Civil rights attorneys say the law is similar to loitering ordinances that were used to control black residents of the South in the Jim Crow era.
by Darwin BondGraham | Sep 20, 2018
The Berkeley music venue is working to diversify its staff and sound.
by Lou Fancher | Sep 19, 2018
The East Bay has seen a widening gap between rich and poor and the displacement of people who are low-income and of color. But it doesn't have to be this way.
by Kathleen Richards | Sep 19, 2018
Somehow, the thrills are dampened in this portrayal of a famous double axe murder.
by Kelly Vance | Sep 19, 2018
W. Kamau Bell and Next Adventure travel with Bourdain to Kenya.
by Azucena Rasilla | Sep 22, 2018
The night introduced fans to Salt and Soap, with a full-length due next year.
by Madeline Wells | Sep 21, 2018
Long lines and delays were ultimately forgiven thanks to J Balvin's amazing performance.
by Azucena Rasilla | Sep 21, 2018
Growing our power in cities.
by Nikki Fortunato Bas | Sep 21, 2018
by Buffy Wicks | Sep 19, 2018
by Momo Chang | Sep 19, 2018
by Daniel Lempres | Sep 19, 2018
The Berkeley outfit inspired Rancid, but it wasn't around when ska entered the mainstream.
by Aaron Carnes | Sep 19, 2018
Wednesdays-Sundays. Continues through Oct. 21
Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive - Berkeley-UC
Sun., Sept. 23, 1 p.m.
Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse - Berkeley-North
Through Sept. 29
Gray Loft Gallery - Oakland-East