There were no injuries in the fire. Officials believe it may have started in a roof under construction.
SWAY on San Pablo Avenue rents out its space for company gatherings, as well as social events like parties and other celebrations.
The kid-friendly street fair will offer art, shopping and food trucks on three closed-down blocks of Fifth and Camelia streets.
The Berkeley Bluegrass Festival — featuring Mr. Sun, Peter Rowan and more — returns to Freight & Salvage this weekend.
See artists at work, tour the art space that’s in an old ketchup factory, bring a tote or tee and screen-print it at the West Berkeley Community Print Festival on Saturday.
Workers at the Starbucks at Embarcadero Cove filed a petition to unionize with the National Labor Relations Board.
Some Berkeley residents and students have gone days without internet access since Tuesday’s storm toppled dozens of trees and severed power lines.
PG&E has restored power to most of the homes and businesses that lost it during Tuesday’s storm, but some outages remained Thursday evening.
One resident at Harriet Tubman Terrace chose to sleep in his van overnight because he was worried he’d be isolated from resources.
The storm ripped trees out of the earth around the city and caused power outages for tens of thousands of customers
Shotgun Players offers pay-what-you-can tickets to preview performances, including ‘The Triumph of Love’ this weekend.
Joseph Paire is using his platform to reexamine Black food, highlight other chefs and shake things up at the century-old hotel.