John Carothers died doing what he loved: riding his bicycle on a sunny day, enjoying a beautiful October afternoon in the Bay Area.
Center Divide, the second installment of Rob Nilsson’s Nomad trilogy, premieres Oct. 10 as part of the Mill Valley Film Festival.
The 100-foot-high Monterey pine stood in her Central Berkeley neighborhood — until it was taken down.
Showing now through Dec. 12 at the Mills College Art Museum in Oakland, this is Soren’s first solo museum exhibit in the Bay Area.
Usue Maitane Arconada defeated Marcela Zacarias of Mexico in the final of the Berkeley Tennis Club Women’s $60,000 Challenge.
Eudemonia, a popular tabletop card store that had been a refuge for Berkeley gamers of all ages, closed after 18 years.
About 1,100 students will be housed in two buildings in the long-contested park.
The new owners, who have experience in sales and the publishing world, will take over on Nov. 1.
Joshua A. Miele won a prestigious MacArthur Foundation fellowship for his pragmatic inventions that help blind people navigate the physical and digital world.
Joshua Redman will perform Oct. 1-3 at the SFJAZZ Center with bassist Reuben Rogers and drummer Marcus Gilmore.
Attendance at a local company’s chaperoned Sunday swim from the Berkeley Marina has quadrupled since 2018. And while Homer might chase you, he probably won’t bite.
Fifty-one years ago, nine women’s tennis players and one zealous magazine publisher kicked off a revolution that changed the face of sports. Five of the 10 rebels had strong connections to the Berkeley Tennis Club.