World premiere of King of Cuba, world music at Starry Plough, and world's tennis players at BTC, as well as funky guitar and nature-inspired woodcuts this weekend.
Volunteers with the Herrick Hospital program offer friendly voices and emergency help to seniors and people struggling with their mental health.
A collective of Bay Area video makers called TVTV ushered in the era of handheld cameras and on-the-spot interviews. Their 1970s work will soon be publicly available at BAMPFA.
Berkeleyside is joining dozens of other media organizations in an initiative to thoroughly track and analyze hate crime and harassment data.
The World Cup final downtown, Blind Boys of Alabama celebrating 70 years of gospel, string players galore, honky-tonk, and you can seek out a digital detox this weekend.
The history of integration at Berkeley schools was in the spotlight this week after a right-wing website accused Kamala Harris of lying and Berkeleyside jumped into the fray.
The Pathways navigation center opened two weeks ago and offers wrap-around services and support for 45 homeless people.
The sign was taken down to make building repairs. A new café should open in the same location later this year.
Come share your ideas, ask questions, and discuss whatever’s on your mind with a few members of the Berkeleyside team.
Coyotes are naturally timid but when they venture into urban settings they can worry local residents. Experts share insights on the dog-like wild animal.
Free outdoor Hamlet and The Red Shoes, caustic comedy, death metal and, more sedately, a sick plant clinic this weekend.
Peter Rich, who opened Velo Sport on University Avenue, was instrumental in furthering the career of Greg LeMond, the only American to have won the Tour de France, and others.