Berkeleyside staff will be at The Vault in South Berkeley on Sunday to hang out with readers and hear your stories and ideas. It's the second session in our new coffee series.
Some people who spend time in the storied Berkeley park acknowledge the need for housing but worry about the park's future; others say the plan should not go ahead, period.
Whether you're into hip hop or folk, there's live music for you this weekend. Or spend a productive Saturday at the Repair Cafe.
The Bay Area Book Fair and independent bookstores galore appeal to the literati, plus Maori culture, a Vogue Ball, and track and field, all on your doorstep.
Berkeleyside has two great new additions on the team, bringing our total number of staffers to eight.
Oakland is the East Bay's top dog haven, according to experts, but the whole area has lots to offer for our canine friends.
[Sponsored] The Bay Area Book Festival put together this cross-section of international authors you can see for yourself this weekend in downtown Berkeley.
Ohlone tribe members are trying to stop a development on Fourth Street. They say the site was home to their ancestors. The developer says no evidence of that has been found.
Messages left on the front of the Elmwood Café make plain how strongly people feel, in differing ways, about its closure. Meanwhile a prospective new owner is on the horizon.
The "Hamilton" star, who came to town this week to support BHS, advised students at his old school to aim for "a rigorous pursuit of being exactly who you are."