Gasp! Summer is almost gone. With Cal starting up in mid-August and BUSD starting Aug. 27, time is running out to get copious amounts of reading in.
The visual artist creates highly detailed drawings of animals — real, supernatural and sometimes a combination of both.
Nestled off-trail in Tilden, the structure's days are numbered.
A plaque honoring the six young lives that were lost when a balcony collapsed in downtown Berkeley in 2015 was unveiled Saturday in downtown Berkeley.
Angel Jesus Perez, whose latest work, “Displacement of Beauty and Migration of Gentrification,” is on Alcatraz, is a bright addition to our city's cadre of muralists.
World premiere of King of Cuba, world music at Starry Plough, and world's tennis players at BTC, as well as funky guitar and nature-inspired woodcuts this weekend.
Volunteers with the Herrick Hospital program offer friendly voices and emergency help to seniors and people struggling with their mental health.
A collective of Bay Area video makers called TVTV ushered in the era of handheld cameras and on-the-spot interviews. Their 1970s work will soon be publicly available at BAMPFA.
Berkeleyside is joining dozens of other media organizations in an initiative to thoroughly track and analyze hate crime and harassment data.
The World Cup final downtown, Blind Boys of Alabama celebrating 70 years of gospel, string players galore, honky-tonk, and you can seek out a digital detox this weekend.