Although the pandemic has brought many cultural events to a grinding halt, the arts in Berkeley are not kaput. The city is moving forward with plans for new public art. Here’s what to look forward to in coming months.
Pete Rosos and Jerome Paulos document in photos and video the new trail segment, which has created 18 miles of continuous bay trail running from Oakland to Richmond.
These kids are delivering good news and fostering community in the “DelCalMcGee” neighborhood just when people need it most.
A group of activists believes that the proliferation of 4G and 5G sites will increase radiation output and increase cancer cases. Widely accepted science does not back them up.
Students are choosing to live at home or withdraw for the semester. Some are still deciding. Of those who stay enrolled, only 3,200 will be able to stay in on-campus housing.
This week, find joy and solace in a curated list of art and theater shows that will inspire, calm, educate and entertain you.
Postal workers said that only two of their colleagues got the virus but they may have exposed others, leading some to self-quarantine. A driver in Oakland has died of COVID-19.
The fire was an act of terror, said Pastor Michael McBride, who leads the 48-year-old Way Christian Church. He questioned the “timid” response to the incident from Berkeley’s leaders.
The City Council will look tonight at whether to place a measure on the November ballot eliminating the rent control exemption for golden duplexes.
For two days, on July 29 and July 30, people will be able do their own oral tests and drop the results in a receptacle. Results are expected in 24 to 48 hours.
The house was moved a few blocks to make way for construction of a new 37-unit building on Bancroft Way between Shattuck Avenue and Milvia Street.
South Berkeley residents completed work over the weekend on a street mural that spells out the words ‘Reparations Now!’ in giant colorful letters on the block between Prince Street and Ashby Avenue.