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The new camp, which welcomes families back this summer, was built to be more accessible and better protected from wildfire.
How would we cope if we could no longer walk or lost the capacity to reason? The play explores how one exists when the inner life remains as the outer life fails.
After being closed for more than two years due to the pandemic, the nonprofit venue is reopening June 5 with an all-day free event.
As Berkeley Tuolumne Camp reopens, the city’s cherished rustic retreats are facing growing threats from wildfires and landslides.
Reparation Generation will make $25,000 “reparative transfers” to help people in Detroit buy homes.
The pool was scheduled to be closed for renovations so the city allowed dogs to go for a swim.
One movie looks at a man unjustly accused of murder; another examines a restaurant in Michigan contending with COVID-19 and racism.
Ximena Natera, a veteran visual journalist, will be our first-ever staff photographer. Iris Kwok, a recent Cal grad with bylines around the Bay, will report a new climate beat.
Held May 7-8, in-person and livestream programs promise to lift spirits and bring hope and fun with top authors, timely conversations, kids’ events and more.