By Queena Kim, The Bay Citizen
We’ve had an excellent response from our readers who are interested in business in Berkeley: over 250 of you have emailed us to register your attendance at tonight’s Local Business Forum, which we’re holding in conjunction with the Berkeley Startup Cluster. If you haven’t yet emailed us, there’s still room thanks to the wonderful capacity of Freight & Salvage.
Update 8/20/13: The new director of the Redford Center, Jill Tidman, wrote Berkeleyside to say the Redford Center has done some important work in the last few years. She expressed concern that this article conveyed a sense the center was failing, which is not true.
A memorial service for Tim Moellering, Berkeley High School’s highly regarded history teacher and baseball coach who died last week, will be held on Saturday January 29 at the Willard Middle School Auditorium at 2425 Stuart Street.
UC Berkeley has emerged as the greenest campus in the world, according to a study conducted by the University of Indonesia (UI) published in the International Business Times.
Some films need to be seen on the big screen. Within this hoary platitude lies an obvious truth: a film’s impact can be severely diminished when the screen shrinks from several hundred square feet to less than a hundred square inches, an effect even the advent of so-called home theatres can’t entirely mitigate.