Over 320 people signed up for the 77th annual Oakland Christmas Bird Count which uncovered some species in Berkeley that are rare in the Bay Area.
The drill, which will start at 2:30 p.m., was prompted by recent wildfires, including in the North Bay, and may affect traffic locally.
Following a city lottery for slips, 13 boat owners may soon join a small community that considers itself lucky to live where and how they do.
The FBI once described hell raiser Judy Gumbo as vicious, anti-American, anti-establishment and dangerous to the internal security of the country.
Holiday craft and art fairs abound... take your pick, or go to them all. Other picks for the weekend: Islamic art discussed, Shotgun's latest and a string quartet.
The veteran Republican strategist Rick Wilson has an insider's view of Washington and nothing good to say about #45, which has prompted death threats to him and his family.
Berkeley first responders have launched the 2017 Toys for Tots holiday gift program, and are asking for the community's help to pull it off.
Plenty of holiday spirit, from choral concerts to art and craft fairs to winter on the waterfront this weekend in Berkeley.
A group of women who have kept alive a 100-year old Berkeley community organization this week marked its centennial with a gala in the neighborhood where they all live.
While Parkinson’s remains a scary, relentless disease for which a cure has yet to be found, exercise can relieve symptoms that medicine cannot reach.