Other events include a yoga book talk at Mrs. Dalloway’s, a fall equinox observation at the Lawrence Hall of Science and a performance of an underrated cello concerto.
Other events include a birthday bash for Vice Mayor Ben Bartlett and path-a-thon held by the Berkeley Path Wanderers Association.
Other events include a punk book talk at 924 Gilman, a mobile children’s museum, and a triple bill of California country music at Freight & Salvage.
The new Outdoor Nature Lab is the UC Berkeley museum’s biggest expansion in 20 years.
Fiberglass fin whales need spa days, too.
“We were devastated when we found out. It was a big loss and we moved very quickly … to address the procedures in place so that it wouldn’t happen again,” said Lawrence Hall Deputy Director Susan Gregory.
A 2009 image of the fin whale model at the Lawrence Hall of Science. Photo: Hat4Rain The Lawrence Hall of Science is asking the community for help to restore its “Big Whale,” the life-size replica of a fin whale that is located on the museum’s plaza. It hopes to raise a total of $65,000 for restoration work. […]
Linda and the Cultural Heritage Tour: headlining the Black History Month Celebration in Berkeley on Saturday SPIRITUALS AS SACRED MUSIC The Second Annual Black History Month Celebration on Sat. Feb. 28 will be a lively affair, with a program emphasizing the history of African-American spirituals as sacred music. The program at the Florence Schwimley Little Theater, 1936 […]
View from the University Club where the Uncharted Party is on Friday evening. And yes, the Giants game will be showing there too! Photo: UCB UNCHARTED Wake up tomorrow morning and mingle with some of the most prominent and captivating thinkers across the disciplines. Berkeleyside presents the second annual Uncharted, a two-day festival jam-packed with stimulating discussion and […]
This week, the New York Times turned its attention to Berkeley for its regular “36 Hours in…” series. It’s not the first time the city has been viewed through this lens. It was also featured in 2003. This time, however, they also created a video to give readers a sense of life in the city (scroll down to […]
The artists of ‘The Possible’ gather on the central rug. The exhibition’s closing ceremony is this Sunday. Photo: Fritz Haeg THE POSSIBLE CLOSING CEREMONY The closing ceremony for ‘The Possible,’ an exhibition at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, will begin this Friday, May 23, at 7:30 p.m. ‘The Possible’ re-imagines the museum as […]
Joan La Barbara performing in 1976, the same year she first presented her Circular Song in Berkeley. She’s back tomorrow for round two. Photo: joanlabarbara.com JOAN LA BARBARA Some say Berkeley is still stuck in the ’70s. Music fans who wish that were the case should head to the L@TE event this Friday, March 14. It’s been 38 […]