Daily Archives: June 24, 2010
Berkeley schools cut back low-income childcare program [Oakland Tribune]
Berkeley Bowl workers decertify union [Daily Californian]
Budget cuts force Berkeley to cut NewsScan program [City of Berkeley]
New “Innovative Leadership” program at Haas Business School gets attention [UC Berkeley]
Berkeley youth arrested for Oakland shooting [San Francisco Chronicle]
Photo: Artists painting mural in Gourmet Ghetto by Berkeley Homes/Berkeleyside Flickr pool
The cyclist who was killed going down South Park Drive in Tilden Park on Saturday June 19 may have been racing down the hill to regain a speed record that he had only held for a week.
“49.3 mph, on a … Continue reading »
Berkeleyside contributing writer Kim Weisberg is looking for a new home to rent. Today, in the third part of an occasional column in which she reveals the dark underbelly of house hunting in our city, she dwells on the unreadability of apartment listings and other misleading information.
When involved in an intense apartment hunt, you will undoubtedly come across some odd listings from time to time. Aside from the misspellings and poor grammar (I’m a snob, I know), there are … Continue reading »
You don’t have to be a lady, or even a club member, to attend.
It’s a wonderful chance to eat good food from The Bread Workshop and hear what various Berkeley residents are doing.
By Jane Stillwater
Recently I met a doctor who told me, “The first thing that I do when I get a new patient is to take him entirely off gluten and dairy for a month. And chances are good that, if the patient takes my advice, whatever symptoms he has will improve.” I also read where autistic children do better without dairy products or gluten.
Okay. I’ve got digestive problems. I’ll try it. It works.
But … Continue reading »
The Berkeley Art Museum-Pacific Film Archive has chosen New York architecture firm Diller Scofidio + Renfro to design its new building in downtown Berkeley. The announcement follows a nationwide search which saw ten architecture firms considered for the project.
DS+R is tasked with transforming the former University of California printing plant at Center and Oxford streets in downtown Berkeley for BAM/PFA, after the museum decided to abandon plans to create a building from scratch. In 2006, the … Continue reading »