In this inventive production, written by Noelle Viñas for Zoom, a young gay Latina pastor tries to hold her congregation together through the coronavirus and a racial uprising.
There are eight animated and five live-action shorts vying for an Academy award this year. Which one will win?
The organizers of a 300-strong rally held Friday in Oakland, three Berkeley High eleventh graders, think schools can do more to educate young people about Asian Americans.
Stand in solidarity with the Asian community; remember the Holocaust; view a mural honoring South Berkeley; join a LGBT+ book club; and join a five-parks scavenger hunt.
There are hints that a local entity may take over from a federal agency, but nothing concrete.
Religious institutions are offering COVID-19 vaccines to their communities in familiar settings.
A subcommittee of the Commission on Civic Privacy has recommended that the practice of displaying easily readable license plates should be discouraged on Berkeley city streets.
Work at the site included a seismic retrofit and maintenance upgrades, as well as other improvements, and was funded by the Measure T1 bond.
During the pandemic, many of us have turned to Charles Fleming’s book about the old Key Route stairways and relished the adventures they offer in numbing times.
Middle school students organized the Sunday event and many of them spoke about the discrimination they have faced.
Jenny Wong, Berkeley’s city auditor, talks about growing up as an immigrant and the anti-Asian hate her family experienced.
Curative, the private company running the site, is concerned about the liability of using volunteers at the Golden Gate Fields site.