The weekend offers a wealth of musical choice – Brazilian jazz, Oakland Latinx – plus Chocolate & Chalk Art, a celebration of the Free Clinic’s 50th, and photos from San Quentin at BAMPFA.
The second part of an estate sale “for the quirky ages,” which kicks off Saturday, promises a treasure trove of collectibles for sale.
The biennial event is one of the city’s biggest cross-generational community building experiences, especially for black alumni.
Getting the Northbrae playground back up and running is complicated by several factors: insurance, code and the fact that the park is not city property.
While many gym members don’t like the idea that a major investor in the fitness facilities threw a fundraiser for Trump, they said canceling their memberships might hurt those who work there.
There are more pressing issues in our community, but something about the decision to remove the city’s most expensive piece of public art got Berkeleyside readers riled up.
For the first — and possibly only — time ever Berkeleyside is going into print. We’re also throwing a party!
In the second of our five-part Edge Of Extinction video series, we meet the salt marsh harvest mouse which lives on our shoreline, and has been on the endangered species list since 1970.
In the first of our five-part Edge Of Extinction video series, we meet the western pond turtles. Although these beloved creatures seem to be doing well, appearances can be deceptive.