The world's longest-running disability film festival, celebrations of Peter Tosh's birthday, songwriter David Berkeley, homelessness resources and, um, the first-ever blockchain-based music festival this weekend.
The ins and outs of Berkeley businesses.
Author Laura McLively's new book features recipes to cook your way through Berkeley Bowl's entire produce section, from common to lesser known fruits and vegetables.
Your first chance to see the Seattle Symphony in the Bay Area, world premiere one-act plays, Native American teachings, 'shrooms and OCD, and more this weekend.
For the next three months, the Israeli avant-pop star is in residence, exploring the Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life’s trove of amulets. Also: other recommended gigs.
Sunday was largely a day of peaceful, uplifting anti-hate rallies in Berkeley, marred at times by pockets of violence.
[Sponsored] See powerhouses Roxane Gay, Lindy West, Ayelet Waldman, Susan Griffin, and more at the Bay Area Book Festival.
There are over 400 events at Cal Day alone this weekend, but you could also taste sake with Berkeley's sister city, go to the Berkeley flea market reopening, and more
Thanks to a $10.1M gift from Taube Philanthropies, the public will have access to the most significant collection of works by Polish Jewish artist Arthur Szyk.
The Nile Project's touring ensemble, with musicians from Sudan, Ethiopia, Egypt, Burundi and Kenya, returns to UC Berkeley Saturday.
If you passed Eric Drooker, 58, on the streets of Berkeley, you wouldn’t guess from his slight build and unassuming manner that he’s a giant in certain circles. Among other things, Drooker is a regular cover artist for The New Yorker, he collaborated with the late poet Allen Ginsberg, and he won the American Book Award for his 1992 work Flood! A Novel in Pictures.
Noah Alper had a long journey, from Cambridge, MA to Jerusalem and then to Berkeley, before founding Noah's Bagels in 1989.