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ELECTION 2022: Full coverage | BERKELEY POLICE: Leaked text messages

Posted inEvents

Top tips for family Halloween activities in Berkeley

Trick or treat, and so much more: This Halloween in Berkeley. Photo: Thomas Hawke By Heather Flett Local Halloween events for children have been curated for us by our friends at Face paint optional! Pre-Halloween events Halloween Playdate at Habitot: For special needs children, 0-5, this event is a special celebration that is fun for the whole family. […]

Posted inCommunity

Berkeley’s One World Play Project aims to empower young women through sports

The One World Play Project has started #AllGirlsCanPlay, an initiative to empower girls around the world using play. Photo: One World Play Project One World Play Project, a Berkeley-based organization that sends indestructible soccer balls around the world, has launched an initiative that aims to empower young women through sports. Called #AllGirlsCanPlay, the campaign began […]

Posted inArts

Berkeley author Marissa Moss says goodby to Amelia, a character that has delighted readers for 20 years

Marissa Moss talking to a class. Photo: courtesy Marissa Moss By Michael Berry After 20 years and more than 5 million copies sold, Marissa Moss‘ “Amelia’s Notebook” series has arrived at its concluding chapter. The Berkeley writer is bringing her feisty, hand-drawn creation back to its small-press roots, publishing “Amelia’s Middle-School Graduation Yearbook” through her own […]

Posted inOpinion

Op-ed: Christmas Fantasy at Tilden Park is less spectacular, but 103-merry go round is in better shape

“They ruined Christmas!” starts Mike K. of Berkeley’s Yelp review of Tilden Regional Park Merry-Go-Round posted on Dec. 11. That is how I was feeling when my children and I headed up to see Christmas Fantasy this weekend. While my daughter warned me that her friends were whispering on the playground at school that it […]

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Ferguson decision prompts thoughts written in chalk at Berkeley elementary school

Chalk writing outside Malcolm X Elementary School in Berkeley. Photo: Ben Hardy The Ferguson-related protests that have consumed Oakland for the past two nights, and spread to Emeryville last night, have not, so far, directly affected Berkeley, although BPD has been on alert and has called for mutual aid in case it was needed. That’s not to […]