Third annual olive oil festival at The Pasta Shop on Fourth Street, June 4 [Market Hall]
Heart attack, not fall, caused death in Yosemite of 34-year-old Berkeley man [Chronicle]
GOP filibuster blocks court nominee Goodwin Liu [McClatchy]
City approves demolition of west and south branch libraries [City of Berkeley]
Mothers of ex-Cal students held in Iran begin hunger strike [Oakland Tribune]
In February, some people were sitting on a wall in Berkeley when one of them jumped off and accidentally landed on the leg of a puppy, HarleyQuin.
John Vias prowls the streets of our city at night. He has been doing so for years, always waiting until darkness has fallen and the traffic is sparse before venturing out.
One of the most exciting outcomes of the discussion at Berkeleyside’s Local Business Forum in January was the notion that the city had a real chance to establish itself as a hotspot for the burgeoning maker movement. Wired Editor-in-Chief Chris Anderson and Autodesk CEO Carl Bass waxed eloquent of the coming shift to viable, small-scale manufacturing, and about the potential of under-utilized space in West Berkeley.
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