Highland Hospital's Zitter challenges us to address the End-of-Life Conveyor Belt where the dying are intubated, catheterized, and die attached to machines.
A screening of 'Alexander Nevsky' with a Russian film expert was paired with a four-course dinner at Babette as part of BAMPFA's ongoing Film-to-Table series.
Everybody knows about the People's Park created in 1969, when thousands of activists fought police and the National Guard to establish the place. Few know about an earlier park.
The filmmakers Abby Ginzberg and Frank Dawson said the 1968 strike was a result of students demanding more say in their lives. They see parallels with today's increasing activism.
After weeks of blue skies and warm temperature, a cold front moved into the Bay Area, bringing rain and hail.
An eight-play extravaganza, acoustic string music, dog adoption, and a chance for a season sweep over Stanford this weekend.
After meeting at her father's Southwest Berkeley home, the group walked across the street to San Pablo Park to remember the 27-year-old who was on the way to work when she died.
The regular Berkeleyside contributor will post his photos for one week, through Wed. Feb. 21. Don't miss them!
Black History Month inspires Ashkenaz and the Freight this weekend, but there's also heavy metal, Cal basketball and Beethoven piano concertos.
After living outside of Old City Hall for around three months, the group of people experiencing homelessness were ousted Thursday morning.
Reid Soskin, 96, who co-founded Reid's Records in Berkeley, has just published 'Sign My Name to Freedom,' a memoir that recounts her many amazing experiences.
The author of 'Romantic Violence: Memoirs of an American Skinhead,' talks about what it means to help de-radicalize people who mirror who he used to be.