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About 100 people came to a community meeting Thursday to call for affordable housing development and the preservation of the Berkeley flea market.
Bay Area activists are gearing up for what could be a large “Stop the hate” rally and march Sunday in Berkeley. Whether anyone will show up to oppose that message is unknown.
Cutting-edge Afro-Peruvian music, bold drama, Risograph printing, Dylan meets Grateful Dead, and a YouTube starstravaganza, all this weekend.
5 bars and restaurants to get frozen drinks that harken back to childhood, but with the added kick of alcohol.
One of Norma’s maxims was “It’s all about connections,” and she created and maintained lifelong relationships with people around the world.
Drummer/composer Alan Hall and vocalist Emy Tseng both perform this weekend at the California Jazz Conservatory in Berkeley.
A simple civic day employment program for those experiencing homelessness can increase a sense of self-worth, help build resiliency, and bring in a little cash.
Berkeley takes the lion’s share of the tour, with three homes on view. The others are in Piedmont Albany and Lafayette.
Zachary Baggins died at 20, and his family is having difficulty figuring out who to talk to to build a memorial for him at a city park.