Saul’s: Worth more than a nosh in Berkeley (SF Chronicle)
UC Berkeley management prof joins Apple University (Daily Cal)
Theater histories: The Ashby Stage (Theatre Bay Area)
California Writers Club Berkeley branch keeps literacy legacy alive (Mercury News)
Berkeley man fights against diabetes on Facebook (NBC Bay Area)
Former Cal football coach Tedford talks about his dismissal (BANG)
Cal math club president comes out as undocumented (Mercury News)
Music in the Schools series: Crowden School in Berkeley (SFCV)
Flurry of events today in support of One Billion Rising (Patch)
A look back: Landslides close Broadway Tunnel entrance (Mercury News)
Electrical explosion causes brief power dip on campus (Daily Cal)
Circus Oz brings high purpose to Berkeley shows (Mercury News)
A fire in an in-law unit in the Berkeley hills this week resulted in about $30,000 worth of damage, and its cause remains under investigation, authorities said Wednesday.
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Dayna Stephens knows a thing or two about overcoming obstacles. As a standout tenor saxophonist at Alameda High in the mid-1990s, he and a friend took over the jazz ensemble when the school’s band director quit at the beginning of his junior year. Looking for more rigorous musical training, he transferred to Berkeley High his senior year, and quickly became one of the vaunted jazz program’s leading lights. These days he’s one of the most respected saxophonists on the New York scene, and he’s facing a far more daunting challenge than an AWOL teacher.
By Elisabeth Woody
The Berkeley Police Department has confirmed that an arrest has been made following the fatal shooting of Zontee Jones on Feb. 4.
Rillettes are the in-demand appetizer at the home of Brian Johnson and Julie Gordon. Now the pair have turned their skill into Wooden Spoons.
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