Nosh and Berkeleyside editors and writers share their favorite bites from 2019.
Berkeleyside reports many animal stories every year, and 2015 was no exception. Sometimes they are strange, such as the day in January when two boars’ heads popped up around town, or the night in June when a squirrel caused a massive power outage. Sometimes they are sad, like the time a couple hung up the body of a […]
With New Year’s Eve nearly upon us, the Berkeleyside team wanted to wish all of our readers a safe and happy new year. The year just ending has been busy for Berkeleyside. We published 1,902 stories (and counting), had more than 2.3 million unique visitors and 8.4 million pageviews (up 27% and 12% from 2014). We […]
In 2015, crime looked to be on the upswing in Berkeley compared to the prior year’s significant reductions. If you missed any of Berkeleyside’s most-read and notable crime stories, we sum them up for you here. A series of attempted child abductions had the community on alert in the fall. No arrests have been made, but authorities did […]
The top stories of 2015.
As we wind down for the holidays and draw close to the end of 2015, Berkeleyside would like to wish all our readers a happy and peaceful few days of relaxation. We would also like to remind our readers that everything you read on Berkeleyside, every story we report, every Facebook post and Twitter alert, be it breaking […]
Hear from Nosh editors, food writers, rapper Lil B, a baker, butcher and a brewer on what tickled their tastebuds in 2015.
Looking for inspiration on where to eat and drink in the East Bay? Check out these top picks by some of the area’s best chefs.
I estimate I watched between 500 and 600 films in 2015, but every year I miss a ton of new movies, so this article needs to include an appropriate disclaimer: this is NOT a comprehensive list of the year’s ‘best films’. It’s a short list of those new or revived films I saw for the […]
Every year the Berkeleyside editors, aided by ardent readers in the community, select their favorite books of the year. Here are our selections for 2015 (feel free to share your picks in the comments): Tracey Taylor, co-founder, Berkeleyside By far the most thought-provoking book I read this year was Between The World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates. […]
Berkeleyside aims to please. In an effort to better understand how we can serve you, our readers, we would love to know a little about you and about what you think. What information is important to you? Do you want more news? If so, which areas interest you the most? The arts, crime, education, business, food […]
It’s not quite June gloom outside, and May gloom doesn’t have the same ring. While the weather isn’t cooperating, Memorial Day marks the unofficial beginning of the summer. To usher in a season of more relaxation (if you’re lucky) the Berkeleyside editors (Frances, Tracey and Lance) have some book suggestions. “Golden State,” Stephanie Kegan “The Bay […]