On the anniversary of the death of 5-year-old Zachary Cruz, killed by a motorist on a crosswalk, his family called on people to "drive like your kid died here."
Undergrounding utilities in Berkeley would provide some safety benefits and aesthetic upgrades. But it’s the equivalent of doing a kitchen remodel before replacing the leaky roof.
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Celebrate the life of Shirley Chisholm and the opening of Rendon Hall, immerse yourself in a performance event, learn geneaology and have some breakfast food.
Photographer Orie Rutchick captures the spirit of some of his neighbors through beautiful black-and-white portraits taken at his free mobile studio.
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.
Everybody knows about the People's Park created in 1969, when thousands of students, activists, and neighbors worked to establish the place. Few know about an earlier park.
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 weeks of blue skies and warm temperature, a cold front moved into the Bay Area, bringing rain and hail.