"When the Napa earthquake struck on Aug. 24, Joshua Bloom had a 5-second warning. That’s because the UC Berkeley astronomy professor likes to tinker." And he put it all into a Gregoire's Box Read all about it in Berkeleyside's "Cal Prof Joshua Bloom make earthquake alert kit Continue Reading
Restaurants & Cafes
Visit Berkeleyside's Nosh to vote! "It’s time to reach some important conclusions in Nosh-land. We want to know where you go to eat what you consider to be the best burger in the East Bay. It’s not like we’re not spoilt for choice: when Berkeleysider Ira Serkes recently Continue Reading
Curious about the real estate market? Want to set up a site for neighbors to communicate with each other? Interested in inexpensive tips to make your home safer in case of a fire or earthquake? Thinking of relocating and need a referral to another great real estate Continue Reading
Do you like coffee? Love coffee? Me too! The first ever Berkeley Coffee & Tea Festival berkeleycoffeeteafest.com is Saturday 24 Sep 2011 9 am to 1 pm at the Hotel Shattuck Plaza in Downtown Berkeley. Want to make the experience even better? Continue Reading
Berkeley's first moveable feast came to the North Berkeley / Gourmet Ghetto neighborhood today, and it was a lot of fun! Saw lots of people we knew, had some great food, and a great time was had by all!. Click on the photo to view my video. Design & Architecture buffs Continue Reading
Looking to buy a light, bright, airy home in Berkeley’s Thousand Oaks Neighborhood? Visit 1661 San Lorenzo Avenue at Sunday’s Open House!
Wendy and Polk Stewart have lived a few blocks away from us in Berkeley's Thousand Oaks Neighborhood for many years. I sat down with them a few weeks ago so they'd be able to tell you what makes their home ... and our 1000 Oaks Neighborhood so special. Carol and I have Continue Reading