Paper Plus Party Store customer Jed Brown carries balloons down San Pablo Avenue for his daughter’s birthday party. Credit: Ximena Natera, Berkeleyside/CatchLight Tall leafy trees line the section of San Pablo Avenue between University Avenue and Cedar Street. Chain-link fences frame empty lots, and brightly colored murals feature a desertRead More →

Of The Springfield Avenue Partnership: The Springfield Avenue Partnership (SAP) announces the first season of Summer Sunday Jazz Series—a new event taking place at Springfield Avenue Gazebo (1688 Springfield Avenue) on Sundays, from July 31 to August 14. The inaugural event on Sunday, July 31 will feature vendors, poetry readingsRead More →

Make the most of summer at these festivals filled with fireworks, dancing, musical performances, water sports and more. Although the Stampede festivities are over, festival season in Calgary still continues. From cultural and artistic celebrations, to boat races, to continuing country music events, you can continue to enjoy summertime celebrationsRead More →

The total gross value of the i-City Financial Avenue development is RM1.5 billion. DoubleTree by Hilton is part of the development, alongside the Mercu Maybank office tower and more. SHAH ALAM (July 27): I-Bhd’s i-City Finance Avenue is now 30% complete, following the opening of DoubleTree by Hilton in i-City,Read More →

The city will soon announce a long-awaited overhaul of Manhattan’s Third Avenue auto sewer, officials quietly revealed last week. During virtual town hall On Thursday evening, hosted by State Senator Liz Krueger (D-Upper East Side), Manhattan Borough Department of Transportation Commissioner Ed Pincar said the agency is in the finalRead More →

BETHLEHEM TWP., Pa. — At the request of the plaintiff, the Bethlehem Township Planning Commission on Monday filed preliminary/final plans and conditional use submission for 4406 Easton Ave. Andrew Bohl, a representative from Hanover Engineering, told the meeting that the plaintiff — New Jersey-based Highview Commercial LLC — would firstRead More →

Alabama is unrivaled when it comes to the number of significant civil rights sites in the state, and Birmingham has several locations where world-changing events took place. The boundaries of the city’s Civil Rights District, now Birmingham’s National Civil Rights Monument, contain Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, Bethel Baptist Church andRead More →

Community consultation will soon begin on a proposed multi-million dollar improvement to Springwood’s Fitzgerald Avenue Published: July 22, 2022 Share on Planning has begun for Logan City Council’s proposed multimillion-dollar facelift on Fitzgerald Avenue in Springwood, with community consultation expected to begin soon. Proposed additions include a clock tower orRead More →

Frank Gehry’s long-delayed Ocean Avenue project in Santa Monica finally gets city council approval Courtesy of Worthe Real Estate Group To share To share Facebook Twitter Mail pinterest WhatsApp Or After nine years of design changes and updates, Frank Gehry’s Ocean Avenue project has finally received approval from theRead More →

Most little leaguers gravitate to the mound, shortstop, or center field, but Kevin Parada started playing catcher at a young age and couldn’t change his mind. “My mom was like, ‘You know what, he’s probably going to block his first pitch and realize he doesn’t want to be a catcher.Read More →

Nassau Avenue gained another cafe, giving Clever Blend some competition. Kaleidoscope Cafe (151B Nassau Ave.) opened the Friday before July 4. “Our opening day was quiet, but on the weekends we were surprisingly busy,” said Kaleidoscope co-owner and Greenpoint local Adam, who grew up in the neighborhood and went toRead More →

HAMPTON-NORTH HAMPTON, NH — See this new listing in town. wow! Address: 42 Nudd Avenue, Hampton, New Hampshire Price: $989,000 Square feet: 3458 Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 1.75 Listing Description: This home is in a fantastic, sought-after location near the beach and offers hardwood floors throughout, with 5 bedrooms, 2 bathroomsRead More →