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'Ain't Too Proud' livestream, a Cuban musical journey, klezmer, Chet Baker cool, and a stroller brigade march. All on the schedule for the weekend.
It's an understatement to say Dick and Beany Wezelman have a passionate love for Africa. After years of traveling there, their numerous collectibles bought there are up for grabs.
The popular ice cream shop run by Chez Panisse alumna Mary Canales will open second location on University Avenue. A few blocks down the street, Townie is shuttered.
Enrollment has plummeted at Berkeley's continuation high school. Families and staff say the district should focus on boosting enrollment, not cutting resources at BTA.
As a formerly homeless person it sickens me that housed commenters are so insensitive to the suffering on homeless people and are even demanding civil-rights violations.
Someone killed a cat by recklessly and dangerously speeding in a residential zone, a fact that seems to have been forgotten by many who argue that cats should stay indoors.
Noriko and Takumi Taniguchi tell Nosh why they will be hanging up their aprons and closing their longtime Berkeley restaurant.
Based on a manga by Hiroaki Samura, 'Blade of the Immortal' stars Takuya Kimura as Manji, a samurai warrior granted eternal life. Also: 'The End of the Ottoman Empire' at BAMPFA.
Grant Faulker is helping 400,000 people write a novel this month. He also has a new book that helps writers tap into their creativity.