Trees must be cut up and put in green plant debris carts or taken whole to the city’s transfer station.
Here are the films that made the greatest impression on Berkeleyside movie writer John Seal in a year when cinema provided a much-needed distraction.
Nature played it both ways in 2020. Devastating wildfires were distressing, but the great outdoors also provided a balm for the anxieties wrought by a challenging year.
The community rallied in a crisis and neighbors supported neighbors. Businesses pivoted and helped health care workers. And a Berkeleyan turned 113.
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District filed a violation against Berkeley Asphalt on Dec. 8 in response to complaints of a “burning, sulfurous” odor.
The Save Our Stages act makes about $15 billion available to independent music venues, theaters and cultural organizations.
A prominent activist, Keller chronicled the communities she was a part of, including Berkeley, telling stories of joy and resistance.
Join an ugly sweater and pants dance party, train your little ones to make healthy food, learn the basics of creating comics with Black Comics Matter — and more!
The volunteer-run group works with local eateries to provide two meals for $10 to those over 60 or self-isolating. This holiday, it will deliver hundreds of free meals.
A coalition of advocates for Berkeley’s homeless community gathered online to sing, pray and demand justice for the unhoused people.
Watch 2 very different versions of ‘A Christmas Carol,’ take a family-fun workshop about ‘The Hard Nut,’ shop a holiday pottery market or take a COVID-19-friendly photo with Santa.
Several festival recommendations, including an excellent 21st-century spin of ‘The Turn of the Screw’ and “Murder Bury Win’ which was shot in Berkeley, El Cerrito and Mendocino.