A documentary about ‘America’s Friendliest Hometown’ and one about a family of hunter-gatherers living next to a major European metropolis. Plus: a dash of black comedy.
Laugh with comedians, drink wine with the novelist Jonathan Lethem, learn about Berkeley’s food history, declutter your closet, watch a documentary about maternal mental health.
Jim Manheimer was reunited with his yearbook, which had been at the Berkeley Public Library, after the Wall Street Journal ran an article on the origins of the word “hella.”
He pleaded guilty in federal court to taking information on driverless cars from Google but will no longer face 18 months in federal prison.
Winds reached 40-50 mph Monday night and Tuesday morning, with stronger gusts in the hills.
This week, look through a virtual telescope, party at a digital nightclub, practice gentle yoga, go to a poetry dive, and listen to a podcast about places in Berkeley.
After years of opposition and lawsuits, Cal has succeeded in cutting down eucalyptus trees near campus.
A magnitude 3.8 earthquake shook Berkeley on Thursday morning, according to preliminary information from the U.S. Geological Survey.
If you are a lucky about-to-be millionaire, there are things to consider and things you should do. You also have the opportunity to accomplish good things for society. (Sponsored.)
Please send us 100 words about a place in Berkeley or a favorite memory.
Ten artists have recorded fictional and true stories about a place they love in Berkeley. The public can submit their own pieces.