The politics of cooking: a night of edible education at Cal (Express)
Council calls for support for medical marijuana lawsuit (Daily Cal)
Zakhary Mallett, 25, Cal grad beats veteran to seat on BART Board (Huff Po)
Op-Ed: UC Berkeley after Birgeneau (Daily Cal)
Get to know: Supple Integrative Skin Care (Girl Who Knows)
Fueling station using algae biodiesel coming to Berkeley (Equities.com)
John Fogerty’s memoir to include fight with Fantasy Records (Patch)
Poet Jack Gilbert dies in Berkeley (LA Times)
Tedford plans thorough evaluation at Cal (WTHITV)
This story was updated at 4:35 p.m.
Berkeley is making progress but still has a long way to go to meet its goals for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the coming decades, according to a report set to be presented Tuesday night at 5:30 to the City Council. (A live stream of the meeting will be available here.)
A new school has come to the Berkeley hills. The German International School of Silicon Valley (GISSV) has settled into the landmarked Hillside School, a site that for many decades was owned and operated by the Berkeley Unified public school system.
At UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design, women currently make up 57% of the undergraduates studying for an architecture major, and about half of the architecture graduate students.
In late 2004, the Elmwood Theatre — owned at the time by San Carlos Cinemas — closed. I passed the theatre on the way to and from work each day, and, despite the somewhat hopeful message on the marquee (“Closed for Remodel”) I was convinced that the last bucket of spilled popcorn had been swept up there.
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