Lots of events have been canceled because of air quality, but there are still opportunities for those who want to venture from their homes.
A week of events across the Bay Area, organized by Oakland-based nonprofit Not in Our Town, grew out of Berkeley’s 2017 ‘Berkeley Stands United Against Hate’ poster campaign.
The Post Office has issued a postmark to celebrate Berkeley’s rich history of music recording, including at Fantasy Studios, and will hold a celebration downtown Saturday.
More events around town have been canceled, people are driving to Tahoe and elsewhere in search of clean air, and there is a rush on air masks.
The air quality in Berkeley worsened throughout the day on Thursday.
The poor air quality in Berkeley has prompted schools, colleges and outdoor events to shut down.
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Bay Area air quality likely to remain poor for days.