Musicians around the East Bay are turning the calamity of a global pandemic-induced lockdown into an opportunity for creative exploration.
‘Berkeley in Place,’ a short film created by Pedal Born Pictures for Berkeleyside using a drone camera, depicts an eerily empty city, devoid of traffic and bustle.
Patients can no longer travel to see their therapists. AA members can’t go to meetings. So the use of e-therapy has surged.
One Berkeley woman’s 1918 letters to her husband reveal impacts of an influenza pandemic that feel quite familiar today.
Ayelet Waldman’s idea turned into East Bay Feed ER which is delivering two restaurant-prepared meals a day to five East Bay hospitals.
UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital wants the gowns it uses normally to go to hospitals that need them. A garage and a sewing studio stepped in with a smart idea.
Today we launched a “Pitch in to help local workers” page to help local businesses.
In order to maintain social distancing, many food banks are handing out prepackaged containers of food.
Welcome to the second edition of the Sit List — great activities you can do while sitting on your couch, or even moving around, but all the while maintaining social distancing, naturally.
Berkeley is distributing $3 million and the Berkeley Relief Fund hopes to distribute another $3 million. The deadline for arts organizations is April 20. There is a rolling deadline for renters.
The district made the decision in the wake of Monday’s extended order that includes additional restrictions, including dog parks.
A metal shop made 500 face shields over the weekend. A local teacher and student are also 3-D printing them. They are getting snapped up fast.