In the week that Nosh celebrates its ninth birthday, we are thrilled to welcome on board a highly talented editor who will oversee all food coverage across Cityside’s Bay Area newsrooms.
Berkeleyside announces the winner of its first ever wildfire preparation photo contest.
Beautiful Berkeleyside (and Oaklandside) merchandise is now available to buy at the newly launched Cityside store.
Both full-time positions are based in the Bay Area and the roles involve working across Berkeleyside and The Oaklandside.
We’re looking for emergency supply kits packed safely, smartly and, if it’s your style, with a hint of creativity or even humor. Winner gets a free air purifier.
The award-winning reporter will cover City Hall. He comes from the Mercury News where he covered more than two dozen transportation agencies.
Han brought immense value to the East Bay community through her stellar food editing and reporting.
The guide, with its directory of paid-for listings, is your one-stop-shop to a great summer for your kids — and for you.
The crisis in traditional local news, which I have experienced first-hand, means outlets like Berkeleyside are critical. I could not have made a better choice than to join the team at this moment.
Help continue the legacy of our co-founders and — this year — “super-charge” deep-dive investigative reporting on Berkeleyside.
Join our growing nonprofit newsroom and help Berkeley residents better understand the way local government works and impacts their lives.
Turntine brings decades of editing experience and a knack for breaking news. A new managing editor also joins the team as we launch a founders’ fund for local journalism.