Hundreds of runners wound their way through the city streets from the marina to UC Berkeley to downtown, where the race ended.
The COVID-19 vaccines arrived; anti-Asian violence protests; parents demand schools open. These stories in pictures shaped our lives in 2021.
The new Residence Inn by Marriott, which opens Friday in downtown, is the fourth-tallest building in Berkeley and the city’s biggest in half a century.
Lines around the block for cupcakes and a boom year for a flower shop, but a shoe shop for the stars is calling it quits, one of several COVID-19 casualties.
A new art installation at the former landfill explores the region’s hidden history.
Berkeley filmmaker Rob Nilsson stars in Berkeley filmmaker Josh Peterson’s ‘Thirsty,’ set to a song by Berkeley composer Alexis Harte.
Five Berkeley educators nominated by parents and principals for their perseverance and commitment to kids during the pandemic.
This year’s seniors walked across a real stage in Jacket Stadium.
Abrams has provided financial backing to some of the most creative artists in jazz. “I know how hard it is to play and know how good they are,” he says.
The Park District will close 11 local parks from Sunday through Monday due to high winds and wildfire danger.
The new COVID-19 health order, that goes into effect Friday, Aug. 28, at 8 a.m., allows activities including swimming, haircuts and manicures, as long as they are outdoors, and with restrictions.
Pete Rosos and Jerome Paulos document in photos and video the new trail segment, which has created 18 miles of continuous bay trail running from Oakland to Richmond.