Elaine Miller Bond will present her new book, ‘Running Wild,’ Monday, Oct. 3, at 7 p.m. at Books Inc. in North Berkeley.
A group of South Berkeley residents hope a new mural will encompass the past, present and future of South Berkeley.
Edy Boone, whose nephew, Eric Garner, was killed by police, has for decades guided people in creating murals that tackle issues of racism, poverty, and violence against young people of color.
The new African food delivery service also holds biweekly pop-up dinner events at Uptown Juice, serving cuisine from Nigeria and other African countries.
Jered Nelson has moved his pottery studio from West Berkeley to Richmond, giving him room to expand his business and add a new line of dinnerware for home cooks.
Volunteers at the UC Berkeley Gill Tract Community farm in Albany have harvested 17,000 pounds of produce in the last year alone.