Here's what to look forward to at Berkeleyside's fifth annual Uncharted festival — from speakers through comedy, music, good coffee and, of course, a party.
In recent months, the city and campus community have worked together to improve fire safety in large group homes, in particular, before special events or parties.
Many readers have wondered this week why downtown Berkeley's Civic Center Park was suddenly fenced off Monday. The answer? Improvements are coming.
Neighbors have twice appealed a family's plan to build an addition onto their home in the hills.
Take part in a five-minute earthquake drill wherever you are Oct. 19 and start the process of preparing for a disaster.
Originally slated for completion in November 2016, the renovations are now expected to wrap up in December, according to the city.
Construction work revealed vintage signage for a long shuttered ice cream parlor at 2101 University Ave.
Several cats, two rabbits and one dog are up for adoption at the city shelter and Berkeley Humane.
With local air quality deemed "unhealthy," people are finding it tough to find masks, particularly those that work.
Berkeleyside's fifth Uncharted Festival aims to cut through the daily noise to focus on ideas that matter — as well as music, comedy, dance and parties!