified green businesses.
This year’s Berkeley Bluegrass Festival explores the music’s early influences and features rising stars
The Freight & Salvage’s annual event April 21-23 offers three nights of music and two days of workshops, an interview and a singalong.
Bayer funding supports education throughout the city and building resiliency in West Berkeley
Over the next five years, Bayer is providing $1.2 million to STEAM education programs. Additional funds benefit nearby nonprofit support services.