Students talk about how they feel about their previous and upcoming academic year and share some advice for the incoming freshmen.
With so many restaurants in Berkeley, it’s hard to tell which ones are worth trying and which ones are not. Here is a video that can possibly make that process easier for you.
Berkeley coffee shops are defined by their unique and lively atmospheres. The Daily Cal hits the streets to find out what attracts students and residents to their favorite coffee haunts.
Frozen desserts have always fascinated Berkeley’s community especially during summertime. The Daily Cal hits the streets to get the scoop on how they pick between Fro-yo and ice cream. First off, supporters of Fro-yo share some of their passion for the light, self-served dessert. On the other side, others favor
Artists and craftsmen have defined Berkeley’s community for years. The Daily Cal hits the streets to get the scoop on how they chose Telegraph Avenue as their creative sweet spot.
Put on by the City of Berkeley and Another Bullwinkel Show, the annual 4th of July celebration at the Berkeley Marina offers food, entertainment and fun for families, with free fireworks at dusk. More footage from the celebrations:
Berkeley Unified School District’s Hillside School, closed since 1985, was chosen to be a part of the movie set for Paul Thomas Anderson’s new film, “The Master.” The film features Joaquin Phoenix, Amy Adams and Philip Seymour Hoffman who were alleged to be on set at Hillside School on Thursday
Arts Reporter Belinda Gu interviews the up and coming electro-pop, Aussie band, Miami Horror, at San Francisco’s DNA Lounge.