[Sponsored] Old Damascus Fare and Noodle Girl will be among the booths featured at the Festival's outdoor fair in Civic Center Park this weekend.
[Sponsored] As it enters its fifth decade as a youth soccer club, the newly renamed Spurs FC retains its deep commitment to what gives it its core strength: its coaches, its players and its community.
[Sponsored] Want to understand where our economic system goes wrong? The Bay Area Book Festival provides five works to open your mind.
[Sponsored] Interest in translated literature – often ignored by major publishers – remains high in Berkeley.
[Sponsored] This year is Berkeley Patient Group's 20th 4/20 and it will commemorate the day with significant discounts, a fun 4/20 event and, as always, making a community impact with donations from the week’s sales.
[Sponsored] To understand how East Bay housing will play out in the years ahead, Red Oak Realty created a 'live' map that tracks new residential developments that are planned, approved and under construction.
[Sponsored] Soon, EBI, the only Spanish/English International Baccalaureate school in the East Bay to offer primary and middle year programs, will welcome its first cohort of 6th graders with limited or no prior Spanish.
[Sponsored] The cancelation rate is a real estate metric that's not getting much attention. No one wants an unsold home, yet the number of Berkeley listings that canceled in 2018 increased 60% year over year.
[Sponsored]: Starting in the fall EB will welcome non-French speaking students to a middle school track that offers targeted exposure so they can catch up with their peers and follow the school’s bilingual curriculum.
[Sponsored]: Discover new places and revisit old favorites from a diverse list of more than 45 restaurants offering prix-fixe menus for $20, $25 and $35.
[Sponsored] As it prepares to mark its 19th anniversary on Oct. 31, BPG is doubling down on its mission to provide safe access to quality cannabis and is supporting local efforts to end homelessness in Alameda County.
Sponsored: When a child has dyslexia, ADHD or another learning disability, they often feel like a square peg in a round hole. Bayhill in Berkeley focuses on their strengths.