The Oaklandside is the first launch for Cityside, the newly formed nonprofit that is also parent to Berkeleyside.
Cityside will be the parent nonprofit for Berkeleyside and The Oaklandside.
Berkeleyside reporter Orenstein joining the Oakland newsroom brings the total number of staff there to seven.
Jacob Simas, Ashley McBride and Ricky Rodas are hitting the ground running reporting on COVID-19 Oakland news ahead of the launch of our standalone Oakland newsroom.
Today we launched a “Pitch in to help local workers” page to help local businesses.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted Berkeleyside like everyone else, but it’s also presenting us with an opportunity to innovate.
We need to devote our limited resources to covering the coronavirus outbreak and its impact on our community.
Launched today, the Berkeleyside 2020 Summer Camp Guide, with its directory of paid-for listings, is your one-stop-shop to a great summer for your kids — and for you.
We absolutely could not do this without you.
Our beautiful 96-page magazine is full of compelling, original writing, photography and illustrations. It is available in bookshops and can be ordered online.
The new Oakland journalism platform will be headed by Tasneem Raja, a trailblazer in nonprofit and community-led journalism. The effort has secured initial funding of $3.1 million.
Berkeleyside won the community journalism honor for the third time. Natalie Orenstein was recognized for her series on Berkeley’s landmark school integration program.