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Bye, Bye Carnegie Innovation Hall

The plan to renovate and reopen Carnegie Free Library has stalled.
December 04, 2019

Juan Lopez Creates Enchanting Mosaics

The muralist turns the tools of his trade to the arts, and his creative mosaics grace public and private spaces in the East Bay.
December 04, 2019

Tuesday's Briefing: Judge's ruling could give housing approval authority back to charter cities; Ghost Ship three-year anniversary

December 03, 2019

All Systems Go at Mills

‘In Plain Sight’ at Mills College focuses on the hidden systems that underlie and override the lives of our overly tech-reliant and even addicted citizenry.
December 03, 2019

Ballet Afsaneh Dances Central Asian Traditions

Ballet Afsaneh focuses its artistic practices on traditional classical and folk repertory from Central Asia.
December 03, 2019

Catch Fantasia at the Paramount

This tour shows a more experimental side of the popular singer, with her breaking out of the R&B chrysalis with a blend of hard rock and melodious soul.
December 03, 2019

OMCA Hosts Burning Man Art

You can see the art from the Black Rock Desert festival right here at home.
December 02, 2019

DePave Park Remains a Nebulous Concept

The idea to turn a paved 14-acre western edge of Seaplane Lagoon into an ecologically-rich shoreline park has fans but nothing has been settled yet because of the looming cost.
December 02, 2019

The Forgotten Revolutionary of Berkeley

T.Y. Chang revered democracy, fought corruption, protested injustice, and left his imprint on Chinese history. It all started at Cal.
December 02, 2019

Margaret Gordon Clears the Air

The grandmother and eco-hero credited with cleaning up the air in West Oakland isn’t done yet.
December 02, 2019