Cal Coach Dykes means to live in Berkeley (Chronicle)
Berkeley author trio forum benefits Oakland nonprofit (Tribune)
Berkeley considers new strategies for homelessness (CBS)
Café Tibet: intriguing dishes (Chronicle)
A look back: Berkeley Christmas Committee in 1937 (Mercury News)
Opening day delayed for Berkeley High baseball field (Berkeley Voice)
Authorities have announced Berkeley’s fifth homicide of the year, a longtime homeless community member who lived in northwest Berkeley and went by the name “Cowboy.”
A new Safeway and retail development for College and Claremont avenues has gotten the nod from Oakland and a hard-won community consensus after seven long years. We reveal what it will look like.
Come along with Nosh as we explore East Bay restaurants in photographs. This week we focus on Haven in Jack London Square.
Off The Grid, the food truck fest that has been a fixture on Shattuck Avenue in Berkeley’s Gourmet Ghetto every Wednesday evening since June last year, had its last day in that location yesterday.
By Jim Corr
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