A traditional egg hunt, college fair, avant-garde art, the 49th Earth Day and Cal vs Stanford in women’s tennis, all this weekend.
The creation and destruction of People’s Park took 25 days in 1969. April 20 marks the 50th anniversary of the beginning of the building of the park.
[Sponsored] Interest in translated literature – often ignored by major publishers – remains high in Berkeley.
Although it is a large exhibit, featuring the work of over 70 artists, archivists, curators and other collaborators, the new show can only scratch the surface in exploring those who identify with the LGBTQ+ community.
Alvin Ailey, trivia games at the BART Plaza, ‘hungry’ art, country music and big band, all this weekend.
Milam Schultz had to give up his beloved companion Hot Rod to Berkeley Animal Care Services because he could no longer provide a good home for him. But he has visited his friend, who has not yet been adopted, regularly.
The judges selected Natalie Orenstein’s three-part series Beyond The Buses which explored the legacy of Berkeley’s unprecedented voluntary school integration.
For 17 years, Ana da Silva has made flower arrangements from her store on Gilman Street. When neighbors learned she was shutting down, they volunteered to repair an old kiosk so she could continue to operate.
In 1969, Tom Dunphy moved to Berkeley. His nickname and alternative persona was “General Wastemoreland,” alluding to and mocking General William Westmoreland who commanded United States Army forces in South Vietnam.