Stanford women beat Cal in Pac-12 basketball in Berkeley (Mercury News)
Berkeley and Oakland gear up for restaurant weeks (East Bay Express)
BUSD approves working group to help close achievement gap (Berkeley Schools Report)
UC Berkeley and East Bay Bike Coalition offer bicyclist traffic school (SF Chronicle)
Berkeley Central Arts Passage unveils its first show (East Bay Express)
Producer uncovers story of California’s early Jewish community (Oakland Magazine)
BUSD to review what to do if armed gunmen enter campuses (Tribune)
A cold front coming through the Bay Area over the next few days is forecast to bring temperatures in Berkeley to near-record lows, according to the National Weather Service. Temperatures on Thursday, Friday and Saturday are expected to plumb the low 30s. The record low for January 10 at Oakland Airport was 26 degrees in 1949. The day’s average low is 42 degrees.
When Ramana Vieira talks about the late fado queen Amália Rodrigues, her brown eyes shine and her voice takes on a worshipful tone. But her star-struck affect doesn’t mean that Vieira feels constrained by Rodrigues’s sanctified status as the embodiment of the convention-bound Portuguese song form, with its anguished disquisitions on loss, heartache and the vicissitudes of fate
Shortly after shuttering its North Berkeley market, food truck fest Off The Grid is popping up in Oakland with a new Friday night gathering at the Oakland Museum of California.
Webb Gustafson — surfer, cyclist, skier, adventurer, comedian, public transit enthusiast and man about town — passed away peacefully in his sleep on Sunday, December 30, 2012.
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