Berkeley photographer spearheads New Parkway Theater (SF Chronicle)
Triple majors make 27 at Cal noteworthy (SF Chronicle)
Author opens up world of archeology to young readers (Voice)
Sproul Plaza construction means changes for bus riders and drivers (UCB News)
New pizzeria decides “Build” is better name than “A9” (Inside Scoop)
The five-time felon charged in the stabbing death of Jennifer “Jessica” Kingeter was found at the scene of her killing naked and covered in blood with a knife nearby, according to authorities.
ABSENCE MAKES THE JAZZ GROW FONDER – Since it still is winter break for colleges, jazz aficionados have an opportunity to hear four Berkeley High Jazz alumni who have returned temporarily from their studies around the country. The Homecoming Collective – Erik Shiboski, bass; Grant Milliken, vibraphone; Lev Facher, drums; and Nick Lamb, piano; – will play Friday Jan. 4 at the Jazz School at 8 p.m. (more…)
It’s no secret there is a huge income disparity in Berkeley. Data from the 2010 Census Bureau’s Gini Index showed that Berkeley had the widest gap in the Bay Area between rich and poor, according to a 2011 Bay Citizen article.
In the age of instant Internet fame, it is rare to find a truly obscure dining establishment. The Cameroonian pop-up and catering company A Taste of Africa is perhaps one of the few.
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