Sarah Shaffer, the camp’s founder and director, described the painful decision to file for personal bankruptcy and close down.
After being closed for over six months due to COVID-19, playgrounds have reopened today.
These kids are delivering good news and fostering community in the “DelCalMcGee” neighborhood just when people need it most.
Launched today, the Berkeleyside 2020 Summer Camp Guide, with its directory of paid-for listings, is your one-stop-shop to a great summer for your kids — and for you.
After three attempts over six weeks, 7-year-old Eva Luna Harper-Zahn of Berkeley became the youngest girl (we know of) to climb Mount Shasta.
Leo Della Penna, age 8, offers his strong opinions and perceptive insight for this guide to local, child-friendly menu items.
Launched today, the Berkeleyside 2019 Summer Camp Guide, with its directory of paid-for listings, is your one-stop-shop to a great summer for your kids — and for you.
Berkeley City Council passed the “healthy by default” bill in July that prevents soda from being included in children’s fast food meals.
Bring the whole family to the East Bay’s best California-Italian restaurants.
Summertime means staying up late, swimming and eating frozen treats, right? Yes. But there’s a wealth of other options too.
Want to get out for a drink, but can’t find a babysitter? Here are eight great East Bay spots where you can grab a beer or a glass of wine — and bring your kids.
On Sunday May 1, neighbors in North-West Berkeley came together for a day to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of Schoolhouse Creek Common. The gathering was also an occasion to thank Jamie Day, who is described as “the guiding light and spark plug” for the development of the park by the neighborhood, and his wife, Phyllis Orrick, both of whom have done so […]