The 8th annual MLK breakfast celebration highlights a weekend of music, sports and other community events.
Dance in the art museum, a hackathon in a coffee shop, a bluegrass benefit for tolerance, plus tennis and rock 'n' roll.
Find your inner Blues voice, attend the opening of a Thornton Wilder play, 'shut up and dance,' or listen to Bay Area rapper Roach Gigz or the dulcet voices of the Berkeley Community Chorus & Orchestra.
Berkeleyside has found events to entertain you all the way through to New Year's Eve. What are you waiting for?
Holiday fairs, banjos, Israeli singer-songwriters, and a play written by Everybody are among the attractions this weekend.
Your picks: An environmental equity summit, and a number of holiday activities, including a food drive, pottery studio sale, print sale, and an all-day fundraiser for wildfire victims.
A 'sound track for progressives,' a young drummer's birthday, immigrants' rights and Christmas trees on sale. Oh, there's a football game, too.
Besides gorging on turkey.
Lots of events have been canceled because of air quality, but there are still opportunities for those who want to venture from their homes.
The perfect pairing for a politically engaged weekend: Barenboim's West-Eastern Divan Orchestra and the kickoff to United Against Hate week.
Celebrate the influence of enslaved Africans on our musical culture, dance to reggae, catch some jazz interpretations of film tunes, and more this weekend.
What's on? Two family-friendly theater performances, the kick-off of a six-part workshop about racism, a youth-organized concert to benefit migrants and the Berkeley Video & Film Festival.
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.