In the second of our five-part Edge Of Extinction video series, we meet the salt marsh harvest mouse which lives on our shoreline, and has been on the endangered species list since 1970.
The abandoned boat that drew the attention of waterfront visitors and graffiti artists could finally be cleaned up next week.
An iconic piece of art — Tyler Hoare’s Red Baron sculpture — was saved from the bay Thursday after it collapsed into the waters in Emeryville recently.
If you listen to the big business lobbyists, you might actually hear them claim that the Bay Area’s higher minimum wage laws will have no impact or might even hurt our communities. But that’s missing the real story: the lives of tens of thousands of workers like me who will benefit. I have worked for two […]
The effects of new minimum wages are causing a ripple effect of changes across the East Bay restaurant scene.
Tyler Hoare’s work has been a fixture in the Berkeley and Emeryville mudflats for more than a generation. Photo: Emilie Raguso Tyler Hoare’s work has been a fixture in the Berkeley and Emeryville mudflats for more than a generation. Photo: Emilie Raguso For nearly four decades, Berkeley artist Tyler Hoare has been adding a bit of […]
Ruth Gordon and Bud Cort in Harold and Maude This is the second post in an occasional series by John Seal on movies made in Berkeley. Read the first, on Hall Bartlett’s Changes, here. I’ve read for years that Harold and Maude was partly shot in Our Town. It’s demonstrably true that director Hal Ashby’s […]