What To Do In Berkeley This Weekend – March 10-12

March 8, 2017 Posted by: Mary Corbin

We’re just getting warmed up in Berkeley this weekend, as spring weather starts to show its true colors. We spring forward and meet the Equinox with some great happenings around town. We love the light! What To Do In Berkeley This Weekend #1: Ann Wilson of Heart 8:00 PM / Fri, March 10 The UC […]

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Berkeley’s 1951 Coffee Company Provides Safe Haven

March 7, 2017 Posted by: Mary Corbin

Berkeley has long been known for its progressive politics and social activism and finding ourselves in the midst of the Trump era has many people stirring to action. But, when combined with an innovative entreprenurial spirit and an awareness for promoting social change, we come up with something like this: 1951 Coffee Company, a passion […]

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What To Do In Berkeley This Weekend – March 3-5

March 1, 2017 Posted by: Mary Corbin

This weekend in Berkeley promises to be another great one as March begins. Take in some great visuals, some music and an informative and fun family event at the Hall of Science. Enjoy!   What To Do In Berkeley This Weekend #1: Beneath the Tall Tree 8:00 PM / Friday, March 3 Live Oak Theater […]

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A Fresh Start in Berkeley: An Interview with Dr. Scott Blossom

February 28, 2017 Posted by: Mary Corbin

At the beginning of every new year or change of season, we often contemplate cleaning out, refreshing our habits and renewing our personal goals. At such times, Berkeley offers a gamut of services and practitioners to help us on this path. One such resource is the combined talents and expertise of Dr. Scott Blossom and his […]

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What To Do In Berkeley This Weekend – Feb. 24-26

February 22, 2017 Posted by: Mary Corbin

Our shortest month winds down in Berkeley with some great celebrations including a look at Hippie culture and the Fourth Annual Black History Month Celebration. Get out and explore our great city and all its multicultural offerings. What To Do In Berkeley This Weekend #1: Heart and Soul Noon – 5:00 pm / February 24 […]

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Harvest & Mill Grows Organic Clothing and Social Change in Berkeley

February 21, 2017 Posted by: Mary Corbin

In my stroll to the weekly Farmer’s Market in Berkeley, I smile that I live in a town that embraces the mantra of local, sustainable and organic with regard to food practices. Now, a local company encourages us to take that ethos to another important industry that impacts our lives daily. Harvest & Mill, a […]

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What To Do In Berkeley This Weekend – Feb. 17-19

February 15, 2017 Posted by: Mary Corbin

It’s a long weekend for most of us, let’s get out and enjoy our lovely city. Here are just a few suggestions for making the most of your Berkeley weekend. What To Do In Berkeley This Weekend #1: The Real Americans 8:00 PM / Friday February 17 The Marsh Berkeley 2120 Allston Way, Berkeley Price: $25 – […]

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A Passion for Portraits: Jennifer Graham Photography

February 14, 2017 Posted by: Mary Corbin

Within the city limits of Berkeley and Oakland, the arts and entrepreneurial spirit abounds. In many cases, we are lucky to have them intersect and reverberate. A shining example is the passion and wonder in the work of Jennifer Graham Photography. Building her business over 20 years in photography, Jennifer has discovered that creating business portraits is truly where […]

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What To Do In Berkeley This Weekend – Feb 10-12

February 8, 2017 Posted by: Mary Corbin

We never run out of fun things to do on the weekend in Berkeley with celebrated artists galore. Here is our must-do list for this weekend. Enjoy! What To Do In Berkeley This Weekend #1: The Seven Fingers   8:00 PM / Thurs – Sat, February 9 – 11 Zellerbach Hall, UC Campus College Ave. & […]

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Eonophile Alert: A Brief Tour of Berkeley’s Urban Winemakers

February 7, 2017 Posted by: Mary Corbin

When we think of West Berkeley, we often conjure up a neighborhood hugging the shores of the Bay, the hypnotic sound of the Amtrak line and a place where industry meets residential in an unusual marriage of opposites. Behind closed doors, though, you can take a wine tour extraordinaire and save yourself the drive to […]

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