Berkeley based CIR gets $1m MacArthur Foundation grant [Chronicle]
Cal frat boy’s “American Idol” dreams come to an end [Mercury News]
Origen review: good promise, some uneven dishes [Chronicle]
Feb. 27 memorial will honor former Cal chancellor Heyman [UCB]
Berkeley shoreline: from reptiles to a park [Chronicle]
Review: Kiraku, a fresh look at Japanese Izakaya [EBX]
BHS freshman attends White House science fair [BUSD]
Molière farce at Berkeley Rep will keep you in stitches [Mercury News]
How infamous Berkeley trafficking case fueled reform [SF Public Press]
Cal seniors give Golden Bears precious mettle [Chronicle]
Police Review Board holds second public hearing [Daily Cal]
Administrators continue to reach out to Occupy Cal [UCB]
Lakireddy sex slave case still haunts survivors [SF Public Press]
Dorothea Lange’s photos of Japanese American internees [BANG]
The City Council heard a sobering report from outside actuary John Bartel at its special meeting on Tuesday night this week.
Plans by Lotus founder and philanthropist Mitch Kapor to build a new home in Berkeley, which have been more than two years in the making, have been put on hold following a court ruling in favor of a citizen group challenging the construction.
At a time when unsettling rumors of impending war seem inescapable, there’s something altogether fitting about a concert presenting two giants of Persian classical music at a West Berkeley center for yoga and meditation. Tehran’s Hossein Alizadeh and Los Angeles-based Pejman Hadadi conclude a North American tour Saturday at the Rudramandir Center on Bancroft Way.
By Ilana DeBare
The atmosphere at Martin Luther King Middle School is normal today, following a fight on Wednesday between two students that sent one to the hospital.
Today, Berkeley joins Los Angeles as only the second city in the nation to provide specific civil recourse for harassed and assaulted cyclists. The ordinance was approved by the Berkeley City Council on January 17th.
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