Surely you're not going to twiddle your thumbs or barbecue all holiday weekend? There's plenty to do in Berkeley, from fireworks to concerts to mime.
A broken chain-link fence that let a child get next to the train tracks last spring is still broken and the city says it does not know who it belongs to.
UC Berkeley's plan to build housing in People's Park is not the first time the university has proposed to interfere with the historic site, and we will rise up in protest again.
Urban Shield may be in need of a course correction, but that does not mean we should simply disengage from it.
The brave little gray cat will likely be put up for adoption in July.
Catch up on the East Bay restaurants that opened and closed in June.
Berkeley, already among the most expensive places to build in the East Bay, just raised the price tag for developers who do not include affordable units on site.
Inspired by the actual murder of Tray Franklin, a black student and talented boxer, 'brownsville song (b-side for tray)' is, in essence, a call for empathy and a call for action.
The university has filed a response to a Berkeley College Republican and Young America's Foundation lawsuit, which alleged that Cal officials restricted First Amendment rights.
Giovanni Hidalgo plays a benefit concert spearheaded by Oakland percussion maestro John Santos.
With July 4 around the corner… a sampling of Berkeley's frankfurters, plus a couple of classics in Oakland we couldn't leave off.
Beth Glick-Rieman believed in her power to change the world in a positive way, and she worked hard towards this goal and mentored others to foster the drive toward it in them.
A polite thriller about bad behavior among the French bourgeoisie, 'Moka,' opening at Landmark’s Shattuck Cinemas on Friday, may remind you of the films of Claude Chabrol.
The importance of Urban Shield in training police to respond to disasters is exaggerated. Berkeley should exit the program to rebuild good faith between police and people of color.