The sale of the legendary restauranteur's cast-offs, as well as those of her daughter, drew a huge crowd to Berkeley on Sunday morning.
'Home' is an imaginative and inventive 105 minutes of refreshing absurdist entertainment, with an extraordinarily talented cast and production team.
'The Invisibles' sheds light on one of the least known stories of WW2: the Jewish occupants of Berlin who managed to evade the camps. Also: A serious analytical review of life and work of one of cinema's great.
Mad Seoul, Bansho Ramen and Mixt and 12 other new eateries and food businesses opened in Berkeley, Oakland and Alameda.
Oakland Ballet's new work, Jazz Vistas, is inspired by the blues, jazz and R&B artists who made West Oakland a hotbed of musical innovation. Also: catch jazz vocalist Laurie Antonioli at the California Jazz Conservatory.
The owners of the Kingfish bought more than $30,000 worth of memorabilia from the shuttered restaurant for its new Spenger's-themed kitchen.
'Women in Black' tells the story of Chance Hardwick, an exceptionally handsome young man from the Heartland who arrives in Hollywood in the 1950s. He becomes a movie star but, tragically, dies young.
Two men were taken to the hospital Wednesday night after attacking each other with a knife and chain, police report.
It's happening Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. right by Chez Panisse.
Nosh talked to co-founders Jake Godby and Sean Vahey about opening a scoop shop in the former Ici Ice Cream.
A council majority voted late Tuesday, after more than three hours of public comment, to outlaw overnight RV parking after creating an RV permit system and trying to help "priority populations" find stable housing.