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A restoration project on the Berkeley-Albany border on Monday was part of an effort to create a space for people to enjoy the creekside while establishing greater biodiversity.
With omicron cases on the rise, the local performing arts scene is once again experiencing a wave of cancelations and postponements.
Safety protocols have lengthened appointment times, stay-at-home workers are more attentive to pets’ minor ailments, and vet staff — increasingly abused by their clients — are burning out.
‘Sunrise,’ a perfect film for the new year from the director of ‘Nosferatu,’ is screening at the Pacific Film Archive on Jan. 8 and Feb. 18.
The downtown Berkeley shop’s elusive owner, Bryce Kalousek-Maritano, has operated curiosity shops on the Venice Beach Boardwalk and in a caboose in Oregon.
Armstrong will help amplify the reporting of both Berkeleyside and The Oaklandside and ensure we are connecting with all parts of the communities we serve.
City officials and the project’s contractor are pointing the finger at one another for problems with the $8.7 million renovation.
Longtime UC Berkeley peregrine falcon couple Annie and Grinnell appear to have reunited after Annie courted the male falcon who injured her mate.
Mary Shaplin, who was recovering from an illness, jumped into action when the roof of her neighbor’s adjoining house in downtown Berkeley caught fire more than a century ago.
The two-decade-old Freedom Archives recently purchased a one-story commercial building near Monterey Market and plans to open its doors by March.
Jacqueline Omania’s fifth-grade students have been spreading the zero-waste gospel to everyone in their lives, from kindergarteners to parents to politicians.
The son of a California civil rights leader, Rumford was honored with a plaque on Sacramento Street earlier this year.