A magnitude 3.8 earthquake with its epicenter just south of Pacifica shook Berkeley at 2:57 p.m. today. A distinct judder passed through Berkeleyside’s office in the Elmwood. The quake occurred on the 105th anniversary of the Great 1906 Earthquake in San Francisco. Did any Berkeleysiders feel anything beyond a mild judder?
[This story was updated on 4/19/11.]
About 15 Berkeley High students joined dozens of other students at Crissy Field on Saturday to raise money for Best Buddies, an international group that encourages one on one friendships between people with and without disabilities.
Like several notable successful businesses, Metro Lighting was launched in a garage. Unlike Apple or Hewlett-Packard, however, the Berkeley company did not graduate to a sprawling corporate campus.
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