Berkeley Lab’s contract loss threatens Richmond expansion (SF Chronicle)
Gettin’ rowdy and real at Ole Time Music Convention (Mother Jones)
Berkeley start-up Politify is now called Outline (Mercury News)
Snapshots of a blighted future at Brower Center show (Daily Cal)
Bay Area woman could become chair of Federal Reserve (NBC)
Council to consider increasing number of cannabis dispensaries (Daily Cal)
What makes Berkeley public schools so great (InCulture Parent)
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The man charged with killing 24-year-old Dustin Bynum in Berkeley in August was seen near the crime scene before and after the shooting, according to court documents, though no one actually saw the attack.
Sure, San Francisco is a diverse, exciting city with good coffee, but there are several reasons why Berkeley is a more attractive proposal for startups, argues Alex Gourley, in an Opinionator piece published today.
We recently moved our four-person software startup from the Mission district of San Francisco to downtown Berkeley. It’s been a fantastic change and, upon further reflection, I believe there are three mains reasons many will follow us.
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By Eli Wolfe
Jeanne Howard, a resident of Berkeley for over 70 years, died on September 9 in Oakland.
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