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.
South Asians first came to California in 1850. Many who settled in Berkeley over the next 150 years became activists for various causes.
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!
Among events happening in Berkeley this weekend are opportunities to support North Bay fire relief efforts. Note: Sunday Streets has been cancelled due to poor air quality.
Twenty-five years ago, Berkeley became the first city to celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day. It was created to protest the 500th anniversary of Columbus's arrival.
Dive into our voting system, enjoy creative renditions of classic film music, and attend readings by a beloved children's author, poets and a political journalist, this weekend.
Saxophonist Miguel Zenón is spearheading a benefit for the hurricane-ravaged island at Freight & Salvage, one of a number of benefits for Puerto Rico in the coming days.
Tonight's show features Ruth Whippman, author of America the Anxious, and Scott Budnick, founder of the Anti-Recidivism Coalition, a support network for the formerly incarcerated.
A new documentary about California Typewriter, a store on San Pablo Avenue, opens Friday. To celebrate that and typewriters, in general, the store held a typing gathering.
Two concerts will offer compelling takes on how musicians honor the artists from whom they draw creative sustenance. One honors Hank Jones, the other honors George Jones.