His band sang of homelessness, addiction, environmentalism, spirituality and alienation and he directed the first documentary about 924 Gilman Street.
‘Turn It Around’ tells how the outcasts, freaks and nerds of the East Bay came together to create a safe, inclusive punk community in a very special place: Berkeley’s 924 Gilman.
A North Berkeley library event celebrates punk, coinciding with The Lookouting, a four-day festival celebrating the 30th anniversary of 924 Gilman.
Cal basketball head coach Cuonzo Martin. Photo: CalBears COACHING FOR LITERACY EVENT Coaching for Literacy has partnered with Cal Bears basketball to offer an “all-access” fan experience to raise funds for literacy work during the Saturday Feb. 6 Stanford game in Haas Pavilion. The Golden Bears join 17 other NCAA institutions and the Washington Wizards as a member of Coaching […]
A crowd waiting outside 924 Gilman in 2010 (file photo). Photo: Daniel Gies Update, April 15, 2018: It came to Berkeleyside’s attention that the charges in the case ultimately were dismissed, according to Alameda County court records online. The names of the arrested individuals have been removed as a result. Original story, April 16, 2015: Three men […]