Hundreds of people gathered Thursday night to hear what kind of housing could be built at the North Berkeley BART station. Officials vowed to be as transparent as possible.
Berkeley and BART officials are holding a meeting Thursday night to allay fears and start the discussion about what could be built. There are no current plans to build anything.
Variety is the spice of life, so we have a versatile DJ, a local art show, Rococo French music, a vegan food swap and a free fix-it clinic for you to choose from this weekend.
With the start of Women’s History Month, check out all the great options locally to enjoy music made by women over the next few weeks.
Highland Hospital's Zitter challenges us to address the End-of-Life Conveyor Belt where the dying are intubated, catheterized, and die attached to machines.
A screening of 'Alexander Nevsky' with a Russian film expert was paired with a four-course dinner at Babette as part of BAMPFA's ongoing Film-to-Table series.
The filmmakers Abby Ginzberg and Frank Dawson said the 1968 strike was a result of students demanding more say in their lives. They see parallels with today's increasing activism.
After meeting at her father's Southwest Berkeley home, the group walked across the street to San Pablo Park to remember the 27-year-old who was on the way to work when she died.
For Black History Month, venues around Berkeley will be presenting an amazing array of music.
Before his Feb. 1 appearance at the David Brower Center, we talked to Joe Riis, as well as a contributor to his new book, UC Berkeley's Arthur Middleton.
Touching on when Nazis marched in Skokie, a panel discussed whether far-right activists, like Milo Yiannopoulos, should be banned or allowed on campus.
Shakespeare, Ibsen, Chinese acrobats, Zulu singing, and Cal water polo. Plenty of choice for your weekend entertainment.