Beginning July 14, members of the garden will have exclusive access for one week, from noon to 5 p.m., followed by a general reopening to the public on July 22.
After containing the fire, firefighters continued to put out ‘hot spots’ for about 1.5 hours.
Over the past few weeks, Berkeleyans have taken the time to craft memorials to remember the Black Americans who have been killed by police.
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The Say Her Name demonstration was held “in recognition of all the identities that have been neglected in the fight against police brutality and systemic racism.”
The new director of the UC Berkeley-owned art museum replaces outgoing head Lawrence Rinder who stepped down earlier this year.
The Oaklandside is the first launch for Cityside, the newly formed nonprofit that is also parent to Berkeleyside.
A lively rally that saw protesters march from San Pablo Park to Berkeley High was described as peaceful and “awesome.”
Berkeley will be getting its own version of a Black Lives Matter street mural, probably on Milvia Street in front of City Hall, and likely completed this week.
There were at least five separate rallies Saturday in Berkeley, coming in the wake of a few last week. More are slated to happen over the next few days.
McBride spoke to Berkeleyside about reasons for hope, Berkeley’s role and what can be done to effect meaningful change.
Berkeleyside reporter Orenstein joining the Oakland newsroom brings the total number of staff there to seven.
A music video shot in a North Berkeley home raises spirits for the family and beyond.
A noisy, upbeat convoy of East Bay fire trucks, police cruisers and more, with many vintage rides, took in five local hospitals.
A new short film by Pedal Born Pictures documents life in Berkeley in its second month on coronavirus lockdown.