- 12/04/2014 - Half the Sky's NICHOLAS KRISTOF / A Path Appears
- 11/25/2014 - 'Read and Share' Book Club
- 11/18/2014 - UC Berkeley Department of Theater, Dance and Performance Studies presents REGENTS' LECTURE: LUIS VALDEZ
- 11/13/2014 - Presidential Inaugural Poet RICHARD BLANCO / The Prince of Los Cocuyos
- 11/10/2014 - London's School of Life's ROMAN KRZNARIC / Empathy
Daily Archives: March 3, 2010
The ladybugs of Strawberry canyon [Berkeley, Naturally]
Businesses say city’s permit process needs to speed up [Daily Cal]
Playing at eco-fest PlayGreen [BARE]
Canyon group fights Berkeley Lab over laser building [Courthouse News]
Ex-Monterey Market’s Bill Fujimoto talks navel oranges [Oliveto]
Photo: Tire swing, Cedar Creek Montessori by alexrez/Berkeleyside Flickr pool.
When we last wrote about Doggie High, a diner on Milvia across the street from Berkeley High, it was to laud it for donating money to a Haiti relief fund. But that looks like the final act for the lunch place, which was also something of a BHS sports museum.
While we miss Downtown, the restaurant that served us well when taking in a show at the Aurora or a set at Freight & Salvage, its forlorn facade was getting us down. The restaurant closed down last summer and plans to refurbish and reopen never materialized.
So we’re pleased to hear that the space is getting a new tenant. The Chronicle reports that Amy Murray, chef and co-owner of nearby Venus, also on Shattuck, is taking over the space … Continue reading »
Artistic Director Tony Taccone today announced the 2010-11 season for the Berkeley Rep, which includes plays about Steve Jobs and Afghanistan, Anton Chekhov’s The Three Sisters, world premieres from Daniel Handler (better known as Lemony Snicket) and Rinne Groff, the Pulitzer Prize-winning Ruined by Lynn Nottage, and a new play by Taccone written for Berkeley resident Rita Moreno.
Speaking to Continue reading »
So instead of viewing the pilot with local luminaries at the beautifully restored Fox Theater in downtown Oaktown, I watched the start of the series from the comfort of my couch in a modest west Berkeley cottage.
Last year, 106 pedestrians were injured in collisions in Berkeley. All three of the city’s fatal collisions involved pedestrians in the crosswalks. The police effort will focus on speeding, cell phone use and pedestrian right-of-way violations, among other infringements of the law. Officers will also receive additional training on … Continue reading »
Attention history lovers! The Bancroft Library at UC Berkeley is 150 years old and is throwing itself a party.
The party won’t be centered around cake and candles (although there will be a reception on Friday night). Instead, it will feature scholarship, which is only fitting for one of the world’s most distinguished libraries.
Historians from around the country will present papers on March 5 and 6 on different aspects of California history. The symposium starts with a look … Continue reading »