A civil rights lawyer, UC Berkeley students and grads, artists, travelers and social workers all have a story to tell about their experiences and memories at People’s Park.
At age 60, Dorothy Witt put her historical novel in a drawer and didn’t pick it up for another 31 years. Last year, she self-published the book, partly based on her grandmother’s life in 1860s Victorian England.
A running list of new restaurants opening in Berkeley, Oakland and beyond.
UC has struggled to appease students but hopes a $7 million investment toward addressing antisemitism and Islamophobia on campuses will help.
Other events include a book talk about ‘Greek Tragedy in a Global Crisis’ and a documentary about the making of ‘Fitzcarraldo.’
Indigenous East Bay residents share how they acknowledge and commemorate Thanksgiving.
Karuk cookbook author Sara Calvosa Olson offers a step-by-step guide to gathering acorns, making flour and baking the bread.
Many Berkeley residents want traffic calming on their streets, but changes are slow as the city struggles with vacancies in its transportation office.
Working with Berkeley’s Bellwether and the California Energy Commission, Heirloom Coffee Roasters has unveiled an electric roasting operation and is working with regenerative organic coffee farms.
The trio of musicians who toured the world and recorded on Cherry’s final album, 1990’s ‘Multikulti,’ are celebrating him with a Sunday show at the Back Room.
Other events include the opening of ‘1984’ at Aurora Theatre and Friendsgiving at Freight & Salvage.
A state law from 2021 requires law enforcement agencies to develop military equipment use policies and report their inventories and deployments every year.