They have been a local, independent internet service provider since 1998 and have developed a rabid following because, quite simply, they rock. And I’m not just saying this because they’re giving me money to do so, I’ve been a very satisfied, paying customer of theirs for over seven years now.
This is how Americans can get 400 years of Austrian Brewing tradition, brewed fresh daily in Berkeley
Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 27 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 27 of the finest locally
I am not a NIMBY. I get called a lot of things on the internet, but NIMBY actually would offend me. I detest NIMBYs. They are the biggest problem in the State of California. I really and truly believe that, so what I’m about to say may sound out of
By David Coppin-Lanegen Throngs of people pounded their feet against the stone pavement, their long scarves and long hair dyed wailing, schizophrenic colors. As they danced, Robin Pecknold of Fleet Foxes crooned, his voice blue and blending with the pink-orange sky and colorful people of The Greek, in Berkeley. Formally
I’ve set a new goal to explore every music venue in The Bay Area, even though I’ve been to most due to growing up here. However, there are still surprises and unexplored places. Last week, I attended a show at Ashkenaz in Berkeley and was amazed by its versatility. While
I remember the first time I noticed the “Nuclear Free Zone” signs suspended directly above the Berkeley City Limits markers as you enter town, and I remember finding them peculiar and kind of unnecessary. There are no nuclear bombs or nuclear power plants anywhere near the City of Berkeley, so
After a three year hiatus, Bay Area Dance Week is back! From April 21st-30th, you can take FREE classes throughout The Bay Area in dozens of genres and every skill level. If there’s a dance style you’ve been looking into or you’re just looking to get your groove on, this
I cried. I laughed. I grew starry-eyed in the presence of so many intelligent and dynamic humans under one roof. I cried again. Here are some reasons for action and hope that I learned at Bioneers.