The joint biography looks at Chester Nimitz, William Halsey, William Leahy and Ernest King.
On Feb. 22 the Cal J-School presents, “Photographer Dorothea Lange and the Berkeley Connection: 40 Years of Lange Fellowship Winners.”
Watch a documentary about restaurant workers; join a conversation about Black Berkeley; learn about botanical art; and explore California’s wilderness.
These Berkeleyans are crafting beautiful messages outside their homes — sharing information and offering hope.
Reviewed: ‘Dear Comrades!’ parallels recent events in the United States, while ’17 Blocks’ follows the life of one DC family over 20 years.
The union needs to ratify the agreement and teachers need to be vaccinated, but more in-person instruction could ramp up by late-March to mid-April.
Sonny Han, owner of Payn’s Stationery on Solano Avenue, talks about survival and his fortuitous decision to install mailboxes before the pandemic lockdown.
“100 years is a long time, but it’s been a rewarding 100 for me,” Horace Whitmore told Berkeleyside this week.
This week, join a Lunar New Year celebration, see local Black artists for Black History Month, join a global book festival, date a shark and more.
Sponsored: The GameStop madness, on the heels of the election insanity, buried in the continuing pandemic, may leave investors not knowing where to seek solid ground.
If you haven’t already checked out the excellent ‘Small Time,’ you still have another week — but the festival has other great movies to watch too.
Whether becoming sick, losing loved ones, or learning to live under quarantine, this past year has brought unprecedented challenges.