Travel Tuesday: getting intimate with the Berkeley Bay

It’s a sunny, cloudless Saturday in Berkeley and you’re in no mood to start the morning with a pile of homework. You’ve hiked to the Big C a thousand times, and surrendering yourself to the dogs and Frisbee-lovers of Memorial Glade won’t satisfy that craving for sunshine. Our solution? Check
Read More…

Photo Gallery: Kite Festival

The 27th Annual Berkeley Kite Festival featured professional kite flyers, kite demos, and kite making. The festival was held Saturday June 28th and Sunday June 29th at the Berkeley Marina.

Photo Gallery: Fourth of July

This Fourth of July, crowds from Berkeley, Oakland, San Francisco and all over the Bay gathered to celebrate our nation’s independence with plenty of food, fun, and fireworks. During the day, Berkeley Marina offered live performances, vendors, attractions, and summer sunshine. Later that night, thousands congregated at Pier 39 to
Read More…

Crime in Berkeley: June 23 — June 28

The following is a sample of crime in Berkeley from June 23 — June 28, provided by the Berkeley Police Department. Strong Arm Robbery — Intersection of College Avenue and Dwight Way On Saturday, June 23, at approximately 5:45 p.m., a strong arm robbery occurred at the intersection of College Avenue
Read More…

Dead body found in Berkeley Marina

A body washed up in the Berkeley Marina on Saturday morning. Berkeley police Sgt. David White told Bay City News that police received a report of a body in the water at the marina’s southernmost point at 7:45 a.m. Saturday. Police and firefighters responded soon after and determined that the man
Read More…

Dog shot 38 times abandoned in Berkeley parking lot

When an abandoned dog was dropped off by police at the Berkeley Animal Shelter last month, staff found nothing out of the ordinary. But when she was taken to the Berkeley East Bay Humane Society last week to be spayed, the attending veterinarian discovered something odd: The dog had 38
Read More…