- 08/28/2013 - Free Outdoor Screening in the BAM/PFA Sculpture Garden
- 08/27/2013 - MARK EPSTEIN / The Trauma of Everyday Life
- 08/24/2013 - The goat Rodeo Sessions
- 08/20/2013 - Yang Fudong and Philippe Pirotte in Conversation
- 08/03/2013 - Book Signing and Discussion with Dave Kehr, followed by The Lawless Breed
Daily Archives: July 23, 2010
Memphis style pulled pork sandwich at Berkeley’s new BBQ place (above) [Ironwood BBQ]
UCB awards $250K grants to improve safety, education, environment in Berkeley [Tribune]
Rediscovering a Berkeley neighborhood, by eating and on foot [Lettuce Eat Kale]
Kids tackle labor issues in Youth Musical Theater Co’s “Mothers of Ludlow” [SF Chronicle]
Cookin’ Big Sur style with Berkeleyside contributor Romney Steele [Bon Appetit]
The new all-vegan Cinnaholic: both subversive and satisfying [SFoodie]
A group of UCLA acting students, who have been living communally in Berkeley for the summer, will stage a “guerrilla” performance of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream this weekend at the amphitheater in John Hinkel Park.
The group of 24 actors and crew are hoping to bring Shakespeare back to its roots by performing for free in an open-air setting.
“We’re doing the whole thing uncut, which is not done very much any more,” said Sam Gibbs, the director. … Continue reading »
Berkeley police have arrested a man they believe set a trash can fire on Tuesday outside of Sam’s Market on Telegraph, one of a series of nine arson fires that have been plaguing the city.
Travis Eugene Churchill, 25, has been charged with one count of arson and is being held on $50,000 bail in Berkeley City Jail.
A video surveillance camera set up outside Sam’s Market on Telegraph filmed two males walking by around 3:50 am on July … Continue reading »
Since Monday, riders of AC Transit buses have experienced reduced or cancelled services. According to AC Transit, the problem is an unofficial “sickout” by drivers, protesting a new contract that went into effect on Sunday. According to the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 192, there is no sickout and their drivers are reporting for work.
AC Transit’s Clarence Johnson, manager of media affairs, told Berkeleyside that 133 of 1,750 employees did not report for work today. He … Continue reading »
Several Berkeley businesses won top honors in SFGate’s Best of the Bay Awards, which this year attracted more than 71,000 votes from readers.
The Awards are divided into 29 categories, each of which has many sub-categories, so apologies in advance if we missed some Berkeley winners — we trust you’ll inform us of any omissions.
A former ad sales rep for Gourmet magazine (R.I.P.), Lisa Rogovin had what she calls her Eat, Pray, Love moment in 2005, meaning she left an unhappy marriage, sold the house, and embarked on a food-fueled journey around the world, visiting 14 countries (yes, India was in the mix) in seven months.
Before she left on her edible adventure, though, the food enthusiast sowed the seeds for her future happiness, both personally and professionally. She met the man who … Continue reading »
Berkeley’s 94703 zip cost is the “hottest” in the nation according to a story today in today’s San Francisco Chronicle.
This central slice of Berkeley — which runs from Hopkins to the north and Alcatraz to the south, roughly sandwiched on the west and east sides by Sacramento and MLK Jr Way — came out on top in a survey that looked for neighborhoods where homes sold above their asking prices in the second quarter of … Continue reading »
What more is there to be said about Jean-Luc Godard’s Breathless (À bout de souffle)? Probably not a great deal, but there is this: recently restored and re-subtitled, Godard’s loving tribute to Monogram Pictures is getting a theatrical re-release to mark its 50th anniversary. A new print of Breathless is currently playing at the Rialto Cinemas Cerrito in El Cerrito through Thursday July 29.
I first saw Breathless when I was a callow teenager, and after watching it recently … Continue reading »