Cal radiation expert, diabetic finds a way to get his caffeine fix (UC Berkeley)
Berkeley questions value of Alta Bates/Summit non-profit status (Mercury News)
Nokia buys Berkeley’s Earthmine (Chronicle)
Cal officially announces basketball recruiting class (BANG)
“Wilder Times” at Berkeley’s Aurora Theater (Mercury News)
Berkeley made app may help pregnant women worldwide (KQED)
Berkeley A Look Back: Big Game rally a little too stirring in ’37 (Mercury News)
The family of Peter Cukor, killed by a mentally disturbed man outside his Berkeley hills home on February 18, filed a wrongful death lawsuit Thursday against the city.
From the banlieues of Paris to the townships of Cape Town, young rappers have found a voice through hip hop, freestyling over beats inflected by their own rhythmic traditions. But no foreign hip hop artist has created a sound as poetic and personal as Ana Tijoux, the French-born Chilean rapper who gained international prominence with her 2009 album 1977 (which was released in the US by Nacional Records in 2010).
Today sees a thrilling new launch for Berkeleyside and, we hope, an exciting new source of information for East Bay residents on all things edible.
Several dozen people gathered outside the downtown Berkeley post office Wednesday to protest both the potential sale of the building by the United States Postal Service, as well as what they see as the organization’s reluctance to hear the community’s views on the issue.
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