KPFA listeners want recall of board member [Contra Costa Times]
Counterculture art in “State of Mind” at Berkeley Art Museum [Mercury News]
UC Berkeley student in a coma after fall from frat house [Daily Cal]
Before the break: the highs and hopes of Daniel DeWitt’s life [Patch]
“Land Use” at Brower Center examines pastoral lives [SFBG]
Bicycle friendly business awards: call for entries [EBBC]
Dow Chemical gives $3.5m gift to Cal Chemistry College [Daily Cal]
A two-alarm fire that broke out at 4:02 am this morning in a vacant, mixed use building at 833 Bancroft Way was set intentionally, according to Berkeley Deputy Fire Chief Gil Dong,
Frederick Wiseman has made 37 award-winning documentaries, beginning with Titicut Follies (1967), a stark graphic portrayal of the conditions at the Massachusetts State Prison for the Criminally Insane. Now, after a long career of hard-hitting exposés, Wiseman has gone from one kind of crazy house to another – the Crazy Horse.
The growth of Greenerprinter, West Berkeley’s eco-friendly printer, serves as an object lesson in the risks, twists and turns entrepreneurial businesses need to navigate.
Councilmember Susan Wengraf (District 6) has called a town hall meeting to discuss public safety in the wake of the Feb. 18 murder of Peter Cukor outside his home in north Berkeley. Police Chief Michael Meehan and City Manager Christine Daniel will both be in attendance, as will a supervising dispatcher, and BPD Area Coordinator Officer Byron White.
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