Bid for bird art in the Golden Gate Audubon Society’s Birdathon auction; ask about archeology; make Sicky Syrup from elder twigs; bring the California Academy of Sciences home; or hear the choir sing.
It’s the second pandemic Mila Mangold has lived through. Her son says she has clear memories, growing up in Nebraska, of the 1918 Spanish flu.
San Francisco’s annual celebration of Asian and diaspora cinema will be coming to a device near you, albeit in a curtailed form, starting Wednesday, May 13 and continuing through Friday, May 22.
A photographic project by Claire Copeland, a junior at Berkeley High, sheds light on how her neighbors are coping with sheltering at home.
A music video shot in a North Berkeley home raises spirits for the family and beyond.
We’ve gathered together a selection of Berkeley-based businesses selling masks and other face coverings for pickup or delivery.
Laugh with your mom on Mother’s Day; let your kids see the world through the eyes of Frida Kahlo; tune into Hershey Felder from Florence; and more ideas for passing the time while on SIP.
A noisy, upbeat convoy of East Bay fire trucks, police cruisers and more, with many vintage rides, took in five local hospitals.
Cinnamon toast, salty chips, soothing tea, a favorite dessert … What are you turning to these days when you need a calm moment?
Pedal Born Pictures documents what daily life in Berkeley looks like in its second month on lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new short film by Pedal Born Pictures documents life in Berkeley in its second month on coronavirus lockdown.
It goes without saying all our recommended activities are virtual. That said: Go on a garden tour, tune in to author conversations, study traditional music, watch dance or do earth crafts with the kids.