A man claiming to be a Russian national tricked people into attending a fake protest march at UC Berkeley. But the joke was on him.
Thousands turned out to march through Oakland on Saturday in response to Donald Trump's inauguration Friday.
Readers were impressed by a dazzling rainbow over Berkeley that showed up around 3:20 p.m. Friday. A number of them shared their images with Berkeleyside.
Some great things to do this weekend include a world-premiere musical, Oaxacan ceramics, an education symposium, and more.
Several hundred demonstrators gathered Friday lunchtime on the UC Berkeley campus to protest the newly inaugurated President of the United States.
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A citizen group the and Berkeley-based Golden Gate Audubon recently published a bird survey of the Bulb and Neck that found about 90 species use the 33-acre area.
Laura Jadwin was an accomplished landscaper but could not escape the clutches of alcoholism, her sister says.
We provide a travel guide to the movement, from the banging of pots and the Ghostlight Project through an anti-inauguration Blue Ball and three Women’s Marches.
The rodents are nesting on car engines, invading attics and moving into basements and crawl spaces, pushing exterminator bills to thousands of dollars.
The idea of modular housing units built to house those without homes is set to be considered by the City Council Jan. 24.
If you know where the photo is, or want to take a guess, leave a comment under the post on the Berkeleyside website — that’s where we announce the winner too!
Race, and racism, played central roles in the election of our next President. In a special Uncharted Festival event, two experts provided insight into how, why and what now?
An artist and a singer, an adventurer and an educator, Emilie Inman was unapologetically herself, a young woman who helped others love themselves better, and was known for her deep belief in unconditional love.
Watch the video of Jamelle Bouie in conversation with Berkeleyside and Uncharted co-founder Lance Knobel, and Christine Greer talking with PowerPAC+'s Aimee Allison.